Wednesday, December 2, 2009

bite into a rainbow...




I was hungry for some color. I've been working on a project that has non... for a while... and I needed a fix... thus this pattern. I think it could grow up to be a paper napkin or a tea towel... what do you think?:)

17 comments:

Khristian said...

ooh, love love! really love the dark ground and the last one on the green feel tres retro! very cute!

Cerise said...

Have you ever thought about making your patterns into digi scrapbooking kits? They are really inspiring.
Although I would love to sew up something for my sister with the black background.

carolyn Gavin said...

i love the little creature peaking out from there!
so cute.

salli s. swindell said...

luscious colors! beautiful...it can grow up and be anything it wants to be!

Lara Brehm said...

i love the second and last one, the colors work just perfectly well together!!

Jane Foster Blog said...

I love it!!

Guusje said...

gorgeous!

Wendi said...

Oooh - these would make lovely tea towels!

Nina said...

Really lovely - just like a summer fruit salad picnic!

sinnlighet said...

Your blog….mmmmmm! Love love love & like!

Agneta from Sweden

ivy said...

i would love to see this in an oil cloth fabric to make a reusable lunch bag.
so cheery & happy---love your work!

Susan E said...

These make me smile. I'll just have to try it. Thanks so much for sharing.

Darby Bayly said...

G O R G E O U S !! I love this. I want to sew with it and eat it!

SewLindAnn said...

I just found your blog from the fabric peek at True Up. I absolutely love the line and cannot wait to get my hands on some to sew with!! I was browsing some older blogs and love the rainbow bites. They should be fabric too!

April Rhodes said...

I want it to grow up to be fabric (yardage)!!! It's precious and I can imagine making so many fun things!

jay anderson said...

Hi Helen - what a lucky find! I love your content and work. I have included this entry in my blog as it was just what I needed for dark January days!
http://www.alifelighter.blogspot.com
I hope you don't mind!

Anonymous said...

Pretty nice place you've got here. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything that is connected to this matter. I definitely want to read a bit more on that blog soon.

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