Tuesday, September 28, 2010

New Linocut and Autumn

Doesn't this paella look so yummy!I saw it at the St Gely market on Saturday.

Olive trees- still looking at how I might make an olive tree quilt- i love the shapes of the branches


The last of the grapes of the season- most of them have been harvested.
Yes that is my trusty friend the dog, on our daily walk this morning- she sat to wait for my whilst i took yet another photo  of Pic St Loup.
And last but not least- I have made a coqueclicot linocut- still playing with that idea, but it's getting there .

I have some  new books available of 72 More Ways- the french and coloured version- the cost is 30 euros inclusive of postage. I you are interested email me and I will sign your copy.

6 comments:

Radka said...

I can see what you mean about the olive tree! I admire and envy people who can design their own quilts:)

Vicki W said...

I love your new lino! I am still working on my 2 part Cardinal stamp. I almost have it the way I want it!

LC said...

I like your Olive tree photo. My GD had me do a Japanese Cherry tree. I used Ruth McDowell method, had to hunt for months for the right fabric. It turned out well and makes me want to do more trees!

Elsie
http://elsiequilts.blogspot.com/2010/08/so-excited.html

Shirley Goodwin said...

Love thre linocut! Most of my craft plans have gone out the window since I got home. I'm struggling to make ends meet so have decided to sell my house and move - if only I could find a buyer!

Monique 78 said...

Love your linocut. And the pics of the tree, the grapes, Pic St Loup and even the dog remind me so much the country I love. Thanks

Chris said...

I googled coqueclicot and your blog has the second and third matches