Hello! I would like to welcome you to join me for lovely walk on a sunny beach … ?!?! hmmmm – that was my thought few days ago, but I guess I wouldn’t have any company today …
I’m happy that I don’t live in that beach house! This is the best I could do to show you what happens outside today. I even got out from the car to get these photos. I hope my camera didn’t drink too much salty sea water.
Here I couldn’t step outside and I know that first day without rain, I am washing my car – salty water is a monster for a car! I hope I could show you a video, because the sea is today so unbeliavable! Beautiful, horrible, amazing, just so fantastic and powerful!
Yesterday morning, just before this storm began, I took few photos. Some of these blocks you have seen months ago. Now I have an idea how they could make a small quilt …
What you think? Can they lead some where or is there going to be only a wall against …
Something else happening on my sewing table, but can’t tell you much about that yet …
These last days there has been going on so much in sewing blogs! I always try to write down somewhere great links i see, to remember them and I have collect several for you.
Katherine and Jane are having a ‘quilt together’ with solids and they have made great posts about colours! There are really good links how you can make colour palettes etc.
If you like to see how beautiful the beach was last week, visit my other blog ‘MAHERIDA HOLIDAY HOMES’ !I hope that one day I meet you here – if you are planning your holidays, have a look on our Holiday Homes and who knows – maybe you come to Crete for holidays!
I hope you have time to visit some of the links because they are really good!
I am linking at ‘Fabric Tuesday’ and they have featured my ‘Parasols’ quilt on the beach! Thank you so much!
Thank you for your visit and all your sweet comments! Hope to see you soon!
Thank you Terri! The sea was just amazing today and it was too bad that I couldn’t take more and better photos! But it was so strong wind and rain that I don’t think my camera could have managed.
oh my teje! thank you for sharing all this with us, and for risking your camera for these photos of the ocean. i love to see the ocean in all its moods, even if it can be a little scary sometimes.
love your quilt blocks, a new table runner?
and thank you for introducing your other blog, where have i been? i have just enjoyed a lovely visit and you know, i can see myself there for real someday! your appartments look perfect and the food, ummm. i’m your newest subscriber!
Thank you so much Lori! I never get tired for watching the sea – it’s always different and mostly I enjoy seeing it like today – with huge waves, those white foams and beautiful colours!
It would be amazing to really meet one day! I think often your coming journey to Africa!
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Those are great photos Teje, we should never underestimate the power of the sea. Your new quilt pieces are looking great…I am in a naming mode again and the name “compass” came to mind!! The pieces look like a pathway with a direction! I hope your storm is over soon.
Thank you for your comment! The sea looks so beautiful but can be difficult to live very close. We are living about 5 km from the sea and that’s good. In 10 min. I’m on the beach and I can see it.
Gosh, that sea is really stirring and churning, isn’t it? Great pictures to capture that force at work! I am also loving your little brown and white blocks… and what a darling bird on your work bench today!! Hope you are keeping dry!
Thank you Linda! The weather was unbelievable yesterday! We have had the most long and cold winter and we are waiting so much sunny days to enjoy outside! I’m happy to hear that you have already spring! x Teje
I love to watch a storm, but from indoors with a hot drink anda log fire!!! Thanks for the photos, I hope the people in that house were ok. Thanks for the links, I’m offto work now, but look forward to visiting your friends tonight
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