Monday, December 23, 2019

The Fourth Frolic

First a bit of Christmassy cheer:
This is Leptospermum "Rudolph", a hybrid tea tree. Nothing to do with tea, and a shrub rather than a tree. Plant names can be very misleading. I love its flowers!

The fourth Frolic installment involves sewing a bunch of sets of triangles together:
Then keeping them together with a bunch of different triangles in the same colours.
Very intriguing!

A bit more garden colour - more gladdies opening this morning:
The colours of both flower pictures are a bit more golden than they should be. Bushfire smoke is giving everything a golden tint today, as well as making my eyes water.

8 comments:

  1. I love the raspberry shade with the pale blue, a lovely contrast.

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  2. Good work getting part 4 done..

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  3. Gorgeous flowers & YeS that's intriguing...
    Merry Christmas...xox

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  4. Part 4 is keeping everyone guessing. Your colours are looking very pretty together.

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  5. Gorgeous raspberry pink tea tree to match your pretty aqua quilt! I am yet to start the Bonnie Hunter mystery but still "thinking" it might be possible this weekend after the visitors leave! Just saw the forcast, three days of 43 :( perfect sewing weather.

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  6. My distant friend, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2020.
    Marie - Czech Republic
    Europe


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  7. Beautiful flowers and love your BH units! Glad to hear you are safe from the fire. Merry Christmas!

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  8. Well done on doing Clue No 4.... What size is the finished HST please?????

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