Saturday, May 20, 2006

Many Thanks

Thanks to all of you that have visited my Blog in these days!I am happy to indeed this,
encourages me to continue and the to write in English it helps a lot me :)))) I would now like to do something with these fabrics, they makes part of the last swap that I did:))) Anything I already have in mind :-)))) What would you do you?


Maya Madhavan said...

Those are gorgeous fabrics! Nothing specific comes to mind, but I am sure whatever you make with them will be lovely!

Linda_J said...

gorgeous fabrics---it reminds me of all the different colors in water. I am not sure how that would translate to a quilt but they are very pretty.

Tonya R said...

Hi, Simonetta, it's wonderful to "meet" you. Thank you for visiting my blog.

I have been eagerly watching the Giro d'Italia bike race this month. What a lovely country you live in. I was amazed by the beautiful green alps with snow and waterfalls.

Nadine said...

Hi, Simonetta !
Thanks for your visit and msg on my blog....
I would make an "aquatic" quilt, with coral-red fishes appliqued on it.
Friendship threads !

Lily said...

Hello Simonetta. Grazie for leaving a comment on my blog! I have not been to the Dolomites yet, but I am planning to go there one day :)

Your fabrics are beautiful.


Quilty said...

Hi Simonetta
these fabrics are beautiful. As I'm living at the sea I would say you could sew a pattern like Ocean Waves.

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your nice comment.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

What beautiful fabrics - fabric swapping is a great way to fill out your stash. It will be fun to see what you make with them.



Tina said...

Hi Simonetta,
I love all the blues, If I was going to make a quilt out of them I would make a Lone Star Quilt one of my favorites. I hope your having a wonderful week. We are getting ready to start a holiday weekend here in the United States..I look forward to visiting again.

Sølvi said...

You could perhaps make a quilt similar to this one?

And thanks for visiting my blog

Katjaquilt said...

I know what I would do with that fabrics. I'm member of a small quilt guild and we buy quilt instructions on fairs. For the next exibition every member had to draw one instruction and I draw a quilt instruction named 'Sail away'. It's a big sea with applicated sailboats. I already started it, but I only have single rows. I will show a pic in my blog when it's finished or I will show the ufo someday.