Saturday, May 30, 2015

Farmer's Market, summer color, Liberated Quilt Making II

Gwen Marston's book, Liberated Quiltmaking II

 I'm working through Liberated Quiltmaking II by Gwen Marston. I finished this top in batiks, a study on the log cabin block, I chose a four square center. I'll keep you posted on my next project from the book.
It's Saturday, time to have an adventure, colorful, if at all possible, right?! The Folsom Farmer's Market! Gorgeous veggies, fruits and flowers were everywhere. We got Thai basil and lemons for pesto and tangelos for fresh fruit, I love that citrus smell.
 Remember to visit your local farmer's market, a great way to spend a Saturday morning!


Pamela said...

Beautiful quilt top. I wish we had a farmers market here.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Definitely colourful - both quilt and market. Ours opened a couple of weeks ago and we haven't had a chance to check it out yet.

Karen said...

I do love the Farmers markets you have in the US. I have visited a few of them and they are always much bigger and more enticing than any I have seen over here. I saw some grapes in San Francisco that were almost the size of tomatoes!! I guess it's the climate that makes the difference.

Janie said...

Yes, Karen, Farmer's Markets are fun and good color inspiration too. Have a great day and thanks for your design and embroidery classes, lots of inspiration there too! .