Wednesday

Adding some flowers


I'm adding some flowers to my garden today, it's not big but it's growing.

I also wanted to share with those of you who like to knit,
this new Icelandic website called Knitting Iceland
It looks very interesting and it is in Icelandic, English or French.


Some pictures from Iceland,



An old little church, called Núpstaðakirkja, not used anymore, but it is cute.



The organ inside the Church




Núpsstaðir
In the old old days people used to live in these houses.
No electricity, No running water, No heat,

Thank God it is the past.

Happy stitching

Paula






16 comments:

Gerda Hartman said...

What a lovely little garden is growing over there.

Brigitte said...

You have wonderful flowers growing. I love that shade of colour you are using between the flowers. I also love the pictures of Iceland.

Kate said...

Hi Paula...Your flowers look so pretty,and your garedn is looking beautiful.Thank you for sharing those lovely photos...Kate xx

Melody said...

Your pictures of Iceland are fascinating and your hexagon quilt is delightful

Mascha said...

Your flowers are very beautiful.

katrien said...

lovely flowergarden.

Birdie said...

Very nice, it must feel good to see your quilt growing. I love the picture of the little houses.

Cottage Tails said...

Your garden is stunning.
I enjoyed seeing the little houses. Are you able to go inside?

Love Leanne NZ

ELP said...

Oh my your garden quilt is beautiful. This will surely be a family treasure when completed.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Your garden quilt is beautiful and will be a treasure when you are finish. I have a ways to go.

I just joined, one flower Wednesday a month ago so I have only made 6 of them. I plan to take this portable project with me to work on when we go for a long weekend trip to Galena, Ill. ----if I can keep my eye on them instead of the beautiful countryside. The leaves should be at their peek by then.

I will visit you again. Thanks for sharing your lovely pictures of the Little Church and grass houses. Yes I think we are very lucky to live the way we do today. But they did know what they didn't have. But--- we would today.

:) Carolyn

toni said...

So beautiful, both the quilt and Iceland. toni xxx

Narelle said...

I really like your soft pink pathway.

Joan said...

oh I love the set of your hexagons - makes me want to unpick mine and start again...I do like your blog too :)

Sandra said...

Your flower garden is so pretty! I especially like the color you chose for the pathway. I'm currently trying to decide if I want to finish all the flowers first, or make the hexies for the pathway and connect the flowers as I go. Do you have any advice/suggestions?

Karen said...

Pink is so, so nice between your flowers Paula. Wonderful photos of the church and houses. I do enjoy seeing things like that.

Jane in Wales said...

I love your pictures of the houses and the church. And your flower quilt is lovely. I have also started making some flowers.