Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Late Breaking News

This just in: The extreme Texas heat resulting in seemingly endless days of 100 degree plus temperatures has resulted in what can only be described as a freak of nature.


A once vigorous though non-producing Peach tree has apparently sprouted a crop of hand dyed and patterned pillow covers.


Stat tuned for further details as they become available.

27 comments:

jannza said...

Wow, would you mind sending me some seeds from that tree! I'd be oh so happy to plant one in my yard. : )

Beautiful and colorful....just like summer.

BB said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! Your talent for colors and patterns (and the sewing machine) leave me speechless.

marLou said...

Gorgeous and beautifully photograph!

Terriaw said...

While I'm not envious of that extreme heat, I AM envious of the fruit on that peach tree! These little minis are so gorgeous. I love love love them - so festive and fun!

Ashley said...

North Texas is catching up with Austin in the triple digit department, so I know how you feel! I admire your productivity and creativity. I have been dragging lately.

Lisa said...

So pretty! It's like seeing a parrot in a tree! All those unexpected colors.

Andi said...

So beautiful. Even better than peaches (which I also adore).
Andi :-)

Uma dona babada said...

A huge laugh from Portugal!!!
What an amazing tree you have there, wouldn't mind one of those...
I love the pillows, they are so colourful!!! I hope everyone has sweet dreams :)

beth said...

Too CUTE! thanks for the inspiration!

ger said...

Enchanting summer flags (even to a heat hater like me)...

Pink Stitches said...

I want one of them peach trees in my garden! Fantastic work and as always great photos :o)

sewtakeahike said...

I'd love to have a peach tree like that in my yard! I love them!

susan said...

what a magical tree!!!! everyone needs one of these in their back yard. still waiting for your book on batik! we havent hit above 75 this summer. this a.m. when i got up was in low 50s.....

Lily Boot said...

my! my! that certainly is a wonderful side effect of a heat wave! They are glorious - what wonderful colours you have used. :-) Wishing you a cool spell - who knows what you will find in the trees then.

Jackie said...

I wish my trees sprouted that type of crop! I would just sit under it all day long. Love them all!!

Anonymous said...

beautiful and inspiring...thank you for sharing :)

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jacquie said...

now that's my kind of fruit! fruits of your labor!!

jude said...

you are too much!

Kat said...

Wow! These are so cute! :)

Miaou said...

These are beautiful - mind you if they did really grow on trees then we wouldn't appreciate them as much as we do!

shelia said...

goodness! first time to you site. LOVE LOVE LOVE those bright and colorful quilts YUMMMMMMMMMMM

Cheryl said...

I love, love, love the pillow covers! How beautiful up in those trees!

trixi said...

I really love your colour and material combinations. When you see them you can't help but look again and think wow.

Millie said...

Great pictures....lovely lovely!
Please sent me some of those quiting seeds here in Lake Jackson.

ivyarts said...

What kind of fertilizer do you use? I never get anything so beautiful from my peach trees, not that a sweet juicy peach isn't beautiful.

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