Come, let us have some tea and talk about happy things.
Lol! You crack me up. Geee they must have used pretty big bowls for those crop circles in the UK. Your peacock plate is just beauitful Bev.
I love that peacock bowl, very precious for a crop circle template. I would be terrified, in my clumsiness, of dropping it. Eeeeeeeek!Cath@ Bits 'n Bobs
Is that how crop circles are made... it is a pretty bowl perfect for lollies!
Your bowl is so beautiful. The lollies sound good too.
pretty bowl and you gotta love something that has multiple purposes.... quilting coming up beautifully....Hugz
And there I thought you were going to offer us some lollies. The bowl is very pretty!
where have the lolies gone ;o)
Lovely bowl and a very handy one too.
One way of getting the most out of our bowls. The colors in the bowl are very pretty. A great color pallet to work with.Happy Days to you! It is the first day of Spring here and I am ready for it.
Way to go. I often head into the kitchen to look for just the right circle. Your bowl is lovely.Have fun hand quilting.
That is a cool looking bowl, multi-functional too. Fun way to make crop circles on your quilt project, which is gorgeous. Love all the rich colors, and the dimension the circles are going to add.
Nice bowl Bev...and gorgeous colours too!!!
Love the pretty quilt!I have been know to use my small saucers and bowls to get that perfect circle! LOL
Hello! I'm new to your blog..and I love it! I have to ask...how does hand quilting work? I'm new to the quilting world :) where do you tie your knots for your thread..or how to you hid them? :)Anyway..thanks for stopping by my blog and thanks for posting a picture of that beautiful peacock bowl!
That peacock bowl is lovely! I just love color, so the bowl appeals to me, and so does your quilt!
So glad to see I am not the only one who raids the kitchen cupboards for sewing utensils..Lovely quilt and gorgeous bowl.
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