Saturday, April 17, 2010


Well, I got exactly what I was hoping for:

I dyed, waxed, discharged, and overdyed with this exact result in mind and voila: it actually happened!  The picture really doesn't do it justice, as the orange is more orange and the red-violet is more of a magenta, but you get the general idea.

I even like the dewax bath, with all of the wax glistening on the surface

I spent the morning in the garden.........where else?

my poppies are in love with the warm days and the cool nights.......aren't they so cute!!

and look:

I've almost completed the (dreaded) project!   It's been a lot of work, but the results are so great!  I think I will clear the vigorous and damned periwinkle all the way to the Viburnum and then call it quits.  I may plant daylilies there or perhaps a couple of blueberry bushes.  Hmmmmm: what do you think?

It was a beautiful morning in the garden...........can you see the guy in his little kayak?  There's always a lovely cooling breeze off of the lake, which seems to revive me just when I think I can't work another minute!

Hope you're having a great weekend.



Vicki W said...

That is a fabulous fabric!

Teodo said...

Fabric is fantastic and the landscape too.
ciao ciao

Jackie K. said...

OooOOOooooo - marvelous result!

Connie Rose said...


Caroline said...

I think that I want to move in with you. What a lovely view. And I love your fabric. Wow!

Try this url. If it doesn't work we will just give up, but I will keep checking out you great work and wonderful garden as well as the great foods.

Judy said...


that link didn't work either...bummer!

you can email me privately if you want (my email address is in my profiles)

Jeannie said...

I think I have first dibs on moving in with you!LOL! That pool looks so inviting. I am drawing a blank on a new adjective for the fabric - fabulous & gorgeous doesn't quite say it. Your yard is so beautiful. Have a great week.

Elizabeth said...

Wonderful Fabric!!! It must be so very exciting to see it in your midn and then to make it ahppen!!! i would definately put in Blue Berries!!! I wish taht I ahd a sunny spot for them!!!!!!!!

Studio Sylvia said...

The fabric is gorgeous Judy. The garden looks great too.

Margarita Korioth said...

What kind of wax are you using to do your gorgeous batiked fabrics?