Summer

comments: 86

Dahlias1

Green1

Table4

Bouquet2

Fabric1

Garden7

Embroidery3

Table5

Bee6

Yard5

Tea3

Kitters1

Ah, yes. It speeds up now. I remember.

86 comments

Kristy Lawrensen says: July 26, 2012 at 09:48 AM

Yes, I was thinking the exact same thing this morning.:(

Ah, beautiful! Nice way to start my morning. :)

Pure sweetness. :)

Yummy photos, I could eat them up!

Does it? Hasn't it just arrived in our part of the world? How can we make time stetch in the days that do manage to be sunny and warm?
xx

Julie G. in Iowa says: July 26, 2012 at 10:01 AM

The Bee looks so cute sitting in the windows. I hope all of you (Bee included!) are doing well after Violet's passing. *hugs*

Can't believe it's the end of July already ~ the last couple of days it's been really cool here in Portland (not complaining) and I can feel a change coming with the weather. Still loving when it gets warm in the afternoon tho.

your photos just make my day. sheer delight.

Beautiful! Your world must be so wonderful.

Susie Sears Taylor says: July 26, 2012 at 10:14 AM

Love a kitty in silouette in the window.....dark but beautiful. Great backyard.

Linda Dominick says: July 26, 2012 at 10:17 AM

Love the photos. Where did you get the tablecloth?

So true about this time of year!

I love the stitchery. Lovely.

I love the stitching on wool!!! Can't wait to see more of that!! Your photos are amazing! They ALWAYS inspire me..Have a beatuiful..SUMMERY Day!! Oh..and one more thing..can you share where you bought your tablecloth????

I love your backyard. Seriously, I would come house/pet-sit if needed :)

You have such a beautiful and inviting back yard! I'm envious!

MaryKate says: July 26, 2012 at 10:49 AM

Can you please share details on the much coveted birthday wrapping paper on your previous post? Thanks!

Such peaceful pictures. I am trying not to jinx the rest of the summer flying by. I am so happy it is almost over :)
Amy

I love your wild flower posies...so beautiful and simple :)

Erica x

TheButtonAndTheBean

i just want to dive head first into your shelves of fabric. that's not weird, right? :)

You take amazing pictures!!!!

You captured the cloudy summer morning just right. I'm heading off to the Falls to volunteer soon.. that's always fun. Ciao.. Teresa

I see Summer is lovely, where you are.
It's nice here, too.
Sweet.

Beautiful photos! I adore the embroidery, it makes me want to rush out and look for mustardy-caramel colored felt. It's funny how the seasons do this to us: we groove along in all their changes and yet each year we are surprised yet again when they start being their intense selves. (Here it's winter and there's a frost to face today as I head to work). Great post!

I looked at that photo of the embroidery and immediately thought of Salley Mavor's "Pocketful of Posies" - it's my absolute favorite collection of nursery rhymes because of the splendid embroidery on each page. I'm quite sure you have, or someone's mentioned it before, but I suppose I'll think of you now when we read it (which is often).

Everything beautiful there at your home. I know what you mean. I was thinking the same thing. Have a beautiful day. : )

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and I love to make things. I live with my husband and daughter in Portland, Oregon, and design sewing, embroidery, knitting, and crochet patterns. See more about me at aliciapaulson.com

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Since August of 2011 I've been using a Canon EOS 60D with an EF 18-200mm kit lens and an EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens.