April 27, 2013

Scatterday - today is L

Today's post is brought to you by the LOVELY Letter L.

..and the Categories are
Sky
Purple
City
A Lap Quilt

So here we go......

A few weeks ago I went outside to observe such a Luminous SKY.. I just had to grab my camera and start shooting.
(I am sure the neighbours thought me quite Looney, but then I suppose they are used to it!)




For our next category DS#2 happily brought out his collection of PURPLE Lanyons from the events he has attended at Monash University during the time he was a student there.
(He has attended a LOT of events.)


Hmmm.. CITY was proving to be a bit of a Lost Cause until... I remembered that DD had visited Launceston.
It is the second largest City in Tasmania (after Hobart) actually it is the 9th largest non-capital city in Australia.  I have not yet had the pleasure of visiting Launceston - but it is on the LIST!
This photo is of the beautiful Cataract Gorge with the City in the distance.


And once again, from the Sewing Room - Lap Quilt. 
I designed and made this quilt for the sheer fun of it!  I had the feature fabric - Bookworms in a Library -in my stash for a bit, and when I came across the perfect Bug fabric to go with it, I just had to have some.
So there you have it - A Library Themed Lap Quilt that ticks all the boxes for Long hours of play and Learning.


I hope you have enjoyed your visit.
Tune in again - same time same place to see what I can come up with for the letter V.




6 comments:

  1. Beautiful sky!

    "Snap!" for Launceston, although I actually have been there quite a few times, on holidays and on business trips.

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  2. Hi Wendy

    You have a great selection of "L's", well done.
    And I can proudly say that this Kiwi has been to Cataract Gorge, Launceston. In fact we had a two week holiday and travelled right around Tasmania.

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  3. LOVE your LAP quilt! Lucky you, to get that Lovely picture of the sky!

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  4. Beauitful sky. Great takes on the subjects. Love the quilt.

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  5. Enjoyed your L's. I saw a collection of over 300 lanyards, great weight around someone's neck. Launceston, been there and never thought of it, a truly lovely place.

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  6. wow Luminous.......love it.
    I did not know what a lanyard was till the Bendigo SCQ retreat a few years back. And glad someone else loves the gorge...no idea where my real photos are, had to steal the one I used.

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