Saturday, July 26, 2008

The Framed Jonquils Tile


16 comments:

W. Latane Barton said...

Love this one!! It's so cheerful and reminds me of spring

The Tile Lady said...

I thought you had seen this one...yes, it's a big favorite of everyone who sees it. I hopefully will have an opportunity to do it a number of times.

Brent Perkins said...

I hope you don't mind; I linked your blog with mine.

The Tile Lady said...

I'm thrilled, Brent....good to be connected to someone so talented!

CAB said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog via your Mom's :) I enjoyed looking at your tiles and had been wondering who the "Tile Lady" was from the link on your mom's blog! Stop by our blog any time! If you ever do any TX themed tiles, let me know, I'd love to take a look! I have one that's maybe 6x6 or 8x8 - not sure, it's still in a box somewhere from our last move! I got it at the Huntsville, TX Visitor's Center gift shop a few years back! It has one of my favorite things on it - bluebonnets! :)

CAB
http://oldspillhouse.blogspot.com

The Tile Lady said...

Thank you for posting, cab....and yes, I will love looking at your blog from time to time. I am so thrilled you had looked at the tiles and liked them. I definitely will do some Texas themed tiles, because we lived in Texas those six years (and also lived there twice before in the past) and it's under my skin. Look for some in the future.

It's so nice to "make your acquaintance" on here. I sure love that aspect of the blogging!

Leedra said...

Love the Jonquils. I have a stained glass piece I did. Also a large Tiffany Reproduction lamp of jonquils that I have been working on FOREVER!

You do great work, thank you for visiting my blog.

Steven said...

very nice ! steven

SandyCarlson said...

That's a beautiful tile. You are quite a talented lady.

The Tile Lady said...

Thank you, Sandy! I will have some new work to post coming up in a week or two. There was a break in my working because of a move out of our home and a change in our venue, but soon I do intend to post new tiles often, and even do a "how it's done" series of photos.

The Tile Lady said...

Thank you Steven and Leedra!

Lynda said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog all the way over in Africa :) You are very talented & creative & I loved looking at the photo's of everything you've created !
Lynda, Kilimanjaro, East Africa

The Tile Lady said...

Thanks so much, Lynda!

Zoey said...

Ah, now I see why you are called the Tile Lady. What beautiful work you do.

That quilt block pattern you asked about came from a Carol Doak book, called Simply Sensational Nine Patch Blocks. It is paper pieced.

Jo Castillo said...

This one reminds me of stained glass. Gorgeous.

The Tile Lady said...

Thanks you both so much, Zoey and Jo!