I know, I know. June is half over and I am just getting around to posting my June kitchen window.
I fear my other wing, the right one, is in the process of freezing and I am trying to rest it as much as I can. Ugh!
Anyway...my June window is a salute to the sea.
The ship print is by Kolene Spicher. I have several of Kolene's prints and many have a nautical theme. If you glance through my window you can see a wonderful whale print over the mantle, also one of Kolene's.
I love brown and white shells...polka dots, checkered and stripes!
I finally broke down and bought a conch shell in Key West last month. Knowing we probably won't be visiting the island again any time soon, I had to bring one of these beauties home. My grandmother always used these shells as door stops.
Hope your June is rolling along smoothly. I have been doing a bit of hand sewing...working on Halloween and Christmas for my friend's shop. Hooking is out for now, but I do enjoy pulling a needle through some cloth and having a little witch or angel appear.
Have a great week!
Enjoy the day,
Hi Robyn! A great June window - neat ship picture and whats not to love about shells! JaneReplyDelete
I love your June windowReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about your other wing. I hope you can rest it and recover quickly.ReplyDelete
Love your June window. What a wonderful ship print.
hugs, enjoyed the window!ReplyDelete
loved the shell!
Such a lovely window, my friend!! I can almost hear the ocean from that gorgeous shell!!! My two granddaughters just LOVE shells!!! So pretty!
So very sorry to hear about your other arm too!! I am glad to hear that you are still able to do some stitching though!!! Hoping it heals soon!!! I am nursing a very sore foot.....not sure if it is fibro or strained from using an exercise machine! Maybe a bit of both!! Resting it and hooking are both good medicine!!!
Take care and enjoy your week!!
Warm Hugs to you and Annie~
Now I know what's been wrong with my life. I haven't changed my kitchenReplyDelete
window. Without your prompt it doesn't happen! I'll work on it today.
I only have a small space but I do enjoy playing with it. June is wonderful
and quite a change. Glad you can stitch a little. I hibernate during the hot
months and work on Christmas presents. Hope the wing gets better. Julia
Always look forward to your monthly 'window' theme.ReplyDelete
Love this one - we spent many a vacations at the ocean so this was very pleasant and serene for me to see....thank you.
Hi Robyn, love the June window vignette. Beautiful shells, memories of the beautiful ocean.Blessings Francine.ReplyDelete
We looked at your blog this evening , Loved all the pictures.I agree with Annie love the angels I'll have to look for someReplyDelete
Love, Peggy And KIM
What a beautiful compliment to me to be part of your monthly window with my ship print. I loved your patriotic window, too. I love Susan Daul's workmanship! Thank you.ReplyDelete