Saturday, February 20, 2010

On the kitchentable,

The kitchentable is one of the most importend places in our house,

On the kitchentable...

And this is what you'll see on it today.
(my French plates are on the cover, well not mine of course)

The snow has finaly disappeared and the first crocuses are in the house!

almost spring!

Can't wait for the real ones to come out!

Today I bought a few more fabrics, so now I can choose just the right fabrics for the our springswap

fabric to use for the swap

Are all you swapgirls doing well?
I hope so!
And don't forget to show a little peek on your blog or to send it to our flickr group!



Groetjes



26 comments:

Connie W said...

GORGEOUS FABRICS! I'm waiting to see those little flowers make an entrance too. :)

Poppyprint said...

Those fabrics make such a beautiful stack!! I love the small roses inside the circles - very pretty. Here in Vancouver, where it is supposed to be winter, my garden is full of crocuses and the city is full of orange Dutch skating fans!

Dawn said...

Beautiful fabrics!! And I wonder where my Country Homes magazine is..hmmm has not shown in the post yet. :-)
My spring swap package should go out in the next week and will post pictures. Here it is soooo drab and brown and we mucked out 4 months worth of hay from the sheep barn....PU!!

Marianne@Songbird said...

I bought a FEW more fabrics! Meid dat is een geweldige stapel. Heerlijk al die kleurtjes. Moet een waar genot zijn om daar mee aan de slag te gaan. Veel plezier!

LiLi M. said...

Mmmm heerlijke stofjes! Ik heb net wat tijdschriften gekocht, kan het nog steeds niet laten. Ik vind de combi van je borden met die mokjes (die ik ook heb) echt heel leuk...moet toch maar weer eens op zoek naar (nog meer...) frans aardewerk, hihihi. Fijn weekend!

Meertje said...

Prachtige stoffen!
Rond de keuken tafel is ook voor mij een belangrijke plek.
Groetjes Miriam

GardenofDaisies said...

I love all your pretty blue plates!

Irma said...

Heej Heleen,

Jouw kuikentafel is een prachtplaatje, ik zie bollebuikbekers van Petrus Regout leuk leuk leuk:-)
Je stofjes je servies ik word er vrolijk van.
Wat voor een leuk blad ligt er op je tafel????die ken ik helemaal niet.

Lieve groet Irma en alvast een gezellige blogweek

Christy said...

Picture perfect kitchen. I love your colors and patterns.

Creative Breathing said...

Happy Springtime Peeks! I love the most when you show your beautiful collection of dishes. I realize now that they look like the beautiful calender book you sent me. I am so excited to see the beautiful quilts as they are made. Have a lovely week ahead! Elizabeth

Karen said...

Can you please send me your post adress by mail. I have something I need to send to you.
Just fit your blue and red fabrics/style.

Send the adress to:
klarbaek@vip.cybercity.dk

pamela said...

Heleen, I love the scene you have shown us. So spring like - Ihope it arrives soon!
Please can you help me to find some Dutch wooden cookie molds. We visit Holland each year and this year are visiting near Maastricht. Will I be able to buy them here do you think?

Heleen said...

Dear Pamela, I can't enter your blog or repley your mail. (noreply comment blogger) So send me another mail please?

Michaja said...

wat een leuke nieuwe stofjes heb je!

Heidi said...

The British Country Living is my favorite magazine but I have not been out shopping anywhere I can buy the latest issue. Need to get out and get it. Your plates are beautiful!

Hugs en groetjes ~
Heidi

RosaMaría said...

love your plates!!! they are so beautiful! your fabrics are the best! i love them!

Indigo Blue said...

Lovely fabrics! I have an idea for my swap partner and we have been visitng each others blog. I am off to have a further look atyour blog. I have become a follower so I shall be ableto keep up with your posts.
xx

greenrabbitdesigns said...

I love your plates and your fabric is so beautful!!! :)
Vivienne x

Heidi said...

Gezellig zo'n kijkje in je keuken.... Ik ben hard aan het bedenken wat ik ga maken voor de spring swap, de tijd gat snel........ De stofjes zijn al wel geknipt!

Ik zie mijn naam niet bij de participants staan......

XO Heidi

Karin said...

Aaahhhh, wat een prachtige stofjes op je keukentafel... wil ik eigenlijk ook wel.... stofjes (en zeker die vrolijke kleurtjes) zijn op deze manier al leuk, gewoon om naar te kijken. Heerlijk!
Zeker op deze grijze en regenachtige dag is het fijn om KLEUR te zien!
Groetjes,
Karin

The Hausfrau said...

As always, I love all of your happy and bright fabric!

Arda said...

Dear Heleen,
I love the fabrics you just bought. Did you buy them online or locally? If online, can you please share from which site? Thanks much.

Arda

fabienne said...

well, wonderful fabrics indeed... Did you bought your fabrics on internet ? (sorry my english is bad...)

rebeca said...

Heleen--your table looks lovely and all the beautiful colors from your photos just make me wish spring would come quickly--its been a very long winter.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Beautiful fabrics - so vibrant.

Your French plates are so pretty.

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

My neighbor's crocuses are out, and my daffodils are about to bloom! I wish something hadn't eaten all my tulips!

I find our kitchen table to be a magnet for stuff...all sorts of stuff. It's hard to keep clear!

I can't wait to see what you're making for the swap! :)