Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Blueberry Flan

Take a look at this combination, readers.  Is it not utterly delicious?

Picture lifted with permission from Kathie (who writes a nice blog, I might point out) who seems to be as smitten with these fabrics as I am.

I've already got plans for a block swap using these colors.

Indigo and caramel.  Gorgeous.  Delicious.    Picturing a delicious dessert.  Something like creme caramel or creme brulee or . . . oh, yes . . . flan.  With freshly picked blueberries.  Blueberry Flan.



11 comments:

PS (PSanafter-thought) said...

I've been picturing and gathering some tans and caramels for a blue and tan quilt. The problem is that I love all blues, so I'd have to figure out which ones to leave out.

Pat said...

Those colors are so warm and inviting. Would be a good man quilt.

Always the pot-stirrer-upper, I would add a touch of old school red in there. Not a lot, but just a cherry on the sundae.

I heard a rumor that there is a birthday being celebrated, near Philadelphia. If so, many birthday blessings to the birthday babe!

Nicole said...

Those fabrics are so lovely. Beautiful combination.

KimQuiltz said...

Oh my, Miss Nancy, oh my! They ARE absolutely delicious!!!

Chookyblue...... said...

love the fabrics.........

Gretchen said...

Ooooooo what a combination! One of those why-didn't-I-think-of-that thoughts followed by a I-wanna-play-too moment.

Lurline said...

Gorgeous fabrics, Nancy - and oh, your 'reach out' button - I definitely have to have that - how feelgood!
Hugs - Lurline♥

AnnieO said...

I'm a fan of indigo and caramel too! The contrast is not in your face but just complementary enough to sparkle a bit.

Guenveur in Kent said...

Go grab yourself a piece of birthday cake; you seem a bit food obsessed at the moment. According to my Rainman daughter, who sems to know the birthdays of thousands of people, today is your day. Happ, happy!

Serena said...

yummy! I liked the Indigo Pewter and Honey collection too.

altar ego said...

Well, now you've gone and made me hungry! Can't wait to see what you do with these lovelies.