Monday, January 01, 2007

Haiku: New Year

Later this month I will be going to the New Zealand national Quilt Symposium. It's time to go over my class needs lists. For one class in particular I have to pre-cut many strips of cloth, so that I arrive ready to start sewing.

It seemed a good way to start the New Year.

shifting patterns
cloth of many colours
- a new year begins


For more haiku on the theme of New Year go to onedeepbreath

16 comments:

Michael K. Althouse said...

My first comment of 2007 goes to you Catherine,

courtesy of Michele!

Mike

Anonymous said...

From random color, comes a blanket of cloth.

Happy New Year.

Susannah Conway said...

Happy New Year Catherine! xo

Michael K. Althouse said...

Back from Michele, but now I have a new post up...

Goodnight~

Mike

Deb R said...

A quilty haiku - cool! :-)

Happy New Year, Catherine.

Anonymous said...

What a great way to start a new year! Sounds fun.

Crafty Green Poet said...

A new year quilt - lovely!

Anonymous said...

Your new's year quilt of words is beautiful. Hope it's a wonderful year for you.

Roswila said...

Oh, how marvelous! And Happy New Year.

Becca said...

This reminds me of my great grandmother's quilt squares bag - how lovely!

May your new year be colorful!

Julie said...

This brings back memories of workshops my mother has attended. Happy sewing!

Anonymous said...

what a wonderful way to start the New Year...fantastic and original haiku!
enjoy the symposium...can't wait to hear all about it.

Kay Cooke said...

It's been great having another kiwi writer / poet along on the blogger-ride Catherine! All the best for 2007. You have a lot to look forward to with your trip to Scotland - and the Quilter's Conference later this month. Enjoy! And I look forward to hearing all about both.

Anonymous said...

I loved the simplicity this. Really lovely.

get zapped said...

This is very uplifting! Good luck and enjoy.

Peace~

Tammy Brierly said...

If I could I would love to quilt. It's very much like a piece of art and I hope you enjoy your creation. Happy New Year!