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Monday, June 29, 2009

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Koi Farm


Today I went with friends to visit a Koi farm i was enchanted with all fish swimming , so peace full .

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Sister Quilt

My sister quilt final finish and I hope she liked I think looking very nice on end i love it .

Monday, June 22, 2009

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Machine making Socks


Machine Knitting


Ribber band tension 6

start with 78 stitches knit 3o rows put all needles on maine bed.

knit 50 more rows for leg length tension 8 on sides leave one needle not knit position before the last stitch for you to be able to chain the open seam with the tool. after the 5o rows . start to make the heel ,partially knitting.on right side of sock when you do the next sock do on lefty side . after that knit 55 more rows for making the length of foot , again do partially knit until you have the point , end with wasting yarn ,take off the machine, crafting the stitches.

take a hour to make a pair of socks

properly wool yarn for socks.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Bird

This morning many small birds around I just put a plate with water on my veranda and they come to play there

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Doodle

 Katrina work she love to draw anything and doodle  she all ways busy with her art .

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

10 Of June Day of Portugal



Happy Anniversary Portugal . Parabens a todos os Portugueses neste Dia de Portugal .

portugal

Flag of Portugal

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flag of Portugal
Flag of  Portugal
UseCivil and state flag and nationalensign Civil and state flag, national ensign
Proportion2:3
AdoptedJune 30, 1911
DesignA 2:3 vertically striped bicolor ofgreen and red, with the lessercoat of arms of Portugalcentered over the color boundary
Variant flag of  Portugal
UseWar flag War flag
Proportion12:13
AdoptedJune 30, 1911
DesignAs above, but evenly striped (1:1) and with the greater coat of arms, displaying a white scroll with the motto "Esta é a ditosa pátria minha amada"("This is my beloved homeland"), taken from Os Lusíadas, III, 21, v. 1

The flag of Portugal is a rectangle-shaped vertical bicolor featuring a field unequally divided into green, on the hoist, and red, on the fly. The lesser version of the national coat of arms (armillary sphereand Portuguese shield) is centered over the colour boundary at equal distance from the upper and lower edges. Portugal officially adopted this design for its national flag on June 30, 1911—replacing the one used under the constitutional monarchy—after being chosen, among numerous proposals, by a special commission whose members included Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro, João Chagas and Abel Botelho.

The new field colours, especially green, were not traditional in the flag's composition and represented a radical republican-inspired change that broke the bond with the former religious monarchical flag. Since a failed republican insurrection on January 31, 1891, red and green had been established as the colours of the Portuguese Republican Party and its associated movements, whose political prominence kept growing until it reached a culmination period following the Republican revolution of October 5, 1910. In the ensuing decades, these colours were popularly propagandized as representing the hope of the nation (green) and the blood (red) of those who died defending it, as a means to endow them with a more patriotic and dignified, therefore less political, sentiment.

The current flag design represents a dramatic change in the evolution of the Portuguese standard, which had always been closely associated with the royal arms. Since the country's foundation, the national flag developed from the blue cross-on-white armorial square banner of King Afonso I to the liberal monarchy's royal arms over a blue-and-white rectangle. In between, major changes associated with important political events contributed to its evolution into the current design.


Portugal

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Portugal

he flag of Portugal is a rectangle-shaped vertical bicolor featuring a field unequally divided into green, on the hoist, and red, on the fly. The lesser version of the national coat of arms (armillary sphereand Portuguese shield) is centered over the colour boundary at equal distance from the upper and lower edges. Portugal officially adopted this design for its national flag on June 30, 1911—replacing the one used under the constitutional monarchy—after being chosen, among numerous proposals, by a special commission whose members included Columbano Bordalo PinheiroJoão Chagas and Abel Botelho.

The new field colours, especially green, were not traditional in the flag's composition and represented a radical republican-inspired change that broke the bond with the former religious monarchical flag. Since a failed republican insurrection on January 31, 1891, red and green had been established as the colours of the Portuguese Republican Party and its associated movements, whose political prominence kept growing until it reached a culmination period following the Republican revolution of October 5, 1910. In the ensuing decades, these colours were popularly propagandized as representing the hope of the nation (green) and the blood (red) of those who died defending it, as a means to endow them with a more patriotic and dignified, therefore less political, sentiment.

The current flag design represents a dramatic change in the evolution of the Portuguese standard, which had always been closely associated with the royal arms. Since the country's foundation, the national flag developed from the blue cross-on-white armorial square banner of King Afonso I to the liberal monarchy's royal arms over a blue-and-white rectangle. In between, major changes associated with important political events contributed to its evolution into the current design.


Happy Birthday Lori

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