Blake got a new toy.......for the garden, you know :-) He says it is because I wanted it. Right!!
On Saturday my niece and her friend came up and we spent the day at Scott's Flea Market. I always have lots of fun there, and never fail to find something I can't live without. Faye brought me this pretty geranium.
Ann Lynn, Sandy and I went to Opelika, AL......again.....on Friday, but to a different place this time. We went to a great yarn, weaving, spinning shop, Yarnhouse Studio. They had gorgeous yarns and couldn't have been more welcoming. I will be going back there.
I continue to work on the red and white towels at Ann Lynn's:
And on my rigid heddle loom at home, I am working on a scarf using Noro sock yarn and Perle cotton:
I have been plagued with a sweet tooth lately.
This is a little wool bag that I made as a Christmas gift......I gave it away without photographing it, but my friend had it with her at hooking the other night, so I quickly snapped a photo. Sharon, one of the Sew Crazies, taught us how to make the bags with quilting fabric, and I just winged it with the wool applique.
The stitchery and frame I showed you in a previous post are now done and ready to hang.
I am sure that this is more than enough for everyone!!
A day spent with friends Hooking and sharing.
Spring flowers.....and the surprises you find in your yard.
Fresh air circulating through open doors in the house.