S P R I N G
Time to try, taming the terrain.
Following winter our wooded lot is always wild and wooly.
Lots of weeds, invasive vines
and forgotten friendly faces, needed digging up.
Much mulch to be moved.
Three truck beds so far and more to come.
After the first couple days,
starting to notice, some surprising sprouts.
Including . . .
post planting poison ivy rash, picked up in the process!
These hands & body, are ready to return to my desk/drawing table job.
Speaking of wooded lots . . .
Posted This Week,
WOODSY WONDER artist fabric samples on Our Etsy Shop!
Rosemary B here:
Best wishes for a great day of gardening today.
I just emailed my mom and dad and informed them of my plans today. They can have a day of peace and quiet after the family gathering yesterday. I am going to tackle my largest garden today. clean up after winter is always a huge undertaking, so it is good to break it up. Yes, we have mulch too. Your fabric is gorgeous. I am gonna have a look at the whole stack this afternoon as my incentive to “get it done”
Me again 😛
I love the panel. Do you have anymore of that? Or is this entire collection soon to be coming? Jeepers, so cute.
Okay, I am really going outside now. It is 62º here!
Hello There – I was just about to write you. We will be adding the panels this week. There are two, a book and a large patch panel (pictured on paper).
I’m so sorry that I have not thanked for the wonderful fabric that you sent me. Your Challenge 2015 was a lot of fun and I hope you will offer it again.
I work in my husband’s Tax Office so there is no time to sew until after April 15th. I can hardly wait to use your beautiful fabrics.
Hi – I understand and very glad you took the time to participate. Our last three months have been so busy as well. Thanks Letha.