In the continuing series of flowers from our garden, here is Siberian squill (scilla):
This kangaroo paw plant is just getting started:
and the nasturtiums are going nuts:
This is a new flowers for the garden, a Parry's Hybrid Crowea:
Up this weekend: a little housecleaning and a lot of crafting!
I want to take a quick trip to the quilting store to scope out border fabric for the commission quilt. I have an idea of what I want, but I want to see the options.
I want to stash dive in my charts file cabinet to see whether I can find the cross stitch version of the Santa Fe #5 needlepoint canvas. I know I bought one, but I don't know if I still have it, given that it was at least 10 years ago if not longer. Regardless of whether I find it, I plan on starting the canvas this weekend.
I'm going to pack up Tucson Twilight and put it away for a while. I just can't look at it right now.
And then there are the two handspuns I have in process. I should be able to finish at least one of them this weekend.
So looking forward to that extra day off!
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