Just enough to have to make everything fresh and white, but require shoveling.
Our mild temperatures will have it all melted away tomorrow afternoon.
Under all the snow are peonies, tulips, lavender and lilies - all waiting for spring.
|My kitchen window|
In the meantime I'm doing a but of indoor window sill gardening. The hyacinth are an assortment of pink, white and purple.
I didn't force the bulbs, rather bought them at the flower shop already sprouted. My master gardener friend works miracles with bulbs. She had a dedicated refrigerator for the process. Very impressive!
|Block Three Month Two|
Back Basting Prep and Fabric Audition
The other kind of indoor gardening I've been doing is floral appliqué. This is the February block I had in process last year. You can get yours HERE.
Month two also includes the quilting design for the alternate block.
I have not been keeping up with my planned blog posts. We do have a new pattern that deserves it's own post. Next week I'll include pictures of my antique pieces, including the original this new pattern is based on. It is in the hand quilting frame and I'll share some of the border feathers I've completed.
I hope you are finding some stitching time!