30.4.10

April Sampler


April has been a lovely month filled with blossom and green things growing. Here's my April sampler- flowers, cake and crochet, what more could a girl want? Click on my Sampler Page at the top of this blog to see more samplers.

What will May bring I wonder? In the little wood nearby the bluebells are beginning to open. The hawthorn hedges will be mass of creamy flowers soon. I will finish my rainbow blanket and maybe even my blue ripple blanket. I've got a patchwork project bubbling away in my head which I might get round to beginning. There are English strawberries in the shops now and the asparagus season is in full swing. We have a bank holiday this weekend and VE day is next Saturday, a day we never celebrate but maybe this year I'll do something special.

 The Quince Tree has finally managed to open her flowers just in time for May.


Aren't they beautiful?
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26.4.10

Farm Shop

Farm Shop
I'm a big fan of farm shops. I'm lucky enough to live in an area well supplied with them. All are a drive away though. My ...
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25.4.10

Weekend Miscellany

Weekend Miscellany
Bits and bobs today. First, some crochet I've finally decided what to make out of my Debbie Bliss cotton. A simple ...
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21.4.10

White Petals

White Petals
These pictures were taken on the way to my daughter's school. We are very lucky to live within easy walking distance of school, ...
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20.4.10

Welsh Cakes

Welsh Cakes
Anyone who, like me had or has a Welsh granny will be familiar with Welsh cakes. Welsh grannies can turn out dozens of these little beau...
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16.4.10

Busy

Busy
Actually this particular bee wasn't being very busy at all. Babbitty Bumble was sunbathing on my lawn whilst I was being busy wi...
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13.4.10

Spring Colour

Spring Colour
First some floral colour mostly from my garden. It looks like there has been a wedding in my front garden. Pink p...
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11.4.10

Yoghurt

Yoghurt
Good morning, it's a gorgeous spring day today here in my part of England, my cherry tree is snowing petals onto the front lawn. The...
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