Friday, November 12, 2010

In the garden

November is proving to be a very busy month for me, and all week I have been trying to find an hour or two to spend in the garden. Today is the day !

A first time for washing the quilt I finished in the winter. It shouldn't take long to dry, and I can have it back on the bed tonight.

A beautiful sunny day here, and I have been planting more sweet peas, stocks, foxgloves, delphiniums, lobelia, campanella and cosmos.

I am hoping to spend some time stitching on this fabric garden this afternoon. Once I start I don't like to put it down, and I have only three more flowers and a leaf to add to the panel.

Have a great weekend everyone, I am wishing you all sunny skies, and some time in a garden !


Mary Keenan said...

Every. Single. Time. You *always* make me want to take up gardening and quilting! And not always in that order ;^)

Heather Woollove said...

Oh, Sally...your fabric garden is just exquisite!! I was thinking of you the other day, as I used some of the felted spikes that you so kindly sent to me. I put them in the center of a flower pillow that I haven't blogged about yet, but which I feel I MUST keep for myself, rather than give away, it came out so well!! :) HUGS!!!

Lori ann said...

Oh my Sally, everything is so beautiful. I would love to be in that garden too. And your quilt! It's really gorgeous, I can see why you'd enjoy working on it so much.

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Cudowne kwiaty!