It’s been a few days—I wanted to pop in and say hello to you all. Have you had a nice weekend? Did you do anything different or relaxing? I’d love to hear how your weekend went, please share! ❤
We had the MOST gorgeous day yesterday! It was SUNNY and WARM, a very, very, rare occurrence around here lately, so it was imperative that we get outside and soak up some of those elusive golden rays. My husband and I took a drive out to a little town with a charming town square to meander through and cute shops to browse in. The town is actually where they filmed the movie Groundhog Day. Woodstock was bustling yesterday; everyone was happy to get outside, smiling faces everywhere you looked.
One of my favorite shops is also here. It is a vintage shop, but they also have new things. I love how they display the old with the new so creatively. I seem to always find things to purchase here, and yesterday was no exception, although I didn’t have to spend much at all. Recently I have become obsessed with cute figurines. Most of them are from Japan and are of animals. I saw this tiny cocker spaniel ($4!); he needed to join me in my sewing room. He even has a vintage Japan sticker on his bum.
I also found this little mice figurine. The owner told me she brought this back from England with her. It looked like it belonged in a storybook. It is adorable, and oh, so, tiny! ($5!)
All this cuteness! I am a happy girl!
Spring is very slowly starting to look the way it’s supposed to look, although with the exception of green grass it still pretty much looks like winter. However, I think our daffodils will bloom this week, and add some springlike color.
A tiny patch of tulips have started to come up. Yes, this is the total for tulips in our yard. I once read tulips decrease in amount where daffodils increase or naturalize. Looks like our tulips are soon to be none. Maybe I’ll plant more this fall.
In my studio “Princess and the Pearl” was completed hours ago. Here is Gina to show you a tiny bit. Her needle felted bear is named Pearl, in case you are wondering. Pearl is always ready to give her mom, Gina, a flower. As soon as we get a bright-ish day I will take photos. Right now it’s dreary and drizzly… yet again.
I knit this lace bolero this past week and today have started sewing the dress. This ensemble will be all lilac and lavender yummy gloriousness.
I have another bolero completed, but it is for my Kaye Wiggs Gracie; it is in fuchsia. The print to accompany that bolero is one that reminds me of a Liberty of London print, which I adore. Another work-in-progress is a hot pink mohair/silk cardigan for Patience. Her cardigan will go with a dress in the same print as Gracie’s, but it will be in a different colorway.
So, that’s all the news from my world for now. I hope you are all doing great and enjoying springtime, or fall if you’re down under. Talk to you soon, my friends!
Bye for now!