You are so right. Spring is very elusive this year. As I was leaving work today, there were snowflakes flying around. Love your stitched hanging. Very cute.
What a sweet card you created for the new neighbor. We had scattered flurries on Monday (they didn't stick) and it is mid 60s today. Your spring hanging looks super.
That is a beautiful piece and a good way to bring spring into the house.The stitchery is a beautiful gift for your new neighbor.Debbie
Spring is hiding away here too, the weather people say it may appear next week, here's hoping.
It has been such a strange spring with so much late snow and cold. Your spring stitching does make it feel more spring-y.Thanks for the book recommendation. Always on the lookout for a good read.
Spring seems to have finally arrived here in the South West of England. Love your card for your new neighbour.
Love your wall hanging, and the sweet card.Our spring just arrived It makes you feel so good a little sunshine.Hope yours will be with you soon hugs .
How nice of you to welcome a new neighbour with handmade card! I am sorry to hear about "the missing" Spring... to tell the truth we don't have Spring here, too, just Summer...2 weeks ago we had snow and now the temperature is above 20 celsius and the trees are blooming, but it it really feels like Summer... and it's not good at all! I miss Spring time!
"Think Spring" is the best thing you can do when the weather doesn't cooperate. And your little wall hanging is really very spring-y. I do hope thatbthe weather will change soon and you can enjoy warmer temperatures and spring flowers.Some time ago I read Ami McKay's novel and I truly loved it.
Beautiful card. I must find more time to read. Have so many books in my pile.
Looks like you are finding plenty to keep you busy in this very elusive Spring, Kate! Love that wallhanging with the blue bird, Prairie Points, and embroidery--very sweet :)Hopefully, by your next post, April will be feeling more spring-like!
You've been busy. Your projects are very pretty.
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