I've started my afghan, but have torn it out twice. I think I am going to have to wait on new glasses. I like to see brown too, when the ground has been covered up with snow. Now for some green!
I still have about 5 scarfs that I wanted to finish and give for Christmas (past) now will be done for NEXT Christmas hopefully.
Brown is my lawn all winter long.Glad your snow is gone.
I am anxiously watching my lilac bushes, as they are leafing a month early. Last time I had a sprig of the delight was April 2011. Denim quilts require a good machine. What kind do you have?
Your gran would hate me :0) I remember trying to make a quilt out of denim. Think I almost got a broken machine needle in my eye. Took me a while before I realize sewing wasn't my thing. Mum makes the most beautiful quilts though. Sounds like you've got the 'wind-up-your-bum' as my friend would say with all that cleaning, cooking and crocheting. Been a lazy one this end . . . might get around to some cleaning and laundry tomorrow, but then again . . .
spring cleaning - what a concept!
Oh you are busy no idle hands for you. That is going to be a nice warm quilt. Hug B
I thought spring was here and so did most the plants. Then we had a hard freeze and icy rain.
Sounds like you are doing good things as you wait for the green. No idle in you . . .
You have been so busy. Gosh, I think that is wonderful. I always feel so much better when I have something in my hands. Yep my granny said the same thing all of the time too.
When I thought the warm up was coming! I washed all the windows....now I have to do them again...I have to start crocheting again!!!!...:)JP
great idea on the denim quilt, hope we get to see the finished project. i did all that yucky cleaning to, the big problem is, by this time next week it will need it again.... phooey. where my maid???? glad you are seeing brown and hoping it is green soon. and my wish for you is flipflop weather
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