Wednesday, May 9, 2012


the sun is shining
the plants are growing, that is everything but the beets.
and the porch is inviting me to spend some time out there to knit.

love , love these cotton leaf washcloths.
made with spud and cloe
cotton and wool
bought at my sister knits

have some beautiful orange ones to add to the collection

growing, older
this book is more about gardening than aging.
founding fathers
love this book, it explores the gardens that our nation's founding fathers had and how gardening played into our independence.
written by an english women of all the crazy things.

hooking up with ginny and yarn along


Kyle said...

Your leaf cloths are just too cute. The colors look very summery. I'm not sure what spud and cloe cotton is. Is spud something from potatoes?

Swanski said...

Cute leaves they are too pretty to use :)

Tracey said...

What beautiful wash clothes and I love how you have them displayed.
Have a happy day.

Becky said...

I love these! They are so pretty.


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