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Red Berries, Pink Scarf, Creamy Tulip and the pattern

08 Apr

1   It has been another beautiful clear skied day with blue skies and bright sunshine though there is still a sharp nip in the air when out of the warmth of the sun.  I love how the sunshine made these (poisonous?) berries of the Laurel glow as if lit from inside.

Laurel berries in the sun

Laurel berries in the sun

2   We Skyped with the family contingent who live in Barcelona last week and NM confessed that she had lost her scarf. I have made a new one, as requested in the same chunky pink wool that I used for her cardigan in January.  We posted it this morning.

Scarf for NM

Scarf for NM

3   Our first tulip has opened beautifully.

First Tulip

First Tulip

Grannymar  asked for the pattern to make a beautiful Three Toed Sloth so here is the manufacturer and the pattern number for her and for anyone else who fancies making one of these beautiful woolly creatures!  Here is the link to see my version.

The pattern for the Three Toed Sloth

The pattern for the Three Toed Sloth

 

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4 responses to “Red Berries, Pink Scarf, Creamy Tulip and the pattern

  1. creativityandfamily

    April 8, 2015 at 5:44 pm

    The Laurel berries really do seem to glow! Such a cheerful picture! x

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  2. Grannymar

    April 8, 2015 at 5:41 pm

    Thank you. I have taken note of the pattern details and must watch out for it!

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  3. Judy @ newenglandgardenandthread

    April 8, 2015 at 5:19 pm

    You’re living large with all these beautiful colors. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

     

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