This quilt, that I named Ontario Autumn, is now bound and has a label.
This quilt started as a baby quilt top that Kate North put together. She had several tops that needed to be quilted and so she offered them to her readers. Her only criteria was that they be donated to charity. The Champagne quilters got together and added a couple of rows and some borders to make it bigger - single bed size. This is now bound and has a label. Marg suggested that we donate it to a small church so that they could raffle it off.
My little flag quilt also has a label so binding quilts and adding labels are now crossed off my list.
I needed a little bit of colour and a little bit of spring in my life.
grape hyacinths and
regular hyacinths are gracing my kitchen with their colour and scent. All for 99 cents a pot.
I started a new sweater. I shouldn't have. I need to finish a couple of little sweaters first but this is chunky yarn and won't take long to do.
We went shopping today and since strawberries were on sale, I picked up two boxes.
It was this evening, as I was cleaning and cutting up the strawberries, that I found this fist-sized berry.
Yes spring is just around the corner and for the next several days the temperatures will be climbing. I'm sure the snow will be melting and we'll have major puddles to navigate around. We didn't get as much snow as our neighbours to the south but we have had freezing temperatures for a bit too long.