March: In Pictures

marchThis year is flying by, and here we are at the end of March and I am only just getting round to posting the first of my Month in Pictures, a new year resolution I was determined to keep!

This collage represents a few key points in the month; the publication of Handmade magazine, featuring my crochet stool cover, the return of the daffodils and some teeny tiny Easter eggs. You’ll also hints of a work in progress, more of him later. The greenhouse is beginning to fill up with little seedlings and we’re starting to enjoy mugs of tea outside. Finally, the teen is home for Easter, so there is baking. I think you’ll agree it’s been a busy month. Our has been filled with love, hope and good humour, let’s hope the same can be said of April.

T xxx

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  1. I just buzzed though a number of your post. The projects you have made look so awesome. I am loving the bag made from scrap yarn and the flower pin cushion may have to be my next project.

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  2. A lovely collage! I laughed when I read about cuppas outside ….. it is still so cold here we haven’t even opened up the summer house!!

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  3. suerawlinson

     /  April 1, 2013

    Happy Easter x

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  4. Tracey

     /  April 2, 2013

    Thank you all, maybe I should have added “mugs of tea while snuggled up in wooly hats and ski jackets to protect against bracing winds …” but truthfully we have had a few very mild days and took full advantage!

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  5. Fab photos Tracey – love your colourful needlefelting!
    Love the new look of your blog too – especially the In the Press section where we can catch up with all your creative designs in print!
    Keep up all your great work and relaxing – indoors or out!
    Ali xx

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