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Sunday, May 4, 2008

It's Finally Spring!

Spring Tulips
This was a busy knitting week: I finished another baby hat and booties, the shawl, and David's sweater. We also spent some time in the garden as the weather has finally begun to warm up. The one plus in the cooler weather is that the daffodils and tulips have lasted much longer than usual! Now I hope to have time to do some stitching and quilting, both of which have been neglected for a while.
A Gift for Axel


Kathy Raker said...

The hat and booties are so cute. Boy it doesn't take you long to complete a set.:)) Your tulips are nice with the little touch of yellow. I have a few blooming as well, all red. Good Luck with your tatting. What size thread are you using?
The swap is "CQ Hearts" on the HGTV Needlework and Quilting board. In order to see the pictures you must be registered and log in.

Kathy Raker said...

Judy, I would practice with #10 crochet thread. Have a safe trip and enjoy the grandbabies!

Lapplisor said...

Hi Judy
as beautiful that you worked again for baby David of such beautiful things.
Now I wish you the peace to carry out all which in your thoughts is...
Take care

Wendy said...

Awwww beautiful tulips! I don't know if they would grow out here but they sure are beautiful to look at.

Ele said...

You are right Judy, spring is finally in every corner...wonderful tulips and beautiful gifts for David.
Have a good time all the best for you Gabriele

I must ask you: Are Sophia and David your grandchildren?

Fünfzigerjahremädel said...

Judy,your tulips have a wonderful colour! Greetings from Germany,Ulla

Kathy Raker said...

Welcome back Judy! Hope you had a wonderful trip and lots of quality time with your grandbabies. No time for tatting, right?

Pat said...

Those tulips are just gorgeous! And, your knitting looks great too. Sounds like you are involved in lots of creative projects and that's good. I appreciate your visit to me this a.m. and yes, it IS a small world!! Come again and I'll do the same. Pat at birdnestontheground

Fünfzigerjahremädel said...

Judy,thank you for your last comment!Yes,I know Grandma's flowergarden and I like it very much!
but I will be very proud,when I could make a cushion or a bigger bag!Greetings from Germany,Ulla