My days are being peaceful, different from the rush of the last months with all those events and fairs. It’s good, but I confess that I get a little lost, because I have so many things on my wish list that I can not decide for one and I just do not enjoy the time I want.
But things, even at a slow pace, are flowing! I decided to start this Quilt Pattern Midnight Blooms quilt.
I was able to take care of my pots of plants that were clustered in the side there was in the studio since the renovation we did two months ago.
I cleaned and cleaned (the gardener already took care of the plants) and made an inventory of the ones that I want to relocate, because I plan to start planting some fruit plants. The good thing is to be able to do a little gardening once in a while! I Love.
But taking advantage of spring, will we continue with our Midnight Blooms Quilt Project? I already got mine. It took me a while because of the last events, but the first block is almost ready. I am doing in the Technique Virada da Agulha, which is my favorite and, incidentally, I use to show some pictures of a tip for the stems of flowers: Inspired by Late Bloomers from designer Kim Diehl