After days of trying to find out why I couldn't get into my old blog, "Cross'N My Stitches", I decided I had to open a different blog all together. I am hoping very much, that all my dear friends and followers from Cross'N My Stitches, will eventually find me. I had my blog for nearly four years, and it breaks my heart to not be able to post there any longer. So join me here instead and we can pick right back up where we left off. Please pass the word to your friends also that I'm here now. Thank you so much.
I decided to put my Quaker Diamonds down for a few hours and do this piece up for Easter Day. Easter season actually or year round. It's a quick and easy stitch designed by Bonny Woomer, and it comes from "The Nebby Needle". The colors that it calls for gives it an antique look. Well, kinda sorta! I love it.
We had such a beautiful day here yesterday. We went out to Beaufort to a small flea market and local artisans get together. Lovely things. Oh! It was also a local plant sale as well. All plants came from local home owner's gardens. Earlier in the season, they will take pieces from the plants they have, as well as trees and shrubs and get them started. Then when an event like this comes up, they will sell the new little plants. Did I leave empty handed? No way! I got a few more herbs as well as a couple more plants.
Below is a picture of a tulip bed we saw on the way back to our car. It was just so colorful that I just had to take the picture. Aren't they beautiful?
On Friday we went in the opposite direction and into New Bern. Went through a walking path around the water and got some nice pictures of the beautiful Wisteria that is in bloom now. It's considered a nuisance plant down here, but I love it still and even have a tiny tree of it in the back yard. Just a year old now, but about three feet high. Pictures below were taken at the park in New Bern. That's my Bill in the last one.
Now I must let you go. Once again, I do hope that all my old followers and friends will catch up with me, and I welcome all new followers. Until next time, be safe and well and don't forget to
"Feel the colors".