Tuesday, 11 May 2010

How does your Garden Grow?

I had such fun writing my latest "How does your Garden Grow" article for Oh My Handmade Goodness. I love gardening and remember all the delights as a child watching plants grow from seeds, picking bunches of fresh flowers larger than even my little hands could hold! Enjoy seeing lots of garden themed delights at Oh My Handmade Goodness. It would be lovely to have your support over there too with your comments.

My Favourite Spring Moment Print has been featured along with all the other charming gifts.

As for gardening here, well someone stole the Springtime, it's cold and raining! I had to put a scarf and winter coat on this morning to go to the post office!! I feel like snuggling up under a warm patchwork quilt like my little Sweet Dreams Mouse, just launched as a Greetings Card. She can also be found in a Print & Button in my Etsy store

This afternoon I'll be sewing Blue Bear that I talked about in my previous post, so come back soon to see his progress. Hugs, Catherine x

6 comments:

meandering pearl said...

your blog is just as lovely as your flickr!!! im going to show my little sister your precious world which i think she'll love!!! cant wait to see the blue mohair bear come to life!!! lots of loveliness

Ryan Lorenc-Haluska said...

I Like all the Pillows!

Debora said...

Super cute, as always! I'll be popping over to read your article.

Georgianna said...

Wonderful article, Catherine! So sorry about the rain. Well, it can't continue forever. We've had glorious weather for awhile but are due rain next week. So perhaps you'll get some of our sun. Have a lovely week. xo - g P.S. can't wait to see Blue Bear!

toni said...

Oh how very "The princess /mouse and the pea'. Now if I could just have each of those pillows made in those fabrics in real life for myself...
I'm betting on that bird being a little chap, all feathery chest puffed out to be admired just like a human chap!xox

Mee a Bee said...

I loved your article. We do a lot of gardening but mostly manage to cultivate weeds. It gets too hot to cope and there are a lot of insects as the season progresses.
I am so happy to be part of the OMHG team - I had come across your shop before and Love your work!