Today the pink species tulips are blooming in the garden. They are a lovely bubble gum pink!
I made these little painted turtle girls a few years ago. They are made of heavy muslin that I painted. Their shells are papier mache and I painted them to resemble a real turtle shell that I bought at a garage sale many years ago. They are happy girls!
Monarch butterfly and Queen Anne's Lace
Pink Lady's Slipper (a member of the orchid family that grows in Ontario Canada)
Yellow Lady's Slipper (another Ontario orchid)
This weekend I’ll post the next Block of the Month pattern. It is a simple block that makes use of scraps you have on hand. My inspiration was a Cornelius Krieghoff painting. Be sure to come visit my blog and check out the block pattern! Again, I would love to hear what you think!
Until I post again, happy sewing!