I have been working along on this one since Christmas. I really wish it were already finished. It's COLD here!
This one will live here on our bed. I do like red. This has been a fun one. I don't have a pattern for it. I saw one on a blog, sorry I don't remember which one and just sort of figured it out for myself. Muddling, you know. There are seven columns sewn together so far. I think I'm going to do four or maybe five more.
I was outside bringing in or covering the things I don't want to freeze tonight when I noticed this seed pod. Isn't it pretty? I had noticed it months ago on the Confederate jasmine vine. It was green then and quite hard. I hadn't noticed it at all since then until today. That is my computer mouse above it to give you an idea of scale. The "hairy" part is incredibly soft and silky. I love seeing the variety in God's creation.
Bruno tried so hard to stay awake and help me with this post, but he went to sleep!
I do hope you here in the Northern Hemisphere are staying warm and dry, and that you in the Southern Hemisphere are staying cool. Isn't that funny? And how amazing that we can be reading about each other's lives and interests and getting to know each other a little bit! I am thankful for each one of you!
Hugs and kisses,