Monday, February 21, 2011

Interlude


With only a week to go in February, we anxiously await the arrival of March...
Will she appear gentle as a lamb or wild as a lion?


Either way March will be welcomed...


Projects turn to using more Spring-like themes and hues.


And remember those snowdrops I'm so longing for under the pile of snow...


alas with the bright sunshine and warmer temperatures we were blessed with over the weekend they have begun to make an appearance.

Champagne anyone?

13 comments:

Susan said...

mmmmm...whether it comes in like a lion or a lamb, we will know SPRING is on its way!
My mom used to say
Spring is sprung,
The grass is ris,
I wonder where
The flowers is?

Penelope's Beehive said...

Such lovely springlike colours to tempt the senses. Good heavens I long for the warmth, the scent of lilacs and lavender, the delight of birdsong. Ever so sadly, we received ten inches of new snow overnight. Patience...patience...

Fondly yours...Judy

~ ♥ LISBETH ♥~ said...

Hello!

I hope March will be gentle as a lamb, I really do!
Sadly we received more snow and it is really cold outside, not spring at all. *hmpf*
Well, I just have to put up with it, after all I am living in Norway:)

All the best,
Lisbeth

Pondside said...

I hope that March will offer all of us a long, lamb-like interlude after a difficult February.
Your colours will make all of us smile - there's something so tempting about sorbet colours!

Theresa said...

Oh, love that fabric with the bird on it. Beautiful pictures. March often here comes in with a roar and out with the last whimper of winter. Hoping your's is more lamb like!

Larkrise garden girl said...

That was such beautiful yarn. Great pictures your such an artist with your photos.

Half-heard in the Stillness said...

I can't wait to see snowdrops either,and lilac and ooh! cherry blossom!!

Your yarn is such a pretty shade, I suspect we'll still need those 'warmers' you're knitting for a while yet.

June said...

I hope it will be a little milder than our Feb. has been thus far. We had more snow today, and I am beginning to wonder if we will ever see the snow melt.
Your projects are the yummiest of colors. The color of Springtime to be sure! The picture of your little snowdrops give me hope.
sending hugs

snoopydog said...

Your post is full of such wonderful, subtle hues! I love it. Hopefully, Spring will make her mind up to come soon. Ros

victorian parlor II said...

The pictures are lovely! I really love your banner-it's so pretty and full of springtime bliss! Thanks for visiting my new blog:).

Blessings,

Kim

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

hi susan... how pleased you must be that the snowdrops have sprung...always a sign of spring...
thank you so much for calling in...am resting a lot of the time as to move too much is painful...enjoy the coming of the new as autumn is making her presence felt down under...dzintra

lady jicky said...

For me March is autumn and winter on the way.
Kenzo's coat is growing after his summer cut :)
Oh, he sends "kisses" to Maddie!

Sweet William Primitives said...

your blog certainly looks like Spring! Lovely! I too am looking forward to spring flowers! Have a wonderful weekend Susan!
hugs~Kathy