A couple of weeks ago when I originally posted this project, I discovered I had the wrong gingham linen, therefore, there was a delay in starting the snowman until the correct fabric arrived. It was worth the wait!
There is an oriole feeder in our backyard which can be viewed from the kitchen. A storm came through and the little orange feeding (jelly) dish was blown away. What to do? What else could be used?
Fortunately, I had some garage-sale find dessert dishes made of vintage pressed glass. One fit perfectly and now the birds have the fanciest feeding dish in the neighborhood!
The three lavender plants in my garden are in full bloom and smell heavenly! A local farmer told me the Munstead variety has the best Michigan winter survival rate.
In person church services with social distancing procedures resume this week. Unfortunately, I am unable to attend due to recovering from an allergic reaction to an insect bite obtained sitting on the patio while hand sewing. Ugh. I must have been concentrating too hard on the stitches. No worries as the antibiotics are working well!
To my Canadian readers and friends, have a Happy Canada Day on Wednesday!
Linking with Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitchers!
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