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Thursday, March 13, 2008

A Little Spring






Sunny days at last! We have been playing outside today in the sunshine without coats!!! It is marvelous to see my children so happy to run and jump and get muddy. We all had major cabin fever. Here are photos of our final bulb beauties. The sun came just in time since all we have left blooming is one daffodil! Now we get to watch for the "real" ones outside. And finally... my headband pattern is done, just in time for outdoor knitting! The pattern is called Dewdrop Beaded Headband and will be available from Earthfaire as well as from my Etsy shop, as soon as I have it printed up.

7 comments:

Kara said...

Celandine,

I read your comment about my SWTC karaoke! When I read your blog I was taken by all the other similarities - I do love Jane Austen novel movies & the Be Good Tanyas. What is your raverly id?

I haven't done anything with the yarn, There are two skeins of it still. I love your Noro cardigan!
I'm a special education preschool speech therapist, in a classroom for children with autism! I just love it.
Kara

Poppy & Mei said...

pretty, pretty, pretty! Xxx

Amy said...

That headband is beautiful.

Jackie said...

HI Celadine!
Thanks for your comment on my blog!
I love the headband. Amazing!!!!

Jackie
P.S. The Be Good Tanyas are the best!!!

Cherished Dreams said...

I love your "spring" flowers. My daffodils, outside, are almost finished. They sprung early. What a difference geographical location can make. I read your bio. Congrats on working on your Waldorf teaching. I know that it is quite an intense trainging. I went to a Waldorf school. And what beautiful items you make.
Viel Glűck (frankly my Germans terrible)

Karen
Cherished Dreams

Jette Marie Andersen said...

Sehr schön.
Jette aus Dänemark

Jenn said...

I have just found your blog, linked through several other blogs. I just wanted to say that I love your entries. You take lovely photographs and you have some beautiful knitting projects! :0) Take care~