Tomorrow it's officially spring, but by our recent temperatures you'd think it's going to be summer. Our weather in northern Ohio, along with much of the country, has been unseasonably warm and I'm lovin' it! How funny that when I spoke with my older son last evening who is currently in the Los Angeles area, he was complaining about how chilly it was there. I think we had him beat by close to twenty degrees.
Since our weather has been so wonderful, I couldn't resist and have been working in the flower gardens. I don't think I've ever even started in March let alone have gotten it done. It's a great feeling, but because of that, little crafty stuff was done over the weekend. I did manage to pull the last few loops on my Magdalena rug and have added it to the growing pile of rugs that need binding. I guess that's a good thing because it means I am getting things hooked! I also worked on a little punch needle piece that I can't share with you at this time.
A few of the flowers that are blooming in the yard.
Tonight is the first night of a two session class on how to use my digital camera. I sure hope I can learn something about all the settings and I'm hoping the instructor can share some insight on how to capture the true colors of a hooked rug.
Happy Monday to you!