This was my view on Sunday afternoon.
The blossoms on our Spring Snow Crabapple tree (without the apples!), finally started opening up!
In full bloom, this tree is so beautiful!
Then Monday morning, the snow started.
And here was the view on Tuesday -
I can't complain about the moisture, which is always needed here in dry Colorado. And I do love any excuse to wrap up in one of my quilts and read the afternoon away. But finally today, Wednesday, the clouds are breaking up and the sun and blue sky are making an appearance again! Yay!
Speaking of interesting books, I checked this one out of the library last week.
I didn't really know anything about Gwen Marston until I started reading tributes to her on people's blogs last week.
I've already been learning more as I read and leaf through, looking at her interesting style and her amazing quilts. I'd like to dig through my solid scraps and maybe play with some liberated log cabins.
Down in my sewing room, I have been loving my design wall! It's really the best thing we did when we painted and rearranged in January. It's just batting stapled to the wall, but such a nice large space - so useful!
I've been having fun playing with my Floral Sawtooth Star project this week - I haven't gotten this one out in awhile.
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