Felting, spinning, dying and weaving - an education in fibre.
I love discovering those little signs and clues of spring around the corner. Beautiful photos, Becky - I think Cornish spring may be a little closer than Yorkshire spring! Liz xx
Hehe right now I am waiting for my lunch to go down so I can have a custard slice! These flowers are very pretty, I can't wait to see our garden begin to blossom again!
I first viewed your pictures when we were under cover of a white wonderland...the heavy rain is washing it all away as I type so I am looking forward to seeing whether the just flowering pink hyacinth is still there and the daffodil and snowdrop shoots have survived!As Liz mentioned I think you are closer to spring than we are too!Ali x
I love the first light green haze that shows on the trees and hedges that sow spring in the way - my mum and I get very excited about it when we first notices it on our little day trips out and about!
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