Spring colours

Aaaand once more the garden is waking up, bit by bit. Another step up in temperature and I think it’s ok for my one forced rhubarb to come out of hiding.

I hope there’s going to be a very special photo project for me the next few months, but more about that later.

Still wrestling my latest wool weaving, but after that cotton will be on the menu.

I finally realized that instead of having to lug my yarn boxes downstairs in the light, to be able to combine them for various projects, I’ll simply bring them from my dark, cramped loom room into my bed. Spread a white sheet all over and make good of that south window. I can do it in my head to a certain extent, but I’m sure I forget items as well as miss good ideas that way. Hands on.

So today for starters I folded ALL the laundry. No baskets on the floor anywhere. Room for yarn boxes. And breathing.

13 thoughts on “Spring colours

  1. Sikke nogle herlige billeder. Din ribis er meget længere fremme end vores, men du bor vist også 14 dage længere fremme end her – det er ihvert fald ca forskellen på her og Næstved. Hvordan sætter du billederne sådan op? det er rigtigt flot.

    1. Tak! Det er lidt sjovt du siger det, for min forsythia og syrener bl.a. er altid bagefter dem henne i landsbyen eller inde i Fbjerg. Mikroklima!

      1. Mikroklima er svaret! Inde i Helsinge – vores “storby” er de også længere fremme end hos os, men ikke helt så langt som dine (eller rettere i dag er de som da du tog billedet), så breddegraden betyder også noget.

    1. Thank you. Flowers apparently bring out my hidden girly streak, I can’t stop taking pictures of them whenever they appear. Even if it’s the same ones I had last year.

      1. Hi Sweetie, good to see you! Tangerine doing ok?

        I have this thing with orange coming on I think, so that’s going to be interesting. Not my usual goto, nor pinks. Definitely not pinks.

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