Hot days and garden time

Although I have been quilting up a storm (This is the back view of my most recent painted whole cloth), we have had warm days and I’ve spent extra time out in the gardens.

Back of fiber and Photography piece in progress.
Back of fiber and Photography piece in progress.
walk this way bk2

There has been a kitty hanging around ( we have name it “The Cat”) and she is trying to adopt us much to the dismay of our house cat, Kona.

The Cat
The Cat

I actually have Roma tomatoes growing and hope we get to taste them before the critters and bugs get to them.

I had to transplant a pretty little tree from a pot out back to the front garden at the wrong time (it was blooming like mad) and I can hardly believe it continues to bloom and didn’t die.

Duranta Erecta
Duranta Erecta

And then I rediscovered this little garden goose (may be a duck but “garden goose” is much more fun to say!). from my dear sister, next to violets that came from my late mother. They have been moved many times as I have redesigned and replanted the front landscaping. I’m very happy to see them again and look forward to seeing their sweet little flowers.

the goose

How are the summer sights and sounds in your part of the world?

About Ann Scott

Working with fabric and fiber for over forty years. Design, instruction, and sales.
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