Hello dear stitching friends, well Monday has rolled around again after a very productive weekend at our house. Glenn and I have been giving some of our gardens bit of an overhaul over the past few weeks, and after Saturday we're now we're up to the stage where we can plant some new trees - they've been ordered from one of the local garden centres for pick up next Saturday. We've also topped up our raised vegetable beds and got some vege seedlings all ready to plant when the warmer weather comes in October. Hannah and I are also going to pot up some petunias and lobelia in several pots, all reds and whites, hoping for a nice display by Christmas.
Another project finished off over the weekend is the cardigan I was knitting for Hannah, all it needs is a button sewn on, which is on tonight's agenda. I thought I might knit a matching hat from one of my latest Ravelry finds, this ebook, which has some very cute hats for children in it.
As always, thanks for visiting here and many thanks so much for the wonderful comments about the hexagon quilt - its always such a pleasure to read these comments :)
Well, thats my round up from this weekend's happenings, see you soon.