Tuesday, July 13, 2010

How Does Your Garden Grow?

I have a new free pattern available here on my website. You can use it for a stitchery, applique, painting project... (Don't you wish sunflowers really grew this tall?? Now THAT would be a garden...)
Speaking of gardens... mine looks terrible. I'm afraid I've neglected it this year, haven't given it the care and time that I usually do. But the bumblebees still appear to be happy:
As do the caterpillars (they've eaten up almost every last leaf of dill, it's interesting to watch them just chomp away...) I believe this guy will become a black swallowtail butterfly, so I let him help himself to my garden:
Daughter has been working on her own garden- fondant roses for a cake she is making:
How does your garden grow??


  1. What a lovely stitchery you are sharing! Love it!

  2. Great stitchery! My garden has also been slightly neglected, but boy those fondant roses look everlasting and yummy too!

  3. Thank you for the pattern...
    I might print it, color it with my COPIC markers...and make it into a card...

  4. My garden did not grow this year-We had too much rain! I didn't even bother planting it or any flowers either!

    I wish I lived closer to you so you could show me how to do stitchery and such~! I so love all your art work!

    Love, Me

  5. Thanks for the new pattern - lovely.
    My garden is terrible! The birch trees have ruined the lawn which is now moss and dandelions.... debating whether to re-sow this year or ....
    I'd much rather SEW :)

  6. I love the little house. I printed it out so I can get it ready for stitching on my upcoming trip. I need lots of handwork for it. Thank you! BTW, I didn't plant any annuals this year because we just got a camper and we'll be travellng quite a bit.

  7. My garden is growing very well. We have had lots of rain recently. I really need to get out there and tidy it all up a bit. I just wanted to stop by and wish you a wonderful trip. I look forward to hearing all about it.



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