Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Spring: Ravelry swap, travelling and Derbyshire Open Arts

I'm  a bit of a sucker for the occasional swap.
This was a fun exchange with a theme reflecting the excitement of springtime.
My swap partner got it just right for me.
There was plenty of purple, including seeds for me to plant and gardening gloves.
I now have the most deluxe lemon squeezer I've ever seen.
Note to self: time to make lemonade rather than teas.

I hope to get back into blogging now I seem to have conquered the photo programme on our computer.
It had been refusing to download my images for a while.

April was a busy month, starting with a trip to Morecambe and ending up over Easter in New York.

May has dashed past again with much to do in the garden, much of which is still to be done.

This weekend it is time for Derbyshire Open Arts, and I will be amongst the artists exhibiting at Long Eaton Art Room.
Just a few days more to make frantic preparations for it!
My last minute ceramics will be fired tomorrow, so much to anticipate.

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