Monday, June 25, 2007

No sewing machine - Day 6&7

I feel like I'm letting everyone down with my lack of stuff to share. I do so hope my sewing machine makes its reappearance soon...

Today all I have are some garden photos...




I do love gardening and at least I can do that without a sewing machine...

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11 comments:

Megan said...

That's a beautiful garden you have there. You can pop over and work in my (really awful) one any time!!!

Mama Urchin said...

Looks like you have a green thumb.

crafty things said...

Hang in there - machine withdrawal can be nasty. You have a terrific looking garden. I am definitely not a gardener and I really admire those who are.

kirsty said...

Your garden looks straight out of a magazine!! Beautiful :)

LeeAnn said...

I can't wait til I get a house so I can get a garden like yours! I would love spending time outside at your place!

Brigitte said...

Hello, I've just been visiting your blog for the first time and just have to say that your entrance door is beautiful indeed. And the cat even more beautiful! :-)

Mary Jane said...

My what a beautiful garden. I love all the textures and different greens. Such a treat to see. Thank you for sharing!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

I found a link to your blog at Daisy Cottage. I love your fabric work and your gardening. It's a lovely blog.

Chara Michele said...

Your garden looks amazing! I don't mind not seeing sewing stuff, if we are going to get pictures of your garden! It makes me wish I could come over to your house and sit in your yard and read a good book:)

I hope you get your sewing machine back soon though, I know it can't be much fun for you to have to go without it!

Anina said...

Wow, thanks for all the lovely comments everyone! It makes all the hours of "garden therapy" even more worthwhile.

Penny Sanford Fikes said...

Ohhhhh, Anina, your garden is so lovely. It looks cooling and water-drenched (not hot and parched)!
What a beautiful place to take some hand-sewing and just escape! I can almost hear the soft tinkle of some wind-chimes in your garden. Are wind chimes still "in vogue" for the well dressed garden?