This looks fabulous. I can't wait to see what the pattern looks like on!
Looks like you had yourself a great weekend. I have almost purchased that same patterned a couple different time. Please let me know how you like it.
Oh, I'd love to see the pattern finished!
Don't you love spring plants! Can't wait to see the finished project.
I too have been eyeing that pattern for a while. I love it and can't wait to see yours!! I'll have to check my local supermarket for a rosemary plant!!Can't wait for pics!
Ooooh....I can't wait to see your new project!Many Blessings,M.
Oh Deb! Lots of good things happening your way! Sweet pattern...can't wait to see it done. And Rosemary is on my "to buy" list this week. It is one herb I use weekly.
that's a lovely blue blouse - the collar looks so sweet - what pattern did you use?
Love your fabric and can't wait to see it finished. I started sewing a little something for my soon to be three years old granddaughter this morning. Sewing just does the heart good, doesn't it?
The blouse looks beautiful. Are you making the dress or the top? I would love to see both on you.
You must be feeling better! We have violets here on our land, and I love how tiny their flowers are, but how tough the plants can be! Our huge dogs trample them, but every spring they come right back. Your weekend looks like a happy one :)
Dear Deb,I see you were as busy as I was here in the cottage.The blouse fabric is so lovely! The homemade yogurt...yumm!I have seen this pattern before, show pictures when done.blessings,Lady M
Looks like a great weekend!Super cute pattern! Can't wait to see the finished product!e.
A most satisfying weekend!
Fun! Love the photos and tidbits. Hope you're having a blessed week.Linda
Great looking pattern, you will have to share if you make it xoxox Clarice
It looks like you had a wonderful weekend. I just love Spring and the newness of everything. Rosemary is so nice and I love the Violets and Hollyhocks. I can't wait to see your new dress complete :)I have a recipe for Violet Jelly if you are interested Deb :)
Love the Prairie Girl pattern & the blue and white fabric you chose Deb. What a great weekend you had!
Love your new dress pattern! A new sewing project for spring. What could be better??
Wow! What a pretty and colorful post. It brought a smile to my face!The violets are beautiful, and the leaves so green! Pretty. I need to start Hollyhocks, they do well here. How long how you been making yogurt? Does that machine work well? I have never heard of it. The pattern is very nice as well.:)
Love that Pattern! cant wait to see it finished up. Now I'm off to see if I can find it on ebay!Love your blogCyndi
Looks like you've got some good things started! Looking forward to the results.Jody
Loved visiting your blog tonight! Got some great ideas...I will be back!
Lovely post! I love making my own yogurt too. We use the Eurocuisine model.
That pattern looks so cute. Can't wait to see what it looks like.
I love your blog! It has been fun looking thru it. It looks like you had a fun Weekend! That is always a great way to start off a good week!Have A Great Day!Jennifer
Did you know you can make yogurt (or kefir) with a towel and a heating pad? I love homemade yogurt.
Oooh, I like that pattern! Time for a google search!
Cute dress pattern. Love the plants, I'll have to post how are seeds have sprouted!Have alovely mondayNiki
Hollyhocks are my favorite flower I have them growing everywhere. How difficult is it to make homemade yogurt? I've always wanted to try...can you make it without the machine? Love that dress pattern too!
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