March 14, 2013

March 20, 2009 Spring

Spring is finally here. It’s chilly today, with snow flurries early this morning, not atypical of the first day of spring, but we’re seeing more hours of daylight, and the temperatures in general are rising.

Though spring is our most eagerly awaited and anticipated season, it’s also the one that brings the most responsibility. It’s time to ready the garden for planting and clean up winter debris, and also time to prepare for our spring season of outdoor antique sales as the weekends warm. And it’s a time for beginning new projects, as if we didn’t already have plenty on our plates. Luckily the season brings with it a burst of energy; hopefully the energy lasts long enough to accomplish a reasonable number of the tasks.

Between chilly gusts of wind today I managed to photograph a quilt that I thought was appropriate to early spring both in color and theme. I don’t know if the pattern has a name, or whether it’s supposed to represent anything in particular, but the idea of flowers along with the preponderance of green along with a little Easter purple seemed to me just the thing for today.
spring flowers quilt
spring flowers quilt

With all this greenery, the real flowers won’t be far behind – our snowdrops are blooming throughout the woods, the daffodils are 4 inches out of the ground, and Tim’s already planted carrots and peas in the field.

1 Comment »

  1. 1.This is a brooks/wheeler pattern called morning glory. I’m not a good enough quilter to figure
    out how one actually does these patterns but this quiltmaker was very adept! It is a lovely quilt!

    Comment by Michele m. — March 21, 2009 @ 7:29 pm

    2.That is a lovely quilt! It’s the Brooks/Wheeler pattern Morning Glory..
    lol, just kidding..kudo’s to Michele..I only know two quilt patterns. I am
    in awe of you gals that know them. Thanks for sharing such a beautiful
    one~Happy Spring.

    Comment by becky up a hill — March 26, 2009 @ 8:00 pm

    Comment by sharon — March 14, 2013 @ 5:08 pm

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