Well, now that I have the camera out, I might as well record the beautiful tulips in my garden. The tulips had babies this year! I don't have much luck with them, because of the overabundance of deer that think I plant them for gourmet meals (for them). They didn't bother them much this spring, so I had a good show and a big increase in the number of flowers.
There must have been over twenty tulips in this bunch. They are so cheerful and look so picturesque against the picket fence!
Now that I am thoroughly side-tracked, I might as well go across the road and see if there are any more morel mushrooms. Oh, gosh, look at the size of this one--it must be about seven inches tall. There is a smaller one, only about 5" tall trying to poke it's head into the picture behind this one.
Ok, now back to work. A few more pieces sanded.
Now to the studio. I finished the third and last towel on the Fanny warp, so I finished weaving off the remainder of the warp. It was enough to make a dish rag to go with the set. Here they are posing for a photo after serging the ends. Next up is giving them all a good hot sudsy bath. Hopefully they will end up being absorbant. This is my first test of this box of estate sale yarn.
Well, back to work!