So..I’m sitting in the kitchen working when here comes Baby D (Daphne), our yard sheep. She does whatever she wants because she’s still small enough to crawl under the gate.
Look who I found in the greenhouse today! A very handsome garter snake. Lucky for him I like (non-poisonous) snakes. I don’t think I will have a frog problem this year.
This time of year I sneak out of the studio when I can to work in the yard and greenhouse - getting ready to make the most of our short growing season! I love how colorful these tiny amaranthus seedlings are already. Just appeared today!
Guess who has a new Craftsy class launching soon? ME! So excited - hope you are, too! Want to win the class for FREE? Go to http://www.craftsy.com/ext/KatrinaWalker_Giveaway to enter for your chance to win!
Rose Butte Ranch eggs vs store bought. Our girls really know how to lay a big egg! Too big to fit into the carton properly.
One of the great things about working for a sewing machine company - seeing the collection of historic machines! Here - the first Singer machine, in original cabinet.
I decided my Pfaff passport 2.0 (travel machine) needed personalization - so I had a skin made. MINE! :)
The view from the Studio today. Sheep and their livestock guardian dogs enjoying some late Winter sunshine.
It’s a colorful day in the studio - silk organza drying for the Stained Glass Pojagi class at Sew Expo next week.
Fabric for sale… Island Batiks. Several yards of each. $8/yd. Let me know if you’re interested!