My garden has received some love.
Beds dug, seeds planted and anti cat protection put in place. I don't mind sharing my garden with the neighbours' cats, but I do object to them digging holes where I want flowers.
I edged one bed with scallop shells I collected on a holiday to Skye.
Bulbs in pots are also beginning to poke through the compost. I use crushed egg shells to deter snails.
A couple of tulips have peeped through from the garden next door to add a bit of colour.
I've also tried my hand at a bit of recycling! An unwanted pallet, blue paint, an old shower curtain, and ta-da, a vertical herb garden. I saw the idea a couple of weeks ago and I'm quite pleased with my results. Seeds for coriander, basil, parsley and rocket planted and a mint from Aldi this morning planted.
On with my museum displays, one for Tunisian Crochet,
and was so inspired to make some so crocheted this bag. Just need to find a button and make some straps.
Not sure what this stitch pattern is called, it's a mix of TSS (Simple stitch) and TPS (purl stitch).
Think I have earned a little sit in the sun now. Hope the sun is shining where you are.