Spring, Where Art Thou?



I’m not sure these pictures need captions. One week into spring the world outside is raging – snowy, windy, blizzardy.

Where art thou, spring?

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One Response to Spring, Where Art Thou?

  1. Karen L. says:

    I have just stumbled across your blog and am loving reading some of your posts. (Sorry to see that Spring brought you more snow. I think we are all tired of Winter by now.) Someone on an online board mentioned your felt birds and I came to look at them. Wow! They are so wonderful! I like that they look like a real bird not a cartoon character. I will be doing one/some of these in the near future. Yes, I am a bird person from way back. Thanks so much for the free patterns. You are very generous to offer these up to others. Cannot wait to see what bird you do next.

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