In spite of having had very nice weather for a long time, – and nice means sunshine on this usually very wet coast, – spring is still some way off, it seems. As soon as the sun dips below the horizon, temperatures drop and the frost bites again.
But there are moments, – like this afternoon, – when it is possible, even enjoyable, to sit outdoors and sew.
I am working on my “let’s-find-out-if-it-is-possible-to-join-hexagon-flowers-without-folding-the-paper-templates” project. I have cracked the code on how to, but have not written up the instructions yet.
Since this is my out-of-doors project, it is slow going.
If the nice weather continues for some days, I should be able to get some more sewing done, as it is too early to do any gardening.
A bunch of snowdrops are blooming, plus three crocuses, – the rest is still under the snow at the moment.
The sunshine is nice, though, and if it could just stop snowing and freezing in between, we could have real spring in quite a short time.