Blogging seems to have slipped down the list just lately, but here's a bit of what I've been up to in the last couple of weeks.
Another quilt top finished. I wanted to to something quite simple and settled on this layout of half square triangles. Most were made eight at a time using pairs of 11" squares like This. Nice and easy and endless ways to arrange them!
I took the chance to photograph the finished churn dash quilt top as well. Maybe one day they'll all get quilted, but I'm not promising anything!
Some of the showier pelargoniums have moved outside for the summer. I don't remember ordering the red one, but rather like it as a change from the usual pinks and whites.
Everything's shuffled round in the greenhouse, with the streptocarpus having their own shaded area which they seem like.
The one on the right, "Ruth" is one of a few new ones ordered after I saw Dibleys nursery on the Chelsea flower show TV coverage. They describe it as "coral", but I think it's the prettiest shade of crushed strawberry. I hope it thrives as it looks like it'll be a favourite.
I also ordered a begonia rex "Pink Champagne" which looks quite at home. I think they're one of those "marmite" plants you either love or hate, but I really like this one.
Elsewhere in the garden the clematis and roses are looking gorgeous.
And I was struck by the amazing wispy cloud patterns yesterday. Just like a painting!
Enjoy your week.