July 16, 2016

Buttermilk Basin Summer Blog Hop





Summer in Portland, Oregon - City of Roses


Summer Fun!

Thank you for joining me on my day of the Buttermilk Basin blog hop! 

I like to spend my summer days in my backyard watching the plants grow, the birds flit about, and soaking in a little sun.  Yes, it does get sunny in Portland, Oregon!  It actually can get too hot for me, but nothing that a cold beer can't handle. Last year we had a record breaking 29 days in the 90's.  I live in a little brick bungalow and by the 10th day it was resembling a pizza oven.  I can get a little cranky when I overheat.

My neighbor calls me a "Lady Gardener", because all I like to do these days is light pruning and picking a stray weed here and there.  I can also be tempted to harvest our fresh raspberries.
My favorite summer fruit!


When it comes to "farmer" type's, I leave the heavy labor to my 80 year old Mom.  Seriously!  I just talked with on the phone the other day and she was spreading 2 yards of mushroom compost.  Now that lady has a green thumb! 
Mom's front yard
 Summer is also our time for family traditions.  We spend a week with my husband's family in Black Butte, Oregon and a week with my family on the Oregon coast.  It's a fun time filled with lots of laughter and eating way too much good food.  My sister-in-law always seems to introduce me to a new temptation or two.  Have you ever tried s'mores using Reeses Peanut Butter cups? Fab.

My favorite go-to recipe for get togethers is one my mother-in-law gave me 30+ years ago.

Click HERE to download this recipe


One of my favorite summer days is the traditional pottery painting day I have with my nieces.  We have been doing this for at least 10 years now and I look forward to this special time I get to spend with these girls.  

Tweet Home

Most of the stitching I do is embroidery which I can do anywhere.  If it's a beautiful day you will find me in my backyard stitching away and listening to an audio book.  The last one I finished was Watership Down.  I even stitched up my rendition of Hazel for an upcoming project!

Outside of my studio window
The stitchery I designed for this Blog Hop was inspired by a bird's nest outside my studio window.  I love the care that bird's put into crafting their homes.  I decided to add a birdhouse instead of a nest, but it's still home. I hope you like it!
 This free pattern is called Tweet Home and it measures 3 1/2" x 8".  For a free PDF 
copy of the pattern click HERE.



One Stitch at a Time


One Stitch at a Time design - #1 June 2016
If you enjoy stitching up quick little projects you might be interested in my new One Stitch at a Time subscription club.  It's only $2 a month, start and stop whenever you want.  On the 1st of every month you will receive, by email, a new PDF design.  For more information click HERE.
The design pictured above is from June 1st.  Although it has already been sent out to the subscribers, it is available for individual purchase HERE.

Prizes

UPDATE!

CQ4fun won the book!  Congratulations.  

Thanks to all who left comments, they were fun to read!

As a thank you for reading through this rather lengthy blog post I would like to offer a chance to win a  prize!  Simply post the name of your favorite flower in the comments and I will draw a winner on July 20th.  The winner will be notified by email and they will receive a signed copy of my new book Stitches from the Garden. For more information about the book click HERE.

I hope you had a fun time visiting my blog!  Tomorrow jump on over to The Cottage at Cardiff Farms blog  and find out some fun summer facts about her and see the great project she has created just for you!
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144 comments:

paulette said...

OMGosh!! I love this little stitchery! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

My favourite flower is the hydrangea...I enjoy having two huge hydrangea bushes (white and blue) and they are loaded with blossoms. I love the fact that just one flower can be plunked into a jar, makes my kitchen table look so pretty and will last a long! Your book looks wonderful and was placed on MY WISH LIST the moment I saw the cover! GORGEOUS!!
Thanks again for the FREE pattern! It's a beauty!
Paulette

martha mumaw said...

Thank you for the stitchery! My favorite flower is the lupine.

Quilting by the Lake said...

Your stitcheries are so sweet! My favorite flower blooming outside right now is the balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorus). I can't wait to see your new book!

Meredith said...

Has to be the rose, one called Double Delight. Thanks for the beautiful bird stitchery, and the chance to win your gorgeous book!

allcounty said...

Double zinnia . Your pattern is wonderful . I love birds . Your new book looks amazing . Thanks Karin E

Janet said...

Thank you for a lovely design...and free...so generous. My favorite summer flowers are Daisies.😊

Janet said...

Thank you for a lovely design...and free...so generous. My favorite summer flowers are Daisies.😊

Indycule said...

Your designs are adorable! If i have to pick one, I love gladiolus since they are August's flower and thats when my birthday is.

Mary said...

I like daisies the best. They always make me smile! Thank you for the chance to win your new book. It looks wonderful.

Mary

Loris said...

Thank you for such a sweet embroidery design. Your birds always bring a smile to my face :-) My favorite flower is the black eyed susan. I seem to like yellow gold flowers like sunflowers and the Mexican bush marigolds growing in my yard. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of your new designs. They are beautiful!

Nancy Anne in the Finger Lakes said...

It's so hard to pick but I guess I can say I really love the peonies I inherited when I bought my house!

Claire said...

Thank you so much for such a beautiful design, Kathy! I love the photo of the robin outside your window. No wonder you are so inspired by spending time in your studio! My favourite summer flower is the stargazer lily because of the scent. I think your stitchery club is the best deal on the planet and your new book is on the top of my list. Thank you and have a great summer!

Elizabeth Goran said...

What a beautiful pattern!
I loved looking at your other patterns as well.

It has inspired me to put some other projects aside and do some stitching again!
Putting your patterns on my wish list and your new book too!

My favorite flowers are lilies of the valley.
Their scent is intoxicating.
Lilacs are number two!

WoolenSails said...

Love your design and i will definitely be making one and maybe a few as gifts.
My favorite flower is cosmos, I grow them on my porch from seed and then when they bloom they attract the butterflies.

Debbie

Teri said...

What a wonderful giveaway....I think the Iris is my favorite flower......they come in so many beautiful colors....

Unknown said...

This book is WONDERFUL! Thank you for creating it. My favorite flower is Lilacs

Anonymous said...

I have been in love with your work for several years. I cannot choose between a peonie and a pansy. They have their own attraction for me so am torn trying to pick a favorite. bakerjn@hotmail.com

Joni said...

I love the stately iris--or flags as they were called when I was younger....thank you, joni

scottylover said...

I love hydrangeas. You can get so many color variations on one bush it is amazing! We have 4 bushes in our yard and they all have different colors of flowers on them.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Sandy A

Nettie said...

I really LOVE miniature roses, any color, but my particular favorite is a salmon colored variegated one!
Kathy, I love all your stitcheries so much.
nettiecrain@live.com

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Thanks for the sweet project--I love anything with a bird on it! Your new book looks wonderful!

Lee said...

What lovely stitching! I love the cherries! Thank you!!

Laura Adams said...

Oh my, my favorite has to be either peonies or hydrangeas! I adore your stitching. I just found you and I am so excited to see what you are posting about!
Ladams3@bellsouth.net

Linda K said...

Thank you for this adorable stitchery! I'm working on Winsome Wreaths right now. It's so easy to take each month's design with me when I travel or go to my Needlework weekly meetings. My favorite flower (this week anyway) is my salmon colored geranium in a hanging basket. Thanks for the chance to own your beautiful book!

Kathy MacKie said...

Thanks for the free pattern, lucky us! My favourite flower is the Gerbera Daisy which is an unassuming flower with a simple elegance.

Kristen King said...

What a wonderful pattern, it goes perfectly with the monthly pattern (which I just love receiving each month)!! My favorite flower is the Daylily. They are almost a weed it seems, they flower all summer long, and they are beautiful!

Sandi said...

Lovely stitchery Kathy thanks so much for gifting it to us.

My favourite flowers are tulips, my mom's parents were Dutch and the flowers remind me of them and also my dad who planted them each year for us to enjoy. Thanks for a chance to win one of your books you are so gracious.

Kd Brown said...

I love lilacs and lily of the valley. They have such wonderful fragrances! I would love to win your lovely book, Kathy.

dortha said...

I love peonies. Cute pattern.

Linda R. said...

Thank you so much for the pattern. My favorite flowers are french tulips. Your book looks amazing. Thank you for a chance to win one of your books.

Linda said...

HI,it is the Peony,both beautiful and fragrant! Thank You for a Sweet Giveaway!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

NancyA said...

Love the stitchery--thank you!
Asking me to choose a flower is like asking me to choose a favorite child, but I am partial to peonies: they are beautiful, fragrant, deer resistant, and relatively trouble free (an important attribute to this lazy gardener)

daisydilly (vicki) said...

I love all flowers :) Thank you for the blog hop pattern. Love it and all your designs

Linda said...

Sunflower, no question! Love your designs!

marie said...

Blue hydrangeas. This year my blooms are the size of a soccer balls, the weather in Oregon has been perfect this year. (Dallas) I don't like HOT either.

Suzanne said...

Thanks for the free design. Too cute! My favorite flowers are tulips.

Carrie P. said...

Love the free design. I would love to win your book. My favorite flower is the coneflower.

Rose Manning said...

My favorite flowers is a Hollyhock. Thank you for the pattern.

Rose Manning said...

My favorite flowers is a Hollyhock. Thank you for the pattern.

Donna-Maree said...

My absolute favourite flower would have to be roses. Thanks for your pattern and the opportunity to win your book.

momto1 said...

I'm a love-the-one-you're with kind of girl. Today, I'm loving the hydrangeas out in my front yard, but recently, it's been honeysuckle and Queen Anne's lace, and whenever I see hollyhocks, I think of my grandma's garden, and then there are poppies that make me melt. I just like them all!

Carole S.

Dirty Martini Queen said...

Peony is my favorite and thank you so much for the new pattern.

Bonnie Preslar said...

I'm a pansy lover...a love passed down to me by my maternal grandmother. I have always loved their little faces!!

Sharon S said...

My favorite flower is the lilac. Can't get enough of the smell!

Director said...

Red Tulips are my favorite. Love the small projects.

Bonnie Preslar said...

I'm a pansy lover...a love passed down to me by my maternal grandmother. I have always loved their little faces!!

Bonnie Preslar said...

I love pansies! Just love their little faces!!

Bonnie Preslar said...

I love pansies! Just love their little faces!!

Bonnie Preslar said...

I love pansies. Their little "faces"are adorable!!

terriquilts said...

I love peonies! I have some that came from my grandma's house; they are very special and I look forward to seeing them bloom every year.

Nancy said...

I love daisies. They are so clean and fresh looking.

Linda said...

Thank you for the lovely design. I've added it to my to-do list. And to answer your question, my favorite flower is the Daisy. My garden is smiling profusely with them right now.

Synthia said...

My favorite flower is hydrangea and a very close second favorite (it was very difficult to choose) are my geraniums. Thank you so much for the free stitchery pattern today. It's lovely and hopefully I'll get to working on it soon.

Allison CB said...

Love your design! My fav flowers are roses especially the vintage varieties! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

Sandra said...

That would have to be a yellow rose. Simple yet elegant. Been enjoying all the free recipes as well as all of these wonderful and creative projects. Thank you so very much.

Sandi Timmons
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

DeAnna Julie Dodson said...

I love pansies. So pretty and sweet. :D

MissWrite(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

ruthie said...

Bachelor buttons are my favorite and I did not think to plant some this year! Thanks for the opportunity of the drawing.

Wendy said...

Sunflowers are my favorite flowers! Your designs are wonderful. Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us.

Maureen said...

Lilacs are my favorite flowers. Thanks for the chance to win.

Regina said...

Thanks Kathy...for such a sweet pattern. I'm going to start it tonight,but in my usual black stitching with maybe red berries. My favorite flower changes every time I see one,right now I'm loving the Sweet Peas growing on the back of our garage (also my birthday flower). Your new book looks like a real beauty,my fingers are crossed!

Bonnie Preslar said...

I love pansies. Their little "faces"are adorable!!

Stephanie Nabors said...

I love the rose. Also love your stitchery patterns.

shirley quilter said...

I really love your patterns Kathy. I don't think I've seen a flower I didn't like and it's hard to pick a favorite but I guess I would choose the rose and especially I like the yellow ones. Your new book looks wonderful and I'm betting it is full of fun designs. Shirley

Julie Holahan said...

I love dogwood blossoms! I just finished a Patchwork Year and trying to decide how to quilt it and what color thread to use. Can you help me Kathy with your ideas? Thanks, Julie

Paula DiMattei said...

Such a sweet little stitchery.....I love bleeding hearts. They come up early in the spring season in my yard so I think that is why I like them so much. A sign that Spring is finally here.

Barbara in TN said...

Thank you SO much for the Free design and recipe. I have long been a fan of yours and have made several of your designs. Would love to win the book - looks divine; so would have to say my favorite flower is the black-eyed susan.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Barbara in TN

Brenda said...

Love the stitchery and can't wait to try your recipe for potato salad. My favorite flower is a peony.

Ms Amy said...

Violets are my favorite flowers. A love I learned from my grandmother.

Ms Amy said...

Violets are my favorite flowers. A love I learned from my grandmother.

Diane said...

I love lilies in all their different colors and shapes. Thanks for the giveaway!

Michelle Hardey said...

I am a sunflower lover, but I also love my hollyhocks (finally got some to flourish in my yard after many, many tries!) and black eyed susans! I love your designs--all of them. I am enjoying your monthly stitching club immensely, too! (Such a fun way to begin a new month!!)

Thank you for mentioning that you just finished listening to Watership Down. I recall toting that book everywhere with me when I was in middle school--enjoyed it so much! I don't generally listen to audio books, but you inspired me to give this one a try--a chance to enjoy that story again. I am also looking forward to seeing your version of Hazel!!!!

Thank you so much for this lovely design...just wonderful!
Hugs!

Kigwit said...

Thank you for the lovely stitchery. My favorite garden flower is the pansy but when I buy flowers I always buy daisies!

Mary Senkbeil Senkbeil said...

KATHY, I love, love love your work. Also love, love love hollyhocks.

Lynn S said...

I love all your designs and they are wonderful to stitch!! My favorite flower is the pansy. Which reminds me I have a pansy quilt to stitch too! Thank you for the very wonderful pattern!

Kathy H said...

Thanks for the pattern. It is so cute. Spending time with family is so much fun. My favorite flower is the daffodil.

Diane said...

Love the stitchery design. Looking forward to stitching it up. So hard to narrow down my favorite flower - there are flowers that come on shrubs, trees, herbs, from bulbs, seeds or cuttings. My favorite scented flower is the heliotrope but the flower that touches my heart would have to be the pansy with their beautiful fancy faces.

Michele T said...

Oh my goodness... your designs are beautiful!! My favourite flower is the Sweet Pea they are beautiful and smell amazing!!!

Elaine Jenson said...

I love your designs! My favorite flower is alstromaria. So Beautiful!!

lovely laura said...

My favorite flower, its so hard to choose just one.....lilacs and peonies and gerber daisies, hollyhocks, hydreanga, zinnias, snapdragons. Your embroidery is lovely, birds and flowers and stitching, a few of my favorite things!!

Terri McBride said...

All your things are just so cute. My favorite flower,is the sweet pea they remind me of my great grandmother.

Anonymous said...

Roses are by far my favorite flower. Grandma Rita

Sandra Miller Pitts said...

Thank you for this great give away. I would love to win your new book, love all your designs and have many on my walls.
My favorite flower is the Iris, look forward to seeing them every year, I even have a tattoo of one that I got over 25 years ago. ����

Michelle C said...

Being a girl from Kansas my favorite flower is a Sunflower - love this new design - Thank You

Laura T said...

I absolutely love the new pattern and will love making it for my new home in Terrebonne, Oregon. My favorite flower has always been the Gardenia. Thanks for the opportunity for a chance to win your lovely book. I can tell how much your nieces enjoy spending time with you and painting:-)
LauraT

Kristy said...

What a darling pattern for the blog hop. My favorite flower is a rose. They come in so many colors and types. Lots of ways to recreate them in fabric or stitching. Thanks again. K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

Cari said...

My favorite flower is the lilac. Purple is my favorite color and the scent is just heavenly. Your new book has a darling project on the cover. Thanks for the chance.

Robyn of Robyns Nest said...

My favourite is a bit unusual
It's the witch hazel. It's beautiful & smells divine

Debbie Busby said...

It's hard to narrow it down to one flower....but for a summer flower I love hydrangeas!!

Martina said...

I looove sunflowers! thanks so much for your sweet pattern! So lovely!

Meredith Gilbert said...

Thank for your blog posting. It took me back to that lovely feeling of a long summer day.
I enjoy your work.

LindaP said...

Love the pattern! My favorite flower is the Hydrangea.

Mimi Hall said...

I LOVE Daisies! Something about daisies just make me happy as soon as I see them!

Ondrea said...

Many thanks for your generous free stitchery which I absolutely love. My fav flower is the purple iris but so many others like geraniums come a close second. I shall pop on over to your stitchry club and take a peek now. Your lovely nieces sure look like they enjoy your tradition which is a great idea. I have been checking out your beautiful book since seing it on the Martingale newsletter email and Gail Pan's blog. So, I now have fingers, toes arms legs and eyes crossed hehehe.

Hildy said...

My favorites are daisies simple but sweet! Thanks for your pattern:-)

Julie.C said...

Hello all the way from the UK we are just about to have a mini heat wave here after lots of rain, i say mini because that's what our weather is like.
I wanted to say how nice your Bird stitchery is and thank you for sharing. Enjoy your time in the garden.
Julie.C

Susana Jiménez said...

My favourite flower is amaryllis... I wear some in my bridal bouquet. Thank you Kathy... I love your work and think your desings are wonderful. It would be a pleasure to win the signed book :) . Maybe...


Madstitcher2012 said...

My favourite flower is a beautiful blood red rose.Thanku for a chance to win your new signed book.

Cheryl Forward said...

all flowers are beautiful, my fave would have to be peonies, poppies, lillies. like i said all of them are gorgeous:-} thanks

Kay Brieden said...

My favorite has always been tulips!

Marilyn said...

Thanks for the cute design.
My favorite flower is the Iris, so beautiful!
Marilyn

Anonymous said...

I love your designs. My favorite flower is the hollyhock.....flollowed closely by the peony!

Barb Onken said...

Thank you for the pattern!my favorite flower is Lily of the Valley.

Barb Onken said...

Thank you for the pattern!my favorite flower is Lily of the Valley.

Jonnie Nottingham said...

My favorite flower is the Columbine. It's so delicate and I think it looks like fairies! I would so love your book. My bedroom has a bird theme and I carry that throughout my house. Your stitcheries would fit in beautifully! Jonnie

Sherry said...

It is hard to choose a favorite flower but I do love my hydrangea's that are blooming throughout our garden. Thanks so much for sharing this design. I am looking forward to getting it ready to start stitching.

Cynthia Lanahan said...

Difficult to decide. I love the Indian Paintbrush. Gorgeous colors and they stand tall.

Lori Lewis said...

Thank you so much for the gorgeous pattern! My favorite flower is the bird of paradise. It was the first flower my husband sent me so it is very sentimental to me.

VB said...

This was a new experience - leaving a comment. But had to. New to your site and enjoying everything in it. And your book promises to be a great addition to everyone's library.
As to flowers - are they blooming or about to - then they are my favorite. Cone flowers I love as they are standing tall and proud. Holly hocks are beckoning everyone to come join them. And if you are going to embroider them - daisies are unlimited.
Thank you for such a good blog.

Candee said...

Thank you for the wonderful pattern. I love it! So many favorite flowers.... Cosmos, sunflowers, snapdragons....thank you for the chance to win!!

Annette said...

Thank you for sharing - I love your embroidery designs! Stitching in the garden is my favorite passion! I love daisies!

cq4fun said...

Looking at your pattern (thanks for the reverse one!), I was struck by how nice it would be to have two, facing each other, on either side of a door or window. Thanks so much for this beautiful design! Your giveaway is great, too, thanks for the chance to win your book! My favorite flower is probably gardenia for the smell, but gladiola to remind me of my mother. I also love the lowly daisy and carnation. So okay, I never met a flower I didn't like, including dandelions! dezertsuz at gmail

Sandi said...

Your patterns are always such a breath of fresh air! Thanks, Kathy--I've done quite a few of them, including a large blackwork as I would ride on the Metro in NY while serving a mission for our Church...

My favorite flower?? That is reeeeally hard. So, my favorite this morning are the sunflowers that are in such profusion in my backyard. I love that the bees and birds love them.

Jennifer Evans said...

My favorite flower will always be a blue morning glory. So sweet of you to offer a gift.

sewfun said...

Thank you for the cute design. My favorite flower is the black eyed susan.

Seamster said...

I love the California poppy because it reminds me of home. Thank you for the contest!

Angelia Lanouette said...

My favorite flower is the simple daisy!

janice said...

I love flowers that bloom in spring -lily of the valley, violets and pansies. Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol Mina said...

I have to say, I have two. One is the Lazy Susan and the Rose. Thanks for sharing such a cute design for the Shop Hop! Love your work.

Janet Schmell said...

My favorite flower is Sweet William - Dianthus - in pink. My Dad's handle for the CB was Sweet William and my favorite color is pink. So when I see Dianthus flowers, I remember my Dad who has passed and say a little prayer. Thank you for your lovely posts and free pattern. onehotpipergirl

Crystal said...

Hope I am not to late. Love all the flowers!

Cindy A. said...

I love so many flowers, but I guess carnations would be my first pick with pansies coming in a close second. Love the embroidery design you've given us for this hop. It actually goes well with the nationwide hop, Row by Row Experience, theme this year which is Home Sweet Home. Perfect!

Kathy L. said...

Thank you so much for the sweet design. I love geraniums best. They are also easy for me to grow!!

Amy said...

Love your blog...favorite flower is the geranium.

Gloria said...


Thank you for the embroidery design. My favorite flower of the summer season is Phlox. I love the colors and fragrance.

Carole~Wheels on the Warrandyte Bus said...

My favourite flower is the wattle that is just starting to bloom here in Warrandyte, Australia. It is a sign that the worst of Winter is over and that Spring is not to far away. I would so love to win your book, thanks for the opportunity.

Anna Allard said...

My favorite flower by far is the Peony! I say PEE-o-nee. My sister in law says Pee-OH-nee. Either way, it's a beautiful spring flower around these parts.

Judith said...

I love Cleome! They are tall, fluffy, and come in beautiful colors of pinks, purples, white. They are wonderful because they reseed themselves. It's also easy to collect their seeds and share with friends. They love them!
Would love to win your book. Thanks so much for the chance!

Beth said...

My favorite is a rose. I just love them and grow them as well.

Joyful Quilter said...

I love your stitchery designs. My fabric flower is the Calla Lily. Unfortunately where I live it is too hot to grow them.

MarianneD said...

Thank you for the lovely stitcherie Kathy!My favorite floweris the hollyhock,we have a lot of them in the garden...

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the darling free Blog Hop pattern!! My favorite flower is the pansy. They look like they have little faces, so colorful and they remind me of my Grandmother. She taught me the names of the flowers, how to transplant and plant flowers. Miss her dearly! Juel Bagaason

lauraluvsloons said...

My favorite ( hard to choose just one) is the bearded iris ~spectacular show every year.

jackiero said...

Love the beauty and heavenly fragrance of the Hyacinth (bulb) flower.

Lisa Smith said...

Thank you for the lovely pattern! My favorite flower is the dahlia. I totally agree with you about the heat! When I first moved to Lake Oswego in 1987, I asked our realtor why the homes we were seeing didn't have air conditioning. He laughed and told me that we wouldn't need it. I really do think the Oregon summers are getting warmer and warmer. Last summer was brutal! Hopefully we're due for a break this year!

Sue Bennett said...

That is such an adorable project. Thank you

Susie Hoover said...

My favorite flower is the Zephirine Drouhin Climbing Rose. It's a beautiful shade of pink, has the most delicious fragrance, AND is completely thornless!!!! No troubles when pruning!!! If you or your mother don't have this one, try it. I promise you'll like it!

shez said...

Hi Kathy my favourite flower is a carnation,my Grandfather used to grow these and they remind me of him whenever i see them,thankyou for hosting such a lovely giveaway xx

Lisa P said...

Hello, my favorite flower is the carnation. Thank you for this giveaway and your lovely designs!

Cappy said...

So hard to pick one, but the poppy is right up there for me. I am so drawn to your work, the book would be divine to win. Thank you for your generosity.

Ani said...

Climbing roses!! My dad made a tunnel of these beautiful flowers for me to play in when I was a child. He trained them to grow over a wire tunnel he had made, it was tall enough that I could stand up inside! I have many fond memories of 'keeping house' inside the tunnel during summer school break. Thank you for the delicious recipe and wonderful stitchery project! Ann in NC

mangozz said...

My favorite flower is Cyclamen.

Tammy said...

Peonies are my favorite!

Pat said...

My favorite flower is the columbine, but really it's hard to choose a favorite. They're all beautiful!

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