The sun has got his hat on and he’s in the sky today!! It’s amazing how, even though it’s still cold, blue skies and sunshine can make you feel so much more cheerful. The dogs are outside romping in the garden as I type (goodness knows what my lawn will look like!) and I snapped this quick shot when they paused for a moment …
Daisy is growing so fast – Ben can’t swipe her over with his paw any more!
I sent the April issue of the magazine out today – so if you’re a subscriber you should have received it by now – together with your Easter gift – my Calendar Bunnies Quilt Book. If you’re not a subscriber and you’d like to try my magazine, my special offer is still open until Easter ….
Just CLICK HERE to learn more.
And finally …. there’s a new blog on the block! Rosie has started her own blog called “Cosy with Rosie” where you’ll find all her news – cakes, makes, bakes and of course – Daisy and Ben too! She’s feeling a bit lonely over there at the moment, so please do pop over and say “Hello!”, I’m sure she’ll be so pleased to see you!
Lovely picture of Daisy.
Read the magazine, going to make the quilt, and have read Rosie’s blog!
Another wonderful e-zine, Helen! And thanks so much for the Easter gift.
I’ll be busy for quite awhile enjoying all the lovely articles, projects and Rosie’s brownies! (There goes that Spring diet!)
Happy Easter to you all !
Oh Daisy you are such a cutie!!! Another wonder e-zine. The Bunny Quilt is calling my name as are the Mice pincushions. I’m going to have quite a menegerie of animal pincushions when I get them all done!!!! Thank you for your patterns and blog….heading over to Rosie’s now…xx Kim
What a face ! Daisy’s eyes see are so intense, bet she is a character.
Hi Brenda, yes you’re right – she is a character – more commonly referred to as a “proper little pest!” It’s a good thing we love her!
I am a subscriber but didn’t receive my Easter gift. At least I don’t think so. 🙁
Found it! So sorry. It was all my fault for not scrolling down more.
Ah, so pleased Charlotte – was a bit worried that somehow it had become detached in cyberspace! xx