Saturday, May 15, 2021

Central Kentucky is Blooming  

What a beautiful week we have had!  We have had very pleasant weather for the most part.  While there has been a bit of chill in the air, the sun has been shining and the weather has been glorious.  Our weather guy points out that we have yet to reach the 80s which is the norm for this time of year, but it has been lovely nonetheless.  

My iris have been blooming 

Our Japanese Maple (30+ years) shows off spectacularly every year - such a joy.

Our fantastic miniature lilac - I think the name is Kim - bought so many years ago in a little  6" pot.

This sweet oriental dogwood seemed to take years to bloom but it sure caught up quickly - I think it is called Kousa

Reaping the rewards of what Mother Nature and the Good Lord have provided me:

Unfortunately our son is highly allergic so when he comes to visit it is a sneezing fest.

Needles 'N Fins Stitching Adventures

Activity continues to build for our upcoming Tulip Time On the Rhine Riverboat Stitching Cruise set for March 31-April 10,2022.  People are so excited to think about traveling again.  The rules change daily - in our favor for the most part.  Fingers crossed that it continues.

                                                                            On my wish list to do:

The itinerary is amazing.  Please email us at to get your brochure and for any information that we can provide you.  There's no doubt that fun is to be had by all - stitchers and otherwise!

ANG National Seminar - Virtual

Don't forget that registration is now open:  

    Information on classes, pricing, registration, and other Virtual Seminar details are available                                 at


      To register:

Hope to 'see' you in my classes!


Yep, it is mid-month - again!  Time to post lessons for class participants.

We finished the second car of the Raymond Crawford American Train series.


Next is the Two by Two from Strictly Christmas.  We shared additional animals on this beauty.  One pair is the lions.



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