Poppy Patchwork


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Thursday, 20 October 2016

In the greenhouse

It's a bit full in here
Looking left
Looking right
French marigolds anyone
My seed section
Avocado and acorns
This is the only succulents left outside
It was lighter tonight so I popped down to the greenhouse to water and check things, it's so full in here, my tomatoes are still growing and turning red, not sure how long the plant will last.
Not done too much else, work is busy so evenings are restful, I am reading another book, I should be doing cross stitch, it will wait for me.
I have cut out some of my bunting, I hope to be able to sew together this weekend. I have also starting cutting material for the new bags I am making, each bag ends up with 5 layers, making it strong and thick, I also want some patchwork on the outside, my head is full of plans.
We are hoping for a quiet weekend, neither of us have plans, so it will be a fluid time, we would like to get and see the new nursery, it's coming along well. Just plenty of sewing time.
The Autumn season is really showing now, cold mornings, and much cooler in the evening. My sandals are gone it's all about boots and scarves, summer was good whilst it lasted.

9 comments:

Simple Living said...

I love the Staggered look of the blue pots.

Julie said...

Lots of lovely things in the greenhouse

paula said...

Your succulents still look stunning.

Caitlin @ Naughts Cross Stitches said...

Very pretty. That pot looks gorgeous.

Caitlin @ Naughts Cross Stitches said...

Very pretty. That pot looks gorgeous.

Barb said...

Your green house is a wonderful place for plants to spend the winter even if it seems a bit crowded. Looks great to me.

Dawn McHugh said...

I have a few more pots to bring in, todays job, I still have peppers on the go, I should also start clearing up leaves that are filling the garden.

Jo said...

You're certainly putting your greenhouse to good use. I'm sad to see the end of summer, my hand knit socks are back in use now, it's come so much cooler.

thrift deluxe said...

The plants look great in the blue pot stack.

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