While the boys played out front, I knit on this second Shadow Hat. I cast on 90 stitches and knit it farther along before I started the decreases for the top. I think I have it a bit too long so that it will wash and dry just right this time. (Still out of Chroma fingering weight.)
The Italian Non-Prickly Pear Cactus has its first bloom!
You know it is near to May when you see these yellow prickly pear cactus flowers!
There are 6 camellias on this bush-the last of them.
This year they have broke their blooming season record!
Our Magnificent Magnolia tree has its first blooms
-lots and lots of them!
I've finally had enough of the old high chair seat-
An upgrade was in order and approved by its present occupant! lol
That cactus reminds me of a great margarita I used to get at my favorite Mexican place. It was some sort of cactus flavor. They stopped making them though and I was so sad. Everytime I see a cactus, I want one.ReplyDelete
Lovely blooms! We have a couple magnolias around the complex and they are just starting to bloom - not nearly as big as yours though! Wow!ReplyDelete
Your charity hats are lovely. Your yard blooms are so different than mine. I love seeing the cactus!ReplyDelete
That hat looks so squiggly soft!!!!ReplyDelete
Your yard is full of such pretty colorful flowers. The magnolias along Riverside Avenue have been majestic!!! I love spring!
Your flowers are glorious!ReplyDelete
That is such a pretty hat.
Beautiful flowers! Can you reach any of the magnolia blossoms to float in a bowl?!ReplyDelete
The renovated high chair looks great!