Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Drying


A baby blanket for a special friend,




Apples from the backyard tree,




a gift left for me by a creepy crawly,



Beans on the vine for warming soups,



...and flowers to brighten the day when Mother Nature gives way to Old Man Winter.




Hope your week is going well
Much Love,
~ Joan



 

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

every one of these so different, but very much in the 'drying' theme. :)

Lynne said...

The Drying Theme . . . great photos! Your knitting is beautiful . . . a treasured soft blue for a little one.

Beth said...

A very neat idea for your series of 'drying' photos!

Sue said...

your blanket looks lovely, not so sure on the creepy skin..... We really need to try drying apples, not that we have so many this year. Do you dry cooking apples too?

Jenny Short said...

You've been very creative! I like all your projects. I have stayed away from that lace pattern but seeing your blanket I think I could do it for one row or round. Good idea. xo Jenny

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Your baby blanket is so pretty! I still have my baby blanket that a friend made for my mother before I was born.

Love the drying flowers!

Kamana said...

is that snake skin??? oh i think i got shivers just seeing it... i am terrified of all slithery things.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Very creative post and photography ~ love your chrysallis gift ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Buttons said...

Oh I love everyone of these photos. B

Susan Beth said...

Oh, very nice!

Pat said...

The blanket looks so soft and pretty.
The dried apples and flowers will be delightful this winter.

Nancy Claeys said...

You are certainly taking advantage of the weather... all in good ways. So great to see you and your lovely images at Rural Thursdays Joan. Thank you. xo