Fortunately, the cherry tree in our front yard is a bit behind the ones in DC so I did see a tree in bloom:
We planted the tree about six years ago so it's still very young for a cherry tree but it certainly doesn't scrimp on the blooms.
The wild dogwoods are just past their peak but are still pretty:
And I found several clusters of wild grape hyacinth in the yard.
It's the third full weekend in April which means it's . I stitched on three pieces this weekend but will only show two as the third was a small finish that I'll show the end of the month.
The first one I can show is Just Nan's Strawberry Summer.
Here's where it was on Friday:
and here's where it was when I put it away yesterday:
This is stitched on 28-count Savannah Rose linen with DMC floss and perle cotton and beads as kitted.
And Secret Victorian Garden by Chatelaine went from here:
|Stitched on 32-count Carol's Meadow with the called for fibers and beads|