Threads of Thought on creating with cloth and stitch
The sun, when it comes out, is cooler nowadays.
I'm snuggled here with a hot cup of tea thinking that I'll walk later in the day (much later when the sun is high and things warm up a bit).
Know what you mean...it is taking the sun longer to warm up the place isn't it!
I noticed some crab apples clinging tight onto bare branches today. They're very red this year!
All the better for crab apple jelly?
We still have amber leaves flying off the trees, but it won't be long before they've all fallen..
The woodlands look really grey now.
crunch...crunch...of our footsteps through first frosts, first freezes.Our first frost was last night. I love the silvery grasses! And if your woofersare anything like mine, Penny, they far prefer the cold weather. Both dawgs todaywent wild with glee.Is there anything much better than that silliness???
Yes, they love a game of chase in this cooler weather don't they.
I love the picture with a few apples clinging to the tree. I live in apple country in Ontario and often see and take pictures of the same with the hopes of making a wall hanging of such.Nature has so much to offer and so inspires quilting. Thanks for sharing such beautiful scenery pictures.
I drove through the apple country around Colingwood this fall.
Here it's supposed to turn cold overnight...not a prospect I have any anticipation for.
Thank you for taking the time to comment, your thoughts are most welcome.