Sunday, March 8, 2015

Happy Sunshine Sunday!!!
It's March 8th and I am excited to be part of 
The Spring Thyme Blog Hop
by Stacy West 

 It's still 12 days until the first official day of Spring but around here
 we have been having Spring weather for a couple of weeks now!!! 

I sat outside today and took in the sights and sounds to share with you......
Our skies have been blue, our bulbs are blooming,
 the trees are budding, and our grass is green and growing.
 The birds are busy building, the eagles are soaring over head,
 frogs are talking and there are wild bunnies nibbling in the clover.

Oh......and a little relaxing in the sun for some!!!

We are truly blessed here in the Northwest!!! 

 I send "WARM" thoughts to all of you who are still digging out from the cold and the snow
 and I hope you find warmth, comfort and love as you hop from blog to blog. 

This recipe is a favorite of mine and is so easy to 
mix it up and serve it on a fresh croissant!!
Its great to serve a group of stitching friends!! 

Here is my little project for you!!

Spring Thyme Tulips

click here to download pattern

Happy Spring!!! 


daisydilly (vicki) said...

Thank you so very much for this adorable pattern.And all the pics of the Springy flowers

quiltgrannie said...

Thanks for the cute pattern!! Happy Spring to you!!

Kate said...

Thank you for the lovely tulips and your recipe sounds delicious. I enjoyed your photos.

Crystal said...

Thank you so much for the recipe and pattern. Can't wait for Spring. Love your pictures of blooming flowers, bunnies and sunshine!

deb-bee said...

Thank you for your sweet tulips in a basket pattern. Your talents are appreciated. Thinking Spring in Wisconsin.
Warm regards, Debby

Nancy said...

Thank you for the cute pattern and your tasty, healthy recipe.. I am sooo jealous of your spring...lucky you!!!!! The pictures are beautiful.
If you do get your trip into New England in, you must stop in Damariscotta, Maine and check out Attic Heirlooms shop. While there, enjoy a lovely lunch at Damariscotta River Grill. I live almost 2 hrs away, so don't get there often; but love it when I do!

Terri McBride said...

Thanks for the recipe I can't wait to try it and your project is so stinking cute as always.

Sandi said...

The first day of Spring, March 20th is special to me also, my dad was born on that day. Happy Anniversary Debbie.

Your pattern is lovely tulips are one of my favourite flowers my maternal grandparents were both born in Holland so we are linked again.

Your recipe sounds good, I look forward to enjoying it along with your lovely pattern. Thanks so much for both.

Quayceetatter said...

Thank you for the beautiful pattern and yummy chicken Salad. Spring is returning to NM!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the pattern and for the gorgeous pictures. You are blessed. I've seen some freeze-damaged crocus (which I didn't think EVER happened!) and my tulip leaves are a little singed around the edges, but I did see a hyacinth budding up this morning!

Glynd said...

Your designs never disappoint! Looking forward to playing with this one : )

Kathy Cardiff said...

The recipe sounds great. I will definitely try this one soon. Thank you for the sweet pattern. Loved reading about spring time at your home.

~*~Harvest Moon by the Lake~*~ said...

Thank you for your sweet pattern! I can't wait for spring thanks for sharing your warm spring pictures.
Happy stitching,

Ajay said...

Thanks for sweet pattern i never saw this type.

Ajay said...

Thanks for sweet pattern i never saw this type.

Angel said...

your pattern never disappoint.

Sani said...

I love your pattern style mentioned in this blogs