Her sisters, which I planted, seem dwarfed at a mere six or seven feet but they all make me smile :)
And, elsewhere in the garden, the yellowness continues…
Inside the Makery, there hasn’t been nearly so much to see this week – many plans have been made but I’ve nothing to show for them except a few dolls in progress…
Perhaps by next week I’ll have a more woolly post to share.
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8 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 82 (Yellow September)”
Your garden is beautiful ! And those dolls just darling
Indeed, inside that Makery of yours great things are afoot! Your dolls are adorable. May I hope there is a wonderful tale being hatched in that clever imagination of yours?? Gorgeous Sunflowers. What a sunshiney place your garden is!
Gorgeous summery flowers and the dolls are very cute :)
Hilacha (loose strand)
Great Mr Sunflower and little brothers. I specially like the California poppies, and … May I guess that you are hatching another Purl story with those darling little dolls?
Soma @ whimsandfancies.com
That is one tall sunflower! Magic beans?? :)
Yellow is my favourite colour and your garden looks gorgeous!!! You make the prettiest dolls, Janine! Perhaps you can sell them on your Etsy store.
The dolls are super-cute! Is there a pattern?
That's one huge sunflower! Love it
I absolutely adore sunflowers, just seeing them makes me happy and your giant one is gorgeous. I bet it's lovely wandering in your garden with all that going on. :o)