so. so. ready.

Not sure what is going on around here.

It’s cold.

And decidedly not spring-like.

If someone sees temperatures over 55 degrees, could you send them my way?

Pretty please?

Thanks.

(How’s spring coming along in your neck of the woods?)



some other day

Remember the old rhyme?

Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day.

I think this past week or two have been a whole lot of those “some other day”s all stacked up.
I mean, here in Utah, we don’t usually see moss on our trees. Snow on blossoms? Sure. Rain? Not as often.

Nevertheless.

It’s kind of nice to see so much green springing up before the heat of the desert summer takes over. There are a few other things springing up, too. Little miss Lily was more than delighted when she found a “beautiful flower” for me outside. I have to say, she was so sweet that I was pretty delighted about it too.



Sneak Peeks & Pattern Updates

Let’s talk patterns.

I’m up to my neck in writing the new ones, and I’m so excited to share them with you in just a few more weeks. I’ve had fun this time around taking your suggestions into consideration, and I have a list a mile long of even more requests I couldn’t get to this go-round. It’s really fun to have so many projects to choose from–and more reasons to buy fabric!

In other news, I’ve finally got my Pattern Update page posted. There are yardage updates for He Zigs She Zags and Scrap Basket {remix}, so if you have purchased either of those patterns, you’ll want to check it out. Also, if you’re a shop owner, there are printable inserts you can slip into the back cover of the patterns you already have in your shop.  That should make things easier.

Speaking of carrying Prairie Grass Patterns in your shop, if you already do, would you comment and let me know? (And thanks for carrying them, too!) I’m compiling page with a list of places to buy them, and I’d love to include you.

You guys are the best–thanks for all the kind words and support as I work through my first-timer-ness.

xoxo

April

P.S. Next stop? Busting out the colored pencils. Stay tuned.



Twins: age Three.

Some people ask me what it’s like to have twins.

Instead of telling you, let me show you.

I love them so, so much…but man oh man. They sure know how to keep a Mama busy. While this is (I’m sure) true of kids in general, I think there is a special kind of craziness reserved for moms of multiples.

But then, there are moments like this.

And this.

And this.

And this.
And this.

And this.

And I’d say a little glitter on the carpet is worth it.

What’s it like having twins, you ask? Incredible.

(And really, really messy.)

P.S. I do clean my house. Really.



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