Friday, 1 October 2010

Hello October


You seem to have arrived so quickly. Daylight savings starts on sunday, not only can I not wait, I can not work out if clocks go back or forwards! (it's forwards right?)

I thought I'd share some pictures of the little felt garland I made, no idea what I'll use it for but I loved the colours together too much not to give it a try!

13 comments:

JANE said...

Ooh, Catherine - pure prettiness! I might just try that out with the pixies. It's Spring forward and Fall (Autumn) back! J x

Amanda said...

How sweet! Must have taken you forever to cut out all those felt circles. I am not a fan of daylight savings and was happy when WA voted against it recently :) Hope your weekend is a lovely one x

WSAKE said...

that´s so beautiful - makes me wanna try a garlang too!

OCTOBER said...

Hello Catherine!

Amelia said...

We SPRING forward in SPRING... and FALL back in the FALL! That's how I remember ;-)

Jenny said...

YES - forward! What a shame I've got to get up super early on Sunday morning...

Very pretty garland. I like the scrap pile, too.

Can't wait for those light nights - gardening after work, playing with the cats in the garden. Bliss!

Melinda said...

What a lovely colourful way to use some felt bits and pieces.

Jess said...

Spring forward :) Our clocks went forward here in NZ last weekend and it is so nice having the lighter evenings! Makes it feel like summer is definitely on its way.

Irina said...

Very cute blog. You have great patience to do it all.
Well done!

anna said...

Oh, these are just lovely :)

Hello, October, indeed!

Jac said...

mmm tried to leave a comment there but blogger wasn't having any of it...so here goes the second attempt! Love the garland Catherine, it looks so cheerful. I'm so envious of your extra daylight, our clocks are going to change at the end of october boo!

Martina said...

Love these Catherine! I still have all that lovely felt I got last year that I have done zip with...maybe I'll try something like this :)

Anna Patricia said...

These are fab! My little students can actually do this, what a great idea :D