We are spotting lots of hand drawn rainbows appearing in windows as we take our permitted evening perambulation. I pondered about putting one in our window, but then I remembered I already have this which was rather out of sight...I changed its position so that it now hangs in our kitchen window. Am really enjoying the play of light as it catches the sun streaming in.
The life and adventures of a mildly dotty old bird.
Saturday, 28 March 2020
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very pretty. I see you are a crochet fan, like me. I have just crocheted some forsythia flowers and attached them to twigs. Quite realistic.Look nice in the sunshine on my kitchen windowsill. Easy to make. The free pattern was from Lazy Daisy Jones, spring blossom. You might fancy making some. Easy and quick. I enjoy reading your blog.ReplyDelete
How lovely. Sadly I only knit and have never learnt to crochet. Somebody else made the bird for me. ArilxDelete
I haven't noticed any rainbows, what is the significance?ReplyDelete
They are done to cheer people up and for children to spot when they go out for their permitted daily exercise with their parents. You put them in your front windows. ARilxDelete