Easter Blessing to all of you and hope you found a basketful of eggs or chocolate bunnies. It is always the ears which are bitten first on chocolate bunnies.
Weather was nice here and green weeds have grown fast with all the sun and warmer temps so today I cut Ben's backyard. And mulched the leaves of areas which had no grass yet.
Worked a little more on Harvey's Magdalena today after chores. Forgot to mention the dimensions of this and I owe that to my gal pal Lauren who always (usually) reminds me to post the size. Surprisingly she didn't remind me this time; hope she isn't angry because I mention her name...luv ya Lauren. Here is Harvey's Magdalena. To see a better picture without all the wiggly background just click on the picture to enlarge it and you'll see a more clear picture.
This one I drew to be 18 x 27 and it will be a wall hanging. I'm having lots of fun working on it and have temporarily put my son's rug aside.
As soon as I do the complete outline of the crow I'll start to hook the background and outer edges of the rug. Magdalena designs are a joy to hook on many levels: it is primitive and antique; you can use a lot of worms for the rag rug style rug; all the while giving you pleasure in doing hand work to give a personal gift to someone or to enhance the beauty of your home.
Enjoy the rest of your Easter Sunday and warmer weather.