a little colour

Our garden has transformed into a jungle while I have been going to the sea, getting caught in the rain, choosing birthday presents, visiting exhibitions, drinking cocktails, watching my boy learn to canter alongside a little knitting and quite a lot of sewing.

I would share photos with you of the green canopy that seems to have taken over this summer, where if you look closely there are mulberries, wasps banqueting on figs, juicy wild plums and their less juicy tame cousins, apples falling into the pond, hazel nuts and the walnut tree…but I haven’t taken any.

Nor have I taken photographs of the bubbles inside our two remaining beautiful Robert Welch wine glasses from our wedding as we celebrated anniversaries this week or the crayfish paper chain. But here are some sunflowers.

sun blog

The light is changing.

By anna osborne

Living in East Anglia with my family and sewing machine I cover empty surfaces with scraps of fabric, search for treasure at Emmaus and the Red Cross jumble sales and take immense pleasure from making freehand machine embroidered textiles for the curious and discerning.

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