My Oh My.....how many more until she sits to hatch them?
This nest is 5 feet from our dining room window and about 6 feet from the ground on a ladder rung under the carport.
I take pictures of Birdie in her nest from the inside of the house but when I see her fly off and out of sight, I run out and have my camera take a peek (and picture) of the inside of the nest. So far, I'm happy with how the pictures are turning out!
I made this bag at Billie's Designer Fabrics and I was one of three in the 2nd class. It's made of oilcloth and finished at 15 1/2" tall, 13 1/2" wide, and 7" deep. I got enough fabric to make two more because a gal can never have enough market bags!
The accents are a ruffly poly scarf (knit by mwah) and a cup of cocoa (made by mwah because of Chris and Denise).
I am my mother's daughter. She taught me how to knit, ride a horse, love and enjoy the unique characteristics of all living things, shoot a .22 rifle, drive a car, cook, be kind to people (if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all), sing, and country dance.
Back to knitting...I dream, think, read and talk knitting.
I knit every day.
"There are few things as rewarding as having someone comment on your blog. You have to think about it, knit it, write it, take the pictures, upload it...so when someone says something nice, it's an automatic pat on the back!" Fleegle