. . . on the book some of whose pix got lost while uploading yesterday. What a contrived link! Sorry. Here's the stitching on the spine, using a fine perlé thread.
And now the flowers, that have grown a bit since the last Spring pix. I've arranged them in a sort of sequence of colour. It is quite amazing how many gradations there are in colours. I suppose really it just goes in a continuous shading, not in separatable steps!
I like the shadows on the wall
and the shape of these pointy tulips
contrasted with the blunt curves of these primroses
and the small round bell-shaped blobs of the grape hyacinths.
This horse chestnut has been growing for 4 years, I think. It needs a proper home somewhere, out of its pot.