Yesterday was the equinox, so happy official spring everybody!
Here in Seattle, the trees and flowers have decided to blossom with a vengeance! I swear, when I even look outside my nose starts running, and I begin to sneeze uncontrollably. Not ideal, sure, but does that stop me from picking flowers and bringing them inside? Ha! Histamines be damned! I’m going to enjoy spring!
But, maybe I should just stick to only non-allergy-producing flowers. Maybe I could work up some adorable knit floral patterns like these:
It’s not quite warm here- a damp chill in the 40s and 50s, so a lovely blanket like this, strewn with gorgeous flower motifs would be just the ticket!
Frida’s Flowers Blanket by Jane Crowfoot
If I had a little girl, I would totally make her this darling cardigan. (I wonder if my dog would be willing to put up with a sweater like this… hmm.)
Flower Cardigan by Ewelina MurachAnd, I have to admit that my teapot is shockingly naked at the moment. Maybe I should work up this warm-looking tea cozy strewn with adorable little violets and leaves.
Floral Knitted Tea Cosy by Madame WeigelI suppose I should just admit to myself that I’ll be stuck in the house, hiding from pollen until July. I guess I just need to curl up under a nice, warm blanket like this one and watch a lot of Netflix, until spring is done and summer is in full swing. (I suppose there are worse things to do.)
Floral Baby Blanket by Adi Keren
What’s the flower situation like in your neck of the woods? Have your daffodils come up yet, or your cherry trees blossomed?