Over to the Market and these rainbow pride slices caught my eye.
We have a very large Chinese population in the lower mainland and this tree which lights up was adorned with red Chinese lanterns. I may have to come over and check it after dark one day.
I'm sure it must look amazing lit up, yesterday was a very grey Vancouver day threatening rain.
Check out these raised planters at the restaurant we had lunch at. On the left side on the bottom there is a tray. The restaurant sorts their organic scraps and the gardeners come and collect them and put them down the middle of the beds. Those are lids on top. Presently there are some peas growing out of the of the holes in the planters. The crops will be rotated thru the growing season. Also they are on a dolly so they can be rotated and moved to shadier spots when needed.
I purchased this magazine a bit ago for..
This project from Sue Spargo.
And on the same day I found this magazine for...
This one by Roseann Kermes.
I couldn't resist these black and white prints from The Cloth Shop.
These charm squares from Moda Ink and Paper.
A kit for a Canadian pin cushion.
We also stopped in at Maiwa Store and found these lovely wool felt pieces in green, Azalea pink and turquoise for an upcoming project. They have two brick and mortar stores and an on line shop. They do some wonderful symposiums. Check out http://www.maiwa.com/ for information.
I also couldn't resist buying a couple of their Batik printing stamps.