Sun Flowers for a Sunny day OK in hopes of a sunny day



I love living in Idaho. I have been here since the mid 80’s and there are parts I love and then there are some not so much. I really don’t enjoy  the foggy days we get in the winter, they can last for weeks, so any day we get to see the sun in January and February its a great day. All Idaho’s come out of their homes like moles and enjoy the sun. It doesn’t matter that it might be 20 degrees it’s still the sun and worth taking a look at.

So on those gloomy winter days I like to work on something cheery. This little punch needle project fits the bill, not to mention it’s a great reminder to pray and we can all do that more   How can you not look at these sunflowers and not smile. Yes readers Spring is coming. I’m not sure when but its coming so take a few minutes to look at the winter sky and smile. If it’s like here you might have to Google a picture of the sun but do it. I promise it will make you smile.


About yarnsnthreads

Melanie is a fiber artist by profession, a person of faith by choice, she is always looking for something new to learn so she reads and reads. As a fiber artist she has had more than 20 years experience as a Hands on fiber artist and fiber arts teacher specializing in crochet, knitting, and spinning, and weaving. She has taught classes through various yarn stores, Community Education Programs, as well as in 4 H programs around the Treasure Valley and Idaho. She also spent several years as a pattern tester for numerous yarn and design companies. She is also the lead designer for Yarns N Threads Fiber Mill and With all her fiber arts you would think that she would have no more room in her life for other interests and things to learn, this blog is about all parts of Melanie’s life. You will never know what might be on her mind so come back often and see what she is up to now.
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One Response to Sun Flowers for a Sunny day OK in hopes of a sunny day

  1. Mokihana says:

    We lived in Twin Falls for two years and I just loved it. Too far from the ocean for this island girl, but I really enjoyed our time there. I love your sunflowers and the message… thanks!

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