More of the same

Remember the picture of the hawthorn and redbud trees just getting ready to bloom?

Well, they bloomed!!!  Everywhere you look here in central Indiana hawthorn, redbud, crabapple, pear and magnolia trees are glowing with color and there is forsythia making yellow spots in yards and along the edge of roads, and pools of daffodils here and there just makes the bright, sunny and warm days even more so.  I was ready for spring mentally, and it is giving me back some of my energy.

Sandy and I worked Saturday on a series of shirts and accessories to support breast cancer research.  Both Sandy and I have mammograms that showed irregularities, and I have had a partial masectomy on my right breast, plus I have a aunt who is a breast cancer survivor, so finding a cure for breast cancer is high on our wish list.  In order to do our parts, we decided to create and sell certain items and give 10% of the retail price to breast cancer research. 

So, here is the first example of what we are producing.  They won’t be going up into the Dyed in the Wool store until after Kentucky Sheep and Wool festival in May, but if you are interested in a T-shirt, a tote bag, a draw-string bag, socks or a scrunchie, let us know.  We aren’t charging any extra for the breast cancer items, either.  And Scott drew the ribbon for us, which gives him the chance to show his support for breast cancer research.

3 Responses

  1. roxie Says:

    What fun! Love your design!

    And oh, the flowers that bloom in the spring! Tra La!

  2. Cindy in FL Says:

    Love the Spring flowers; your work is looking good-nice work!

  3. Robin Says:

    Those blooms are pretty. I love spring!

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