It’s Officially Spring

Thistil-gold-ShowcaseIt was the Vernal Equinox on Tuesday and despite all the wintery and bitterly cold wind (a short visit from Mini-beast last week, the cousin of the Beast from the East) it is officially spring and just a little bit warmer today. And, furthermore, with impeccable timing the UK Handmade Spring Showcase went live on Tuesday too.

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I have been lucky enough to be selected for this showcase and two of my scarves have been featured.

Tudor-Bows-Blue-bannerI think the two photos chosen are bright and colourful –  hopefully capturing that optimism associated with spring. Who doesn’t need some bright cheeriness after the winter?

Tudor-bows-blue-tied-11-InstaTudor Bows Blue – hand painted, long silk twill scarf.

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About agnesashe

Artisan, blogger and passionate East Anglian working from home.
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5 Responses to It’s Officially Spring

  1. margaret21 says:

    Those are beautiful harbingers of spring. If only Mother Nature could pull it off as well!

    • agnesashe says:

      😊 Good news, all change, I couldn’t find any trace of returning cold weather in the forecast for the next week after all. Maybe Mother Nature will be kind to us and give us a warm and sunny Easter. 🌞

  2. We have this ridiculous system that decrees a season begins on the first day of each quarter – maybe it’s a leftover from the early colonialists trying to mimic what they had left behind. I can tell you that 39 degrees last Sunday did not feel at all autumnal!
    Such beautiful scarves. I hope they are snapped up by eager beavers!

    • agnesashe says:

      Thinking about it surely the changing seasons isn’t just about names and dates, but our experiences of the cycles of our planet wherever we find ourselves on its surface. I am sure the local birds have no name for spring, but they’re all chirping away contributing to the dawn chorus. Enjoy your sweltering autumn. 😉

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