March in Pictures by Jill Beaudoin

2 Holmes Street and 25 Cottrell Street  Downtown Mystic, CT 06355


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April 20, 2019 1 min read

March was such a busy month! It flew by and I didn't have time to put up any pictures, so here we go, a whole month at once.

March definitely came in like a lion and went out like a lamb. We started with some icy snowy weather.

icicles on a boat in the wintery marina

We had some fun playing in the snow with Betsy Mongrel.

Betsy Mongrel playing with her monkey fist in the Mystic River Park

I love seeing snow on our floating home.

the Mystic River in the snow

I dreamed about warmer days at the beach.

bracelets at the beach in Newport, Rhode Island

We tied some cool fenders that went home with happy customers. Here is a bearded fender that will grace the bow of Tuglet who spends time on the Mystic River.

A bearded bow fender for Tuglet

We also made another fender that is heading to Florida.

a manila bow fender

I took lots of brightly colored pictures of knots, getting ready for Spring!

bright spring colored coasters

18 colors of sailor knot rope bracelets

rainbow shackle bracelets

We made a trip to Portland for the New England Made Show, one of our favorite shows. We set up for the show and then did a little sight seeing.

setting up at the New England Made Show

We went to check out the Portland Head Light.

Portland Head Light on a gray and drizzly day

We also found a cool abandoned lobster shack that we had to stop and take pictures at. Does anyone know what these things are called?


 We also celebrated Saint Patricks Day with lots of green knots, and then the following week watched the Mystic Irish Parade.

Happy Saint Patricks Day - celtic shamrock

green and white ornament

green wine charms

celtic heart knot necklace in Saint Patricks Day Green


Guinness truck at the Mystic Irish Parade

We had a gorgeous moon rise over the water.

Moon rise in Noank

We also started tying crosses for the upcoming Easter holiday while March went out like a lamb.

celtic woven cross

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