The photograph doesn't really reflect its beauty, but you get the idea. One of these days I will run down the croft and try to find the pot of gold, the rainbows are always such a pretty sight one of mystery and wonder.
Earlier in the week I had a stroll to the village charity shop, they are having a half price sale at the moment so well worth a look. I wasn't disappointed coming away with a pile of craft magazines for 10p each. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon, curled up by the stove.
Another great find was some vintage crochet patterns, they are always a delight to find. Not only a great addition to the collection but another hour browsing by the stove. I have a plan to crochet some of the doilies and make some cushions for the pew.
I picked up a couple of wooden frames that I intend to paint and do something with, not sure what yet. 10p and 25p so a real bargain.
My final find was a wooden tray for £1, which I intend to paint and stencil.
So lots of finds with some crafting projects in mind. I am still working on Hectors quilt, slowly but some progress is been made. I keep getting sidetracked with other things, mainly the kitchen or projects for the kitchen. Thankfully normal service will resume in there shortly.
The Canadian geese are still residing in the croft behind the outbuilding. It is a joy to see them along side the sheep, whilst there is no interaction between them they live in harmony with each other.
Changeable is the best word to describe the weather here today, we are now back to blue skies and sunshine. What is it like in your neck of the woods?
See you soon.