How did the rest of you get on, did you manage to see the amazing phenomenom?
Honeys little throw is finished and all ready to be posted. The border was a fun finish.
Another finish was the shawl all ready for Christmas. The border was a mixture of stitches some of them new to me but despite its beauty quite easy to master.
It is certainly on my to do list again, I love the drape of the shawl and its versatility.
Gerard painted a wooden coat hanger for me and I stamped it and added a ribbon to match the shawl.
Two finishes, gives me two new starts. A simple project for when we are in the waiting room at the doctors/hospital. Coat hangars...
Coat hangars, which will be embellished with a bright flower corsage.
The trusty wool winder has been out and a more manageable size ball of yarn wound all ready for another project.
A throw for Bertie, he loves a crochet blanket on his bed.
A start has been made. This will become my project for the evening.
As always I thank you for your support reading this blog, emails and comments. In my last post I shared local sheiling that we stumbled across on one of our little adventures. It looks like an old blackhouse that has been used as the outer skin for the building, so I can only presume it was built inside the beautiful stonework.
The arched doorway in the post titled Saturday Stroll is in fact an overflow drain that puts surplus water back into the sea. It does look so very pretty in the photo and could be a magic tunnel for the elves and fairies that live around here.
See you soon.