Hello my friends. I do trust this finds you well, and able to get out and about as you are permitted. Can you believe it is our 11th anniversary next week? How quickly that seems to have come around – I wonder how many of us have taken up the challenge set by Julia to complete an unfinished project? And whether any of us have actually finished it yet… I certainly haven’t! However. Our desks this week…
On my desk on the landing this week is the yarn and started blanket I am currently working on. I think I found that glorious random yarn in Aldi when I was shopping for my daughter back in February. It is gorgeous – and SO soft! There’s a little stack of dies on the cutting mat, which I ordered from Joanna Sheen – well, they had this fantastic sale…. and right in the background is the scrapbook – but I’m not saying anything about that at the moment – that must wait until next week.
So the reason there is a new blanket is because this lovely beige, cream and brown one is now finished and waiting to go on the poile (rapidly growing) for Uganda! I have been sitting crocheting in the evenings whilst binge watching Death in Paradise! It’s all there on I-player. I missed most of it when it was originally on as we didn’t have a tv then. It’s a great fun series – and the chief inspectors are becoming more eccentric with every series!
These are the dies I bought the other day. I was impressed how quickly they arrived – so once I have “finished” (???) my projects for next week, made 25 cards for the hotel, and generally tidied up again, I can continue with some more Christmas cards!
And that’s about it here on the North Wales coast. Except for a little walk around the garden. I had some fun with the macro lens, and it will prove to you that my large garden is indeed escaping from me!
Do take care, my friends, and stay safe. Wales is still off limits, as the laws here are different from the laws in England, so a little glimpse of Llynnau Mymbyr near Snowdon. NOT taken this year!!!
God bless and keep you all.