Autumn is slowly drawing to a close, with the winter solstice around the corner. Our walks are getting more wet and muddy. The sky displays gorgeous and ever changing artwork reflecting the light of the sun, hiding somewhere behind the clouds…
A couple of months ago, I finished this jumper for Jo, a lovely and talented lady who plays the accordion :
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! As you are about to put the Christmas tree away and remove all traces of any festive season activities, before you recycle all these Christmas cards, WAIT! and read on…
Well it’s Autumn. I have a real fondness for Autumn. I tend to wrap things up in Autumn. For me it’s a time when things just come together, when all of my ideas and ‘works in progress’ come to fruition. This last week saw a couple of important milestones for me.
Another month has passed… thousands of stitches later : Hello World! :) Where did the time go? March felt like a second. This Winter felt like a blur.
The weather is getting warmer. The days are slowly but surely getting longer. The sun has been out for the last couple of days… All I have to say is : Hooray! On the Knitting Front:
Yesterday I took Boy to my Local Yarn Store, so he could carefully choose the yarn he liked best for me to knit him his very own hat, designed with his own requirements. It had to be blue, because blue has always been his favourite colour… with a dash of red to stay in theContinue reading “‘Twas The Sunday Before Christmas…”
UK Overnight – Sunshine and showers, with frost for many overnight. Showers will ease through the evening, leaving most places dry overnight. It’ll be a cold night, with frost for many, especially further north. Mist and fog is likely for some later in the night, this dense in some places. That sounds like the weather forecastContinue reading “The weather forecast:”
“Properly practiced, knitting soothes the troubled spirit, and it doesn’t hurt the untroubled spirit either.” — ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN
I’m currently lost in mitten world.