And so I was wandering around our old village with the Toddler Twinnage, in the warm almost-spring sunshine. (There is a crochet point to this post, honest. I'm working up to it.) We noticed many things: the ancient thatched walls... ...and the early spring flowers, pretty much all of which are either yellow or purple, a combination that maintains my belief in nature as genius designer. I mean, look at the colour wheel: yellow is pretty much opposite purple, so we're onto a winner in Continue Reading
Vest tops and rainbows
Oops, I've been a bit quiet on here. With apologies to my lovely bloggy acquaintances whom I've neglected. Normal chattiness will be restored shortly. Life has irritatingly intervened. I do wish it wouldn't do that. Doesn't it realize that I have priorities? Anyway, I'm still temporarily swerving a little away from the housey theme of this blog, to indulge my longstanding love of Adriafil Knitcol (not to mention my longstanding love of the toddler twinnage ;-) ) and make a few of these in Continue Reading
I do love a grumpy statue, so I do.
You probably don't need me to say this yet again, but I will: the monster stained glass window crochet afghan is still in progress. But it's nearly done. An over-excited ta-da post is coming soon. Much has been neglected in the pursuit of crocheted completeness. So. Meanwhile. And. Well as it happens, the twinnage and I have been out and about again, pottering around the countryside seeking quirkiness, as we do. Let's talk about that whilst I busily brandish my crochet hook. I've Continue Reading