Thursday, 14 July 2016

The Production Line Has Ended!

 And Eight Reading Cushions have been delivered to Save the Children for the Woodstock shop


 A toys and a book will be tucked into the pockets for some quiet snuggle time
 Yesterday I had a mammoth cut back on lots of perennials in the garden and uncovered a gang of these revolting creatures.
they were HUGE!!!
 As you can imagine - they are now no longer there - UGH!!!


 Saturday saw another family gathering for BIL's and Niece's Birthday celebrations so baking was done in the morning

Favorite Chocolate recipe - before the Ganache was added
 and a Magic Custard cake
  and I have been relaxing in the evening with my Hill Top Shawl.  I was ready to bind off, but had quite a bit of yarn left,  so have added an extra lace repeat,  and am weighing the ball after every two rows so that I have enough left for the Picot edge.  I'm loving this yarn and the pattern is a happy easy knit
Hill Top Shawl by Helen Stewart
and I may have cast on another pattern - just to see if this yarn would work - and may have got a bit carried away!

Antarktis by Janina Kallio
Sunday saw the making of the Fold and Stitch Wreath sample that the Group will be making next week

 And if one goes OK - you just whip up another
I am looking forward (I think) to this workshop with the ladies

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cushions and for such a good cause too! xx

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  2. love those wreath s, what a lovely workshop that will be, wish I could come! you are a clever old thing xxx

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  3. Wow you have been busy!! Love the cushions - maybe a workshop?

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  4. I think you should now take a well earned rest πŸ˜…πŸ˜…, but finish that shawl first it looks lovely X

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