For Jane and N…

N retires this summer and has bought himself a project ๐Ÿ˜Š

Yes this little camper. Her name is Lucia.

Obviously there will be an endless list of jobs to be getting on with but I am really excited as I have decided on my next big project.

Crocheted blankets and cushions! Yay!!!

So I’m busy rooting through my stash to get started.

No big trips this year but hopefully a couple of nights away.

Woolly wishes,

Jane โ™กโ™กโ™ก


34 thoughts on “A NEW PROJECT

  1. I love it! The prospect of so many new fun projects is always delightful.
    I wish camper vans were more popular in the states; our options seem to be limited to enormous bus sized RVs or a tow-behind pop-up!

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    1. Look into Roadtrek and Pleasureway. As a happy Roadtrekker, I can tell you van conversions are everywhere, once you start to see them. They are referred to as Class B motorhomes, under 24 feet. There’s even a woman in Washington state, I think, who will convert a van for you! And there are a couple of pop-tops, and small pick-up campers.

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  2. How fun! I had a 1974 VW van at one point in my life, and it was fun to camp in. It didnโ€™t have the pop-top although I think VW made some like that. I guess you can tell Iโ€™m in the US because I never knew Fiat even made vans. ๐Ÿ˜€

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  3. She is so cute!!! ๐Ÿ˜„I love it. I love the old van. There is this really old camper I see parked at a store around where I live. It isn’t for sale, but I love it.

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  4. Oh wow – what fun. We are going down the same route, though don’t have the skills for refurbishment. Ours will hopefully be arriving in the autumn. She looks fabulous and will look even better with some crocheted blankets and cusions. enjoy. xx

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    1. We don’t have the skills either she’s a longterm project. Each time we’ve saved a bit of cash we will pay for something else to be done!!! At least I’ve got plenty of yarn so I can start the crochet straight away ๐Ÿ˜


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