On Tuesday night my neighbour and I helped to feed the local river bird population. And my are they a greedy lot😅
The man who normally does it was unable to do any lifting and as they eat a big sack of seed that was a problem 🤔 No one wants to see hungry ducks!!! So we trollied the sack to the river and got on with feeding them.
A great way to spend a summer evening. Not sure as I would fancy it in the winter though!
Lock down is easing but hair dressers are not back yet. My roots were appalling and the fiery red had faded somewhat in the sunshine so I have had another go at my hair.
Quite pleased with the results. The same can’t be said for my face. Far too much sunshine has made me quite red and blotchy!!!
I have decided to have a go at making a patchwork quilt for N’s granddaughter but as I haven’t really done anything like this in a very long time I have had a practice on a cheap fat quarter picked up at Aldi, reduced so it really was cheap.
My efforts so far. A bit of pressing and stretching will be required to make them match 😂
I have been working on the above for what seems like forever but in fact only since the end of April. It is for my partner’s granddaughter who we still haven’t met but he does get a daily photo – thank heaven for social media!!!
Anyway I am doing another one but reversing the colours, blue cardi with pink trim. Will get a crack on because, although they are to wear in the Autumn I think I will have to post them. The little one will be walking and talking before we get to meet her 😂
Hoping that your projects are moving faster than mine?
May has been and gone and what a scorcher! Another busy month at work. Lots of walks with clients, ensuring that they exercise but social distance as well!
Walking is great but I could do with it being a little cooler. However, I am sure I will be moaning when I am still having to go out walking and it is hammering down with rain 🤔
I sent 3 incubator blankets off to the warm baby project and received a lovely reply but they currently have enough knitwear so I will need to find something else to occupy my needles.
I decided to join the LKknitalong and did a couple of practice squares with yarn from my stash. I bought the correct yarn from LoveCrafts. It was so lovely I spent a week just admiring my purchase but I have finally done a trellis shell Square in the merino yarn. It needs a bit of blocking but quite pleased with myself. Three more squares to do! And the next patterns are available on Thursday 🤗
Looking forward to a bit of rain during June in the hope of reviving the dust bowl that is my garden.
Hoping everyone is keeping safe now that the lockdown is easing 🌈
I have just returned from an evening walk after a day at work. It has been baking hot all day but it has cooled down a little this evening.
Since the announcement of a slight easing of the lockdown the world seems to have come out to enjoy the sunshine and get drunk. I was walking past a local playing field where a group called out offering beers. I politely declined. It is a worry because so many are going to have to continue shielding for a long time to come!
Anyway back to my walk. Look at these lovely dog roses.
And the blackberry blossom
So my walk is not as peaceful as it has been and there are certainly a lot more cars on the roads 🚗🚗🚗
Bank holiday Monday but frankly all the days seem to merge into each other. We have done some gardening as a family and sadly the bottom fell out of the pot that N was moving. He was not a happy bunny as he got covered in soil and then horror of horrors there were snails on the side of the pot 🐌
I came to the rescue, more for the sake of the snails than N 😂
My son, bless him, has sawn down a couple of shrubs for me while I have been pulling up nettles on the river bank. My arms are quite tingly now but I am pleased with the results and I got to chat to lots of walkers 😆
But most exciting of all my wool has arrived for the Let’s Knit KAL:
I am so happy and excited – I obviously need to get out more!!!
I am happy with my trellis shell square so will be knitting those up in this lovely merino wool but will have another go at the windmill square with yarn from my stash!