See those bits? That is all I had left from 10 skeins of Noro Transitions. I bought it for half price so she was a bargain. I love her...she has had a bath in some gorgeously moisturising Eucalan and has been blowing in the summer breeze to get so soft and fluffy. Even her reverse side is interesting....
I am looking forward to wrapping myself in her beauty and smelling the summer warmth on her. I had to make the fringe a bit shorter because I was running out rapidly, in fact, I was one fringe short and so I stood up and looked around me and found a strand under my bum!
Anyway, I am ill, got a gland the size of a hard boiled egg in my neck. I knew I was getting ill on Saturday at the jewellery workshop, which was brilliant by the way. My throat is so sore, I ache and ache and ache...been taking anti biotics since Monday morning but still feel so poorly. Barry says I will feel better tomorrow but he's not a real doctor.
Loads more to show you but let's just enjoy that actress Eleanor for a while.....I'm off for a snooze now x
I have been arty crafty for as long as I can remember but since discovering knitting blogs and ravelry I have become obsessed! My passion since last summer has been spinning, I simply cannot get enough of it. I am now dyeing my own fibre and creating the most delicious and squishy batts of fibre on my drum carder. I am enjoying using my handspun to make useful items of clothing.
I married my darling husband Barry in 2008, I cannot begin to tell you how happy we are together. He is so encouraging of my creativity.
We have our own photography business, set up last year and this year we are getting busier and busier which is great but it doesn’t half use up my crafting time!