Hello lovely readers! How are you all feeling? To do my monthly updates, I usually look through the photos I’ve taken over the month to remind myself what I’ve been up to. Well this month may be the most uneventful month in the history of this blog. ‘Ooh! When did I go to see the… Continue reading Wonderwool and a late April update
Spring, where are you my old friend? I’m going to take a guess and say that those of you in the UK are feeling the same. Thoroughly bored of Winter? Same here. I want sunshine, to not have to wear 6 layers and lots of new flowers and growth. March in Wales is usually a… Continue reading March update – Get a move on Spring, you’re late!
So it’s finally time to show you a finished object! I can hear your shocked expressions from here. This one has been finished for so long but you won’t have seen it since October when I was 12 rows away from finishing. As is usually the way, I finished, then went straight on to something… Continue reading Guilty Yarndale cowl
Hello you lovely lot! As the name suggests, I still haven’t got back into my rhythm yet. It’ll happen soon I know it, but everything’s been going on. And I don’t just mean that I’ve been consumed by present deadlines (although that still actually applies), but big major life stuff has been happening! Scary stuff.… Continue reading February update – still off kilter..
As always around the winter months, I tend to get a tad reflective about the year gone by and try to look forward to the things I’d like to achieve in the year to come. Yes, I know I’m hugely late. I can’t put my finger on why, but this always feels so important to… Continue reading Big new beginnings
I’m alive! I’m back! I’m ever so sorry for the delay! This post was originally titled ‘November update’, which tells you how long I haven’t been writing for. It’s been sitting in the folder sniffing to itself, wondering what it did wrong. Goodness I’ve missed it! And you all obviously. So hello strangers! How are… Continue reading The return!
So this post was originally going to be called ‘Sick bags’ until I realised what I was writing. First though, I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who wished me better after my nasty flu last time. I’m pleased to report that I’m still a bit chesty, but very much better now.… Continue reading Sick day makes