Hello again! I thought you might like to visit my craft room again. It’s a very small, but lovely room. You might have noticed the lovely curtains. These featured in one of my first blogs and were made by my Grandmother, known as Nanna Amy. She hand embroidered two pairs of these curtains onto white linen. They were made in the early 1950s and I cherish them. Both pairs are hung in my small Welsh cottage.
I also have a cute child’s chair which is at least fifty years old. I don’t know it’s provenance except that it came from my Mother’s house. A lovely example of a chair to sit a dolly or teddy bear on. Actually to frequently drape my sewing on!
I’m going to blog everyday until Christmas. Wow! What a commitment!
I’ve been doing this blogging thing for more than 5 Years and still struggle to stay in touch! Hopefully the discipline of daily blogging or a daily blog”dose” will help to improve my blogyness.
Over the years I’ve more or less remained true to my original mantra ” Adventure before Dementia” and blogged about crafts, travel, vintage finds and life all accompanied by the odd glass of wine!
I’ve spent many happy hours reading other bloggers adventures. I used to read endless magazines but now buy very few. I suppose you only have time for a certain amount of reading and I spend a lot of my reading time on blogs. It’s rather like a self selection of magazine articles but it’s FREE.
I’ll stop rambling now and apply my thoughts and maybe, just maybe, focus.
Stay with me for the ride.
Hello and welcome. I can show you around my craft room because it’s tidy! Whoo Hoo! Well, sort of. Its not the Worlds biggest craft room but it’s all mine. Small but beautifully formed.
I have sorted, dusted, sneezed and organised. I’ve even labelled projects and threw out rubbish. Now Hubs would say that I don’t have a craft room but a craft house. He’s not far wrong as all my WIP S( works in progress) seem to travel around the house and are very fond of the dining room table.
Anyhow come and take a look at my happy place……….
Just a small selection of my craft books.
Christmas PrepOrganised?Room with a viewWell dear friends I hope you enjoyed your sneak peak! Come back soon for another visit.
This scarf is currently on my needles. It is the Hitchiker scarf by Martina Behm and this will be the third time that I’ve knit this asymmetrical scarf.
This is the current project-
The yarn is a 4ply which is hand dyed and hand spun by a friend from my Craft Group and is coming together very well.
Here is The original attempt-
I did knit another one for my daughter last Christmas but forgot to take a picture! For Darling Daughter I used a soft white yarn and sewed a pearl a each point. It worked out very well.
What are you Knitting?
This was the week that I closed up my caravan for the winter. I could have stayed until January start but Criccieth closes almost completely at the end of October. It always seems like the town that time forgot but that is what I like about it. A sleepy old fashioned town on the coast at the top of the Llyn Peninsula. What more could you ask for?
Reasons to be grateful: beautiful coast, historical backdrop, beach combing, stormy promenade walking, Snowdonia views and happy times.
Roll on the Spring to return to my little piece of heaven. Not to wish my life away but by then we will have had Christmas, I will have been to India and maybe be a little older ( and hopefully not any fatter!!)
I recently had a lovely weekend with my Sister in my caravan in Criccieth. The weather was not good but we snuggled down with the heating and crafted all weekend.
We did have one break from crafting when we went to a bonfire on the beach. It was good fun and interesting to watch the fire by the waves. There was a lot of people there but everyone was happy and having fun.
During the weekend I put together some quilt kits for a craft fair next week. Sis made some tapestry cases, I knit, the sewing machine misbehaved, and we had fun.