Aww....good morning ya little chipmunks, how are you all? I’ve had a nice sleep, so I’m charging on 8 cylinders right now. I consider myself to be a V8 motor engine and I’m firing! Lol
What kind of week did you all have? I had heaps of different things happen on so many levels it was crazy. But come the weekend and I’m kicking it back a notch in low gear.
Hubby and I had a day out in the city......eekkk!....to the dentist. Never a favourite trip for either of us and the results we both had after getting out of the chair was that we both are going to get a bum whacking if we don’t do better at brushing.
Yesterday however was a different day, I had a day at the markets with Heather the feather over in the lovely historical town of York. Half the work is keeping Heather out of trouble and in tow. You all believe that I know it. (I’m a good girl, I never do anything wrong).
Markets are pretty fun too, we met this lovely couple Anne and Harry. Their stall was full of absolutely fabulous healthy looking plants. Harry got into a bit of strife with us women but we soon straightened him out with the threat of the naughty chair. lol
Anne, Heather and Harry
All I wanted was a normal friend!!
Oh gosh, she’s looking!!!!
York is such a beautiful town and as you gaze across the markets you can see grand old buildings peaking out in the background.
Quick pics of goodies on our ‘normal’ table. Lol.
I’ve also had some time in the sewing shed this week. What to do with old show ribbons? I decided to stitch them together to make a banner to hang in the rooms of the Ag Society. They are looking groovy all stitched together.
Hey, I’m just buzzing about this cute baby beanie pattern I found on the net. The top end is gathered together by a length of chained stitches. Oh it is very sweet and also agreeable for the beginner crocheter! I used 8 ply when I did this pattern, so it’s come out quite small. When I make this again instead of hdc 20 sts, I will be adding stitches to make it hdc 35 sts. You can check out the pattern yourself. Just click here.
My project this week was a crocheted green and white cushion. This is made out of traditional granny squares, using 8 ply yarn.
Well possums....I’m about to venture out into the big wide world (that really equates to I’m off to go and stir my tribe up now). Have a groovy day, be thankful for each lovely day we are given and be grateful for your friends. I am so lucky to have this awesome crowd of friends and some family members that I hold dear.