There has been a bit of action in the evenings though - relaxed in my comfy chair, I've made some progress on a few bits and pieces.
I finished these two vests I'd started earlier in the month —
|Both the same pattern, needles etc - just different wool (although |
both labelled as the same weight).
|hehe - photo bombing pic|
And I've finished this month's Whimsical Woodland Mystery Stitchery block (through The Country Yard) —
nofussswappers group but aren't being a very active member!
In between other projects in the evenings I've been making more zoo animals blocks —
I was thinking a teal to join them all together (ED's favourite colour) but she thought something more earthy. So we'll have to play and see.
ED's really slowed down on the crocheting lately - last week her babies Lily and George were born.
They were decent sized babies so it's no wonder ED spent the last weeks of her pregnancy feeling very large and uncomfortable. (George was 7 ½ lbs and Lily was 8lbs!).
They came for their first visit to the farm the other day - no tractor rides but I think Mum and Dad just wanted a change of scenery. We're so lucky that they live close, it's nice being able to help.
|Bacon and Egg Pie (to be cooked) and Chocolate Weet-bix Slice.|
First major cooking achievements in my new kitchen :-)
It's nearly calf-time so I'm off -
Happy stitches ♥