Skip to main content

From Blah To Yuk And No Ta Dah

I wanted to show you my gorgeous Spring Flower Bag.
BUT
I just couldn't get it done.
Everything went in slow motion, no energy. Just felt well,
YUK
Should have taken a leaf out of Howards book.


Now there's a cat who knows how to relax.
He knows exactly how to look after himself!


So no Ta Dah yet,
but soon
very soon!
Have a great Monday
I am off to drag myself to work now.
♥Sue♥

Comments

  1. I love your bike - and your crochet flowers - what a beautiful blog, love Kate from greedy for colour xxooxx.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Oh, yes. Have these feelings on almost on a daily basis.

    Here's to catnaps!...

    ReplyDelete
  3. I like your cat and his crocheted cushion cover.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Awww your cat looks just like the cat I had thirty years ago! His name was Paul. So handsome! Thanks for the memory :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh thank you! It's funny how you never forget a special pet they stay in our hearts forever don't they.

      Delete

Post a Comment

Thank you so much for taking the time to read my ramblings and comment on them! I love to read all your thoughts and messages, they really inspire me and encourage me to continue my crafting adventures!

Popular posts from this blog

Five Photo Friday

Half term, it's been too short. It's been all about these gorgeous boys. Beautiful Brodie, two weeks today.

And Finlay the most fantastic two year old EVER! That's true, cos I'm his Nana. ♥
Finlay's birthday cake. Just so you all know, I'm never making a Thomas cake again, fiendishly tricky!

 We also spent some time checking out Storm Brian. Very stunning he was too.


That's it, end of another holiday. Roll on Christmas then!!!!! Love ♥Sue♥

Back in the zone

Hello So it's been a while but I think it's safe to say that I'm back in the zone! The spinning wheel is out and I'm loving it. Loving the calm rhythmic movement of fibre flowing through my fingers, watching the bobbins fill with gorgeous colour, enjoying the meditative process that spinning is. I've been spinning some beautiful Alpaca and silk that I dyed AGES ago. It's very soft and fluffy but spins up really well wanting to be thin and sophisticated.

I've also been admiring this beauty, I know a rainbow landed on the rug! It's Milk Fibre, it take dye amazingly well, it's incredibly fine and slippery. I tried spinning it 'neat' but it proved impossible so I'm carding it with Merino.

What do you think?


I'm really pleased, I'm a carding newbie but again it's a wonderful process which I find completely absorbing.

I'm planning on carding each rainbow colour separately I'll let you know how it goes.
So how are you all? Hopefully f…

Five Photo Friday

Last weekend saw another trip to the woods,  more beautiful bluebells and wild flowers.  It's so wonderful spending time outside in Nature.






I've also been spinning some gorgeous merino. Nice and thin!


Topped off with a little crochet play in the sunshine. Whilst I recover from my day out in the woods!  Yeah a whole week to get over one trip, Chronic Fatigue is RUBBISH!

Still least I can sit in my beautiful garden. How's your week been, what have you all been making, doing, enjoying? Do tell! Love ♥Sue♥