Yesterday, I had plans. A drive in the country should have resulted in a bit of blueberry picking. I didn't note, before leaving home, that the concession road dipped south before heading east again. There will be no Mason jars of fresh jam in this post. Not that I've ever made jam, but I'm willing to give it a whirl. No jam (yet), but the countryside was beautiful.
Blog posts have been infrequent, but some photos I've shared on the My Little Home and Garden Facebook page, here.
A bit of baking,
a bouquet or two,
now and again, a question.
Also, of late, I have spent some time attempting to deal with this yarn. One hank, 800 metres of lace weight alpaca. It looks innocent enough, but I've never (in my limited knitting experience) used such fine yarn before.
It had an identification number which I looked it up and found that the colour name was, appropriately, "Lavender". I'll not confess how many times I've attempted to start a project with it. The Ravelry site has plenty of ideas for "easy" patterns. It's a humbling experience, people!
Time for a cup of tea.
Tomorrow, it will be camomile and plenty of it. Here's why:
This, my friends, is a desk.
It's bound to go together easily, right?
After all, it doesn't involve skinny knitting needles and lace weight yarn!
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