COME BACK AND FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED.....
Like this, for example....
I'd promised to make some bunting for my teacher friend Sue to hang around the outdoors story hut at school....she asked me ages ago and I forgot :-( Too many other things washing around this little brain at the moment... Anyhow, I finally remembered and dug a few scraps of brightly coloured fabric out of the stash and tessellated those triangles with a vengeance! You can also see my pile of sewing and quilting books plus the tin, which is full of lavender that I picked and dried.
I bought this pattern ages ago and can't remember why! It may come in handy one day, so I'll hang onto it!
I'm still making the little preemie hats and sewing up the crochet squares but haven't taken any pics of those! What a bad blogger...... But I've got any amount of stupid photos I've taken so I'm going to show those instead!!
This beautiful art glass was a present from my boys at Christmas. It's by a local artist, Jeannette Therrien and shows the Uffington White Horse, the Bronze Age chalk carving near the Ridgeway (see here for more info if you're interested.) Terry Pratchett, my favourite author, described it as 'not what a horse looks like, it's what a horse be'. Perfect. This is by where I sit at our dining table and the sun was just so beautiful streaming through it, I thought I'd share :-)
Random Pic No 2: The Family LLJ were walking along the Kennet and Avon canal, when Owen spotted these teeny beetles at the side of the path. They were bright, iridescent blue, only about 6mm long. That was good to see :-)
And finally, Random Pic no 3. My village, on the surface, is a small, friendly, unassuming kinda place...but there is someone with a fantastic sense of humour who just does things to make you smile. There was the infestation of garden gnomes in peculiar places a while back and then this appeared at the weekend....
Lol! I haven't seen any yet ;-)
Sorry about the lack of desk-i-ness, I don't know when normal service will be resumed, so you'll just have to bear with me!