BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP, HAVE YOU ANY WOOL?
Well, the black sheep might not have much but there's lots of yarn on my blog this week! But first, the Jan Cave progress.....
It's still all piled up as we've been doing the gloss painting of the doors and skirting boards. But it's all finished now and we'll be putting everything back together this week - woohoo!! *Happy Dance* I shall take this opportunity to have a bit of a sort out too, I'm sure the stash can be rationalised somehow!
So the only crafting I've done this week has been knitting:
I'm using up my chunky yarns matching the plain colours (in the bag) to the coloured yarns in the box - nothing special, just beanie hats for a charity thing.
I have bought some more bits and pieces:
Three more balls of chunky for hats or something and some buttons - well, you can never have too many huh?!
I went with my mate Helen to Llandeilo on Monday, primarily to have lunch at the Gin Haus, where I'm getting to be a bit of a regular! But we found another wool shop in another part of the town:
Oooh, so much choice and so many colours....I didn't know where to start.
I was a happy bunny!
I loved the way the displays were laid out...
I may have bought some of these..... :-D
Helen succumbed too - well, it would have been rude not to! The place is called Deb's Wool Shop - I don't think they do online sales but if ever you come to stay with me, I'll take you there (and the GIn Haus...*grin*)
All the shops in Llandeilo were getting ready for a festival this weekend and the girls in the wool shop had been making Christmas trees out of tinsel yarn:
There are patterns for these but they'd all sold. They remind me of Cousin It from The Addams Family :-D
Finally, this is the view from the front of my house - it's been weird weather recently and we saw a cracking rainbow.
Do you think the owners of that white house would mind if we dug up their garden looking for the pot of gold?? Maybe not, lol!!
Have a cracking week xxx