I’m right in the middle of university deadlines so last night I didn’t get chance to sit down until 9.30. I wanted to do something while I was slumped on the sofa watching back to back “Find a New Home in the Country Summer Sun” (or something like that) but it had to be something easy. I decided to do some production crochet.
With tired, squinty eyes chunky yarn was the way to go so I made lots of little lavender middles for Katie’s blanket. When I came home this afternoon I couldn’t resist finishing off the ball.
80 including the three I’d already made. 160 ends to darn in!!
This is how much lavender I had left.
When I’d finished I realised the sun had come out so I took the dogs out. We are so lucky to live a couple of minutes walk from the beautiful Churchtown Farm Nature Reserve on the banks of the River Lynher. Normally dog walking is my exercise so I speed walk but after three days hunched over a computer, the late evening sunshine breaking through the clouds and a lovely fresh breeze blowing, I was in the mood for an amble. I took some really bad iPhone pics – it’s impossible to capture the loveliness of the Reserve but here they are anyway.
I hope you’ve had some lovely Spring sunshine to enjoy.