After a few visits to The Wool and Willow Festival in Llanidloes. I have been busy using up my purchases of yarn from Dyed in the Wool. I used a pattern from Sheepfold to make this lovely, frilly topped bag:
I have also been doing some applique and free machine stitching, which is new to me but very exciting to do. I'm not sure what I'll do with this yet, probably turn it into a cushion, which is what it was on the pattern from Bustle and Sew (Appley Dappley Cushion Cover). I think it's lovely and fresh looking. Hope you agree!!:
I've still got some of the aforementioned yarn to use up, and lots of patterns to try out. So many lovely things to make - so little time!!
I have to admit that I have been spending a lot of down time watching The British and Irish Lions' tour of Australia and it's been very nerve wracking!! One more match left, next weekend, the series decider. I so envy my son and his girlfriend who are 'down under', following the team as part of their "Six Months Out".
They look like they're having so much fun!!!:
Meanwhile, back at home, plans for our daughter's wedding are coming on apace. Only 98 days to go, which sounds like a long time but I can remember when it was double that, and it's gone in a flash - eek!
The theme is Afternoon Tea (after where the proposal took place) and we have been busily plotting, planning and making for ages now. All top secret stuff - you'll have to wait, sorry!! Meanwhile' here's the happy couple on proposal day!
Time flies and so must I. Thanks for visiting!