Hello! Once again, I am joining Jennifer at Thistlebear‘s Winter Project Link Party! You can find all my posts from last year’s link-up here. Today I am introducing a new project, Granny for Grandma which I am making for my Grandma’s birthday in November. This is a Granny Stripe blanket made using Lucy of Attic24‘s unbeatable Granny Stripe pattern.… Continue reading Winter Project Link Party: October
Wow, it’s been a while hasn’t it? But you know what that means? I have a huge pile of stuff to reveal to you! First of all, look what I won in a giveaway over at Lazy Daisy Jones! I am IN LOVE with this book! Just look at these dinky garden shoes! So far… Continue reading I’m back!
First of all If you reblog this post you help me, I help you and you help your readers, so everyone wins.. There are thousands of good blogs out there and think of all of that we are missing just b… Source: Share your blog!
Has it been only a year? I feel like I’ve been blogging all my life! Thank you to everyone who has supported me by following, leaving comments etc etc. This year has been amazing! :-) Eleanor x
The celebrations went very well and my flowers were great as decorations (not that I have any bias or anything!). The only issue was that there was a slight breeze but thankfully none moved very far! My job now is to sew some together and create a mat as a momento for the birthday girl.… Continue reading Summer Makes
You may remember when a while back I was talking about my Laced Cream cardigan that I mentioned it was for a birthday celebration (in case you were wondering about the cardigan’s progress, I still need to make another sleeve and do the edging). Anyway, I thought, as it is a big celebration, I would decorate… Continue reading Scattered Flowers
Apologies for my absence folks! I’m afraid I’ve been very bogged down with work lately – and still am.
I just wanted to reassure you all that I am still here. I have been reading all your posts and commenting so hopefully that’s some proof! I just haven’t really had the time to take photos of the things I’m working on (believe me, that takes much longer than you would expect!) and then put a post together.
By next week I will be past most of the deadlines and I’ll be able to share my current makes with you.