I was sorely tempted to pop in and show you pics of the lovely little lambs next door - they are now cheekly little rascals, headbutting each other - aw, they grow up so fast, hehe :) Lots of crafting too, in between visits from family - what's not to like :) Here's a pictorial guide to the lot LOL . . .
. . . tweedie Kindle sleeves ready to sew and now ready to be sold, once I get them in the shop.
. . . cute lambs, growing fast!
Lots of crochet! . . .
. . . I relented, and treated my self to some new yarn - well, I had been working really hard, hehe!
One finished crochet panel (for something or other???) . . .
. . . and playing around with methods of joining my new granny squares (possibly to be used as a chair throw?) - I suddenly realised that after making a few of these, using 4 different colours of very cheaply bought chunky acrylic yarn, that I would have to think how to join them - I'm now thinking of edging them in black to make quite a dramatic throw . . .
. . . and just to finish off, a little bundle of embroidered Russian-doll softies for my craft fair next week, which I seem to be in denial about!
Ach, I'm going with the flow for this fair, I think. I'm going to turn up, set up, sit back and let it happen - or NOT!
I'll be back later in the week - normal blogging resumes - and shorter posts, you'll be glad to know - 'see' you soon :) Off to panic about my fair, eeeks!
P.S. Rereading my post makes me realise that it sounded like a very busy holiday - oooops!!! :) :) Well, it was a computer-free break and a school-free break, too - and very nice that was too! Hope you had (or are having) good Easter hols if you're in this part of the hemisphere!