Green is still the colour for my Master S and he chose this yarn himself for his new beanie. I was amazed how the type and colour of yarn really affects my thrill of knitting. I prefer to only use natual fibres, this is a New Zealand 100% wool - but the colour got to me while knitting.
However seeing these pictures of my beautiful boy, it really looks delightful on him!
The sun has been shining here and I have been out in the garden; gathering ideas and thinking how I can make this home more homely. I really don't know how long we will be here, but while we are here - I feel the need to create and make it a home.
I have a bunting project up my sleeve and will blog about that tomorrow! It is very exciting and taking me a bit of courage to get started.
I have come back to this book from this blog. It is not an easy read, but most certainly a blessing and I am learning lots!
I am loving Yarn Along and following Ginny's blog. I am in need of another book to read... any recommendations? I don't like anything sinister or spooky or violent though - something nice... suggestions welcome!
Much Love Rach xo
PS... I am hoping to host another Squiggly Sunday post - please let me know if you would like to be a guest blogger!