This spice of life crochet along was fun to do and Smudge has claimed it immediately. Still working on my Christmas cal and a few others. Started a monthly raffle for Kiwoko of which this month the prize is Flopsy Bunny
It reminded me of my wedding where there is lots of planning, you sit back for months and then it’s all business again.
Lighthouse by Linda Hamilton
A young girl called Rachel managed to get all the answers in the Dollshouse competition and won herself a 1975,s fully furnished Lundby Dollshouse. Jo Crawford one of the jewellery exhibitors came second winning the 1970’s Caroline’s home which he is delighted to be able to share with his grand daughters.
My large Denaway dollhouse, a work in progress.this was purchased many years ago partially constructed as a proposed entire meant venture.
My two cottages above And below I constructed under the guidance and instruction of Rik Pierce. I recommend you look at his other designs at Frogmorton studios, a very incredibly talented man willing. To pass in his skills to folk like me.
I just love the Autumn, especially the colours in the garden. We had a visit to Rowallane gardens and such a range of colours to see even some flowering plants I would expect to have died off by now.
At art class we were still focusing on Autumn leaves and last week I managed to get my leaves finished.
This weeks was more complex so it’s on the easel now until I get it finished.
I haven’t chose the recommended colours but I am using stylecraft dk and loving it. I have also started the Sophie cal that wS out last year.see below. It’s in stylecraft Aran, more muted colours for a change.
And I am almost finished a blue Wondersoft baby blanket.
Then as well as crochet I have been back for the new season of my art classes. With holidays in June it’s been such a long time but I wasn’t as rusty as I thought.