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Now back to knitting and The GBSB too

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I have been truly wiped out with a heck of a cold for the last couple of weeks so knitting, crafting and blogging has taken a back seat. Sadly this even included my birthday and all the plans I had surrounding it – so things got cancelled and reworked and put off. On top of this hubby has gone off for a two week business trip (after my birthday, he was here for that at least) – so no-one’s been home to make me hot lemon and honey and generally fuss (he might think this a good thing!). Thank goodness for the bolstering of good friends, I thank you, you know who you are.

So at last I am almost back to feeling ticketty-boo (quoting from a 2001 film I caught yesterday!*) and I am almost back to crafting too so you may see more from me on here over the next couple of weeks.

Today I started a child’s sparkly bolero, the yarn sparkles and the sunshine does too. Yarn from my stash.

When unwell knitting patterns and yarn would not play ball. Thank goodness I’d just finished the last hat I was making but it went off to it’s new home without a photo snapped. So today picking needles back up I am not nagging myself that I should be returning to a larger half-done project and using part of my stash means I can restock sooner.

The Great British Sewing Bee is back on TV as well so at least there has been some sewing inspiration albeit no sewing action. Who else has been admiring the contestants progress? Will anyone guess who might win overall? I know it’s early days but … I am already thinking Leah or Jen. It was sad to see Ben go but maybe his talents lie in fabric design rather than fabric manipulation? Just my opinion, I am no expert and enjoy the show as entertainment only.

Happy crafting to all.

*2001 Film, Crush with Andie McDowell, incredibly girly film. I realised I was watching the outfits just as much as the story. How I wish I could sew better and I would love to try a bit of millinery one day.

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