We’ve been back to our beloved Pembrokeshire, our home from home, the only place we considered as a moving too place. The land of half my fathers. It was Gwyn’s first holiday and she was a little cautious at first. But she soon found her paws! We met up with friends and their Pointers, one… Continue reading Some Away and an Exhibition
Oh my! Where did October go? Mind you, if I spend a little time looking back through, it was a good month. John and I spent a lot of time pottering around, slower than normal, starting to put the garden to bed for the winter, always quite a long chore anyway. We have some huge… Continue reading On to November!
I’ve decided to join in with the Faby Riley Stitch-A-Long Jacquie which started at the end of last month. I know I have many other projects on the go but this one intrigued me and I’ve wanted to do a Faby for a while. Variety is the spice and all that! From the get go… Continue reading July the Beginning
We managed to sneak away for three nights over to Pembrokeshire. The girls haven't felt sand on their paws all year and I've missed the smell of the sea. It was fabulously stormy so the beaches were quite empty, just how we like them. I had heard that there has been far too many people… Continue reading A Quick Zoom Away
Elsa had a meeting in London last Friday so I tagged along. The weather was pretty good for charging around city streets, appalling for June though. Once we’d checked our bags in and Elsa had gone off I went and had breakfast and decided to walk from Trafalgar Square over to Victoria and Shepherd’s Bookbinders.… Continue reading A Couple of Days Away
John and I have done a lot of travelling, mostly BW (before Willow) and I have never really taken advantage and been one of these people who sketch and paint it all. It's something I've always felt guilty about. The sketchbook is packed but it comes back unopened. I do, however, have lots of stitched… Continue reading No Stitch but Paint
When I was at Kingcombe I saw one of the ladies with an amazing little bag. She couldn’t remember the name of the pattern at the time but I managed to find it in the end. It’s a cracking little bit of kit called the Bionic Gear Bag, or BGB. It’s a very neat tabletop… Continue reading Some Actual Stitch