Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Busy, busy, busy ...

Tonight we had a very busy and full house (9 of us in total) and by far the biggest gathering since our party night in June.  We also had a busy, bustling conversation crossing back and forth across the coffee table covering weddings, cruises in The Med, our next party night, a creative spiritual day out to Corrymeela, book club, pot luck suppers, Victor Hugo's Les Mis, and village fairs.

Lots of busy crochet was going on as well:
Rosemary and Anne continue to churn out Innocent hats


Welcome back Karen, long time no see.  But Karen has been busy and has made this beautiful needle case in doubles










And is progressing into trebles for her next project ably guided by Guru Patricia who has been once again drawing her tried and tested pattern of 'woolly sheep'









Leigh assures us that this tangle will become a tea cosy by the end of the night





Ta dah!




Helena has been travelling far and wide in search of new wool and found this one in Dublin last weekend

Helena is also busy with two jumpers on needles, two throws at various stages of completion and a blanket for Hombolo - there's some more 'busy'

Cooking Catherine continues to kit her boys out in aran sweaters
Anne and Rosemary produced the ideal picture for Queen Niqi's next major project which will certainly keep her busy!  Apparently the pattern will be produced next week ....  Just in case you can't see it very well, it is a yarn-bombed train!
Apparently there has been some yarn-bombing of statues at the front of Belfast City Hall .....  And it wasn't us!

1 comment:

  1. Well done to Karen especially! Though I do very much like Helena's eye for colour. We have a multiplication of gurus at Hookery. I'll go on (wo)manning the slow novice desk.

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