Hello lovely readers!
I hope you are all enjoying this stunning weather, and are reading this post on some kind of mobile device that allows you to be outdoors, squinting to read, because you can’t waste the sunshine in this country! Seriously, you don’t know how long it’s going to last, so grab it with both hands.
Anyway, I’ve just had a wonderful week off, with lots of relaxing, a fair few touristy activities and a good chunk of knitting. In amongst celebrating our first wedding anniversary, living it up Bath style and eating some glorious food, I’ve knitted the bulk of my summer top! There’s now just a couple of attached I-cord edgings, a soak and a block and we’re done! I’m beyond excited. (Yes, I know that sounds sad, sshh).
It’s not finished yet, so no pictures yet, I want you to see it when it’s pretty. For now, here are some of my holiday snaps and the promise of finished silk tops, and duckies to come. That’s right, duckies. Is your interest piqued? It should be…
The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor.
Artsy rain smudge in Aylesbury.
The paper roses Steven made. From his imagination. He’s incredible.
Pretty skies at the castle.
Flowers sprouting from the stone.
What survives of the tower.
Artistic window shot.
Pretty flowers. Niki tells me they are Irises. Thanks Niki!
The view from Hedgemead Park, Bath.
Another view from Hedgemead Park, Bath.
A beautiful week, with some gorgeous weather. See you soon for some knitting fun!