Hooray for Daylight Saving! Last night it was still light at 7pm. The sun was shining, Toby got home from work early and we all spent about 3 hours in the garden.
For those of you who were worried I might have stopped knitting, here's my latest WiP enjoying the sun.
It's all crumpled, as is the way of lace but it will end up as a Shetland Triangle, in Handmaiden Seasilk. Now, a question for all you shetland trianglers out there. I have googled for STs (I'm not going to keep on writing it out in full) in Seasilk and there are a few, but they don't say whether they managed to get one as written out of one skein. I don't want it any smaller, as I don't think it would be that wearable but I'm reluctant to shell out another £16.00 for another skein if I don't need it. Plus, my skein says it's Mineral but I have to say it looks a lot more like Forest on the Get Knitted website. Any thoughts?
I'm also reluctant to flex any more plastic as the results of last week's hangover fueled e-shopping spree have been arriving.
I have a couple of ideas for sewing projects taking shape in my head. They aren't clear enough to share with you yet, but once I've got them sorted out I'll let you know.
Want to see what I spent most of my weekend doing?
I know we should have dug them last month, but we had to mend the fence and do a few other things first. Easter Holidays start next week. I guess I'll be spending a lot of time in the garden...