For you fellow crafters, with your GSOH on. I saw this on Facebook and burst out laughing. (And I know, I know, a boyfriend is not the solution to life’s problems, and it should probably say spend more time reading your bible and be creative about telling your friends about Jesus and go serve in
Not much to say. A cousin and a dear old friend have both just brought little girls into the world, so I have been making some more wee ruby shoes. I’ve not finished the fourth, but I am now going to retire to a book.
I finished my niece’s rug on the weekend. She’s my oldest niece, and her rug came last, but that is simply how it worked out, without a whole lot of forethought (if I had known what I started in doing this …). I am not overly happy with this rug. I’m not sold out on
Heh heh. I spotted these t-shirts in this fabulous Jane Austen inspired etsy store, via a blog post of gifts inspired by classic literature, and thought them quite hilarious. And how great are the mugs? You can have Mr Darcy’s declaration on a mug, a scarf, a sweater, a notebook, a tote, a tea-towel … Or
You have to watch this. A flash mob, with knitting! Apparently, since 1955 a lady by the name of Loes Veenstra has knitted over 550 sweaters and stored them in her home in Rotterdam. The sweaters had never been worn. Until this day. Loes and her decades of sweaters were ‘discovered’ by Museum Rotterdam, where