If you’re reading this then you already know how we woolly types like to live life in the fast lane; regularly playing yarn chicken, Googling wool shops whenever we visit somewhere new and fearlessly knitting and crocheting in pubs. So what you see now won’t surprise you…I’m doing the two colour edging rows in one go, the yarns chasing each other around the edge! I know – yikes!
I’m listening to The Trouble with Goats and Sheep by Joanna Cannon and loving it. Actress Paula Wilcox is a great narrator and so far I’ve laughed out loud lots of times. Do you remember the long hot summer of ’76? (My wax crayons melted.)
I’m joining in with Ginny’s Yarn Along.
Yes, I well remember the summer of 1976. We had a plague of ladybirds here in the UK and Southend Pier head was destroyed by fire.
Yarn Chicken – a game I do not win very often! Best of luck to you.
Beautiful blanket so far! sounds like a fun book!
I remember ’76. My children loving the paddling pool on Southampton Common.
Two in one – never thought about it but totally makes sense! Must try soon.
I have the trouble with goats and sheep and have yet to read, must get to it!