I've been clearing photos in my camera. They're mainly of the renovating variety, along with some family ones from a week or so back when my youngest son and his family came to stay, but today I'm concentrating on the woolly ones.
I find the squares are the ideal way to use of scraps of wool and, as they don't need too much concentration, they are easy to do when you have a spare few minutes. I shall keep going with them because I have loads of wool to use up!
This is the view from it on a very dull day yesterday. Of course, before it could be glazed the Husband had to paint the exterior reveals. As the window is above a conservatory with a sloping roof, he decided to do it from the inside - with the window's cross-members restricting him - and me standing on the outside telling him which bits he had missed! This was why we needed to look in the barn for the masonry paint; it's just the way of things, isn't it? You start one job then find you need to do a bit more prepping before you can get on with it!
bluebell time - Although I didn't grow up in the area where we now live, I feel that I've got to know it well over the last 20 years. I've enjoyed that process and it's on...
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