Phew - managed to make it up to the top without the need for oxygen or a sit down.
The leaves are turning and looked resplendent against the clear blue sky.
Of course, I had to have a little spend. I went with a view to doing a little Christmas shopping but I ended up being the main recipient :)
This gorgeous cushion made by Gale & Temple. I don't have enough cushions.......
This vintage apron which I think I am going to incorporate into a brown linen dress that has been languishing unworn in the wardrobe as I always feel a bit like a novice nun when I wear it. This would definitely cheer it up.
The work is amazingly neat and even.
And another vintage apron - I'll be ready for next year's War Weekend!
No time to stop for a cup of tea as Anne had to get back to the shop so I walked back to Mum's. She lives near the castle and has amazing views.
Back to town to do a little mundane shopping but still time to stop and marvel at the lovely town I live in.
The station - a little bit quieter than last weekend!
Oh, what's this? Only the nicest shop in town!
We have been busy little bees, Anne, Mum and myself and here are a few of our Made creations amongst the Found
Did I mention that I don't have enough cushions? Well, here's the latest addition - a bright version of the round cushion I made a while ago.
I was just waiting for the cushion pad to complete this as I finished it a while ago. I've got a few knitting projects on the go at the moment - three scarves and a bag. I need more wool for two of the scarves, hence why I moved on to another scarf. I took the bag with me to Finland and managed to get it finished (minus the handles) on the journey.
A mixture of garter, moss, stocking and double rib stitches which should give an interesting texture once it's felted and I made eyelet holes for some ribbon embellishments later.
Just the handles to make now!
What will tomorrow bring, apart from an extra hour in bed?