My first ever blog … my creativity cannon, but hopefully not a loose one.
After 65 years of making things with yarn, card, flour and other things I thought it was time to focus and let the world know.
I no longer spend hours in the kitchen so you won’t get (many) recipes; I’ve given up cardmaking because I know I just don’t have the flair for it … but if you come to my house you’ll find I’m a hoarder and you might just get buried under an avalanche of yarn once you’ve tripped over the sewing machines, the knitting machine (that I’m still trying to get to grips with) and various containers full of bags for storage, knitting needles, crochet books and hooks, and naturally all the WIPS (works in progress).
It’s time to organise! And this blog, very much a work in progress, will invite you to come with me on this very new and exciting journey to try to achieve what my dreams have always been. So please do get in touch as I’d love to hear from you, to get advice and maybe even give it sometimes.
As a point of interest, and perhaps thus augurs well, today is St. Blaise’s day. According to Wikipedia:
Saint Blaise, was a physician, and bishop of Sebastea in historical Armenia. According to the Acta Sanctorum, he was martyred by being beaten, attacked with iron combs, and beheaded. He is the patron saint of wool combers. He died in Sivas, Turkey, in 316 AD.
Bye for now.