Monday, March 24, 2014

weekly stills....







weekly stills:

1. Tomatoes and basil, the tastes of summer linger on. Yum.

2. Harlequin blanket has stalled at the final stage, just got to get the edge finished off.

3+4. New woolly love to grab my crafty attention, got the needles out for this one.  
So much beautiful colour play in this yarn!
( it's Malabrigo - Rios if you are wondering)

5. A pile of books to dip into in spare time.

6. I bought this big bag of baby pea shoots the other day and have been having a big handful in a wrap with salmon for lunch, it's really delish!

How was your week?


Joining up with the other weekly stillers over at Emily's place here.

15 comments:

  1. Those tomatoes look s-o good! It's been so long since we've had a fresh vine ripened tomato, but it's getting closer. :) Spring weather has made an appearance, so I've been outside every moment possible this week, checking in the bee hives, weeding flowers, checking on freshly sown seeds, readying more to sow. Not a lot of time hooking lately, but working on some mini bunting in thread. Have a great day!

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  2. Love your pictures. I love those sweet tastes of summer especially th pea shoots. Yummy

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  3. Getting hunry for lunch with your last photo, :) Love the colours of the wool you have used in all pieces , will be lovely to see how the last two projects turn out.

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  4. Nice snaps! Very homely. I like makign salads with some green veggies and I like tomatoes and cucumbers.
    can't wait to see your finished blanket.
    Have a lovely day!

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  5. Oh, I can't wait for tomato salad again!! xx

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  6. OH goodness. I love these stills. Makes me feel so homey and cozy. It's still freezing here, so seeing this reminds me of warmer days :)

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  7. Gorgeous post! Ripe tomatoes and equally juicy yarn! Chrissie x

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  8. Lovely stills and I love your new look x

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  9. I was hoping you would share the yarn you used in the third and fourth photos! It's gorgeous! Also, I see you have "The Secret Life of Bees" in your book pile. I really loved that book. I'm listening to another book of hers on Audible entitled "The Invention of Wings." It's about the beginnings of the anti-slavery movement in the early 1800's. It's awesome. And the narrators are great in the audio version.

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  10. Such beautiful wools you have. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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  11. Beautiful snaps!! I made my last batch of basil this week - til next season!!

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  12. So nice to see your warm weather photos while the cold still lurks around here. I'll have to try eating pea shoots like that. I've seen them and wondered.

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  13. You've been very busy again :-) Lovely photos.
    Tracey xx

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  14. Those tomatoes are crying out for cooking. I made a dahl with mine but alas l didn't have enough homegrown to make sauce this year. Matthew evans is so inspiring. happy reading, you are going to be busy. x

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