And the Queen's Birthday long weekend starts now...
It will be a busy long weekend with both sides of the family down to visit. Hoping for just a little time to finish my knitting project, do a little baking and work on my new crafting corner.
Sounds like a fun weekend! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your long weekend, I've been looking forward to it too. I've been thinking about baking today too, something to keep warm it's always nice to eat something freshly baked. Have a lovely time with your family. xoReplyDelete
Just visiting from down to earth, love your blog, I'll be back!ReplyDelete
Exactly how I love to spend my long weekends :)ReplyDelete
I have come via Down To Earth, what a delightful blog, I have enjoyed staying and reading awhile, I look forward to coming back.ReplyDelete
I have also come from Down to Earth and have just had a most enjoyable half hour with a cup of tea exploring your blog. I also have a pile of lovely craft books and magazines, but I started reading mine in the last two days, couldn't wait for the weekend! I love all your vintage goodies and inspired to declutter my house a bit to make my vintage items shine a bit more as they do at your place! Enjoy the long weekend!ReplyDelete
Hi - I've had a lovely sticky-beak 'round your blog. I see we share a love of thrifty treasures and Sally Wise!ReplyDelete
I'm hoping this long weekend I might finish my never- ending crochet blanket - however, I HAVE been working on this blanket for nearly 2 years - so chances of it being finished this weekend are slim, to say the least.
What a lovely blog you have I'll be backReplyDelete
Looks exactly like my book pile.. Frankie, Real Living and Little things to Sew! Have you made the tutu yet? XxReplyDelete
I'm here because Rhonda recommended your blog and it is indeed worth the visit. I particularly love your photos. I hope you don't mind that I added your blog to my blog list @ www.primrosehappysnapper.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Really good to check out your projects.
That wool is a lovely soft green - looking forward to seeing the finished product!..I'm super excited to be joining a knitting club - our first meeting is next weekend. Have been feeling like I need to be doing something with my hands!ReplyDelete
Have a warm & cosy weekend, lovely lady. x
your blog is fantastic.i like knitting and baking,too.
have a wonderful weekend,
Visiting from Rhonda Jean! What a super blog! Thank you.ReplyDelete
ooh beautiful photos! Thanks for visiting me!ReplyDelete
Nice blog, I'm in Victoria and we have a public holiday too. Judging by the frozen water I suspect you too are in Vic. Lovely blog with gorgeous pics,keep up the good work. :-)ReplyDelete
Sounds like a lovely way to spend the weekend, hope you squeeze in the knitting project.ReplyDelete
Lovely little peeks there. I want to see more of that frame. It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
It's been such a glorious weekend here. Crazy busy and lots of knittery. Hope yours turned out to be all sorts of fabulous...ReplyDelete
hope you had a great weekend, I spy a lovely photo frame in one of your pictures!ReplyDelete