I'm coming to the end now so they'll be a tah dah moment very soon.
Finally I am hoping to post more frequently.................HAHAHA yeah you've heard that before haven't you, but I am because I really enjoy it, so thank you for reading my somewhat sporadic posts, it means a lot to me.
Just have to decide on an edging, nothing too fancy I think and I'm thinking the navy blue is the perfect colour.
The yarn is Patons Diploma Gold DK which is a practical mix of wool, nylon and acrylic. It comes in lots of scrummy colours and is a dream to crochet with, having a beautiful drape and handle making it feel much more luxurious than it is!
Isn't it wonderful that Spring has sprung, flowers, birds, lighter evenings and the promise of long lazy summer days.
Seeing blue sky and blossom has lifted my spirits a bit because frankly I've been feeling rubbish, since well AGES as I mentioned before.
Today saw another trip to the doctor and finally a diagnosis.
Post Viral Fatigue/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Hmmm not nice.
At least now I know what I'm dealing with.
I'm doing a lot of sleeping and 'resting' eating properly, not that I didn't before.
I am getting out and about but not half as much as I would expect to, projects have slowed right down and enthusiasm is a bit low.
So any suggestions on managing what may be a long term condition my friends?
I am finding spinning the most relaxing, stress free activity so am trying to spin my finest yarn yet.
A pretty merino I dyed last summer.
It's thin, really thin.
Small triumphs, tiny steps make me feel better.
Hoping that you are all full of the joys of Spring.