Pride and Prejudice is one of my favourite books and so when I saw the book folding kits from “The Folded Page” I had to have one. It arrived a couple of weeks ago and upon opening the box my first reaction was that the book was far too pretty an edition to mess with! But this afternoon I took the advice from the instructions, took a deep breath and didn’t stop folding until is finished. So happy with the results. I just adore this!
The instructions were really clear and the process simple, although in my haste I did tear a couple of the pages at the top, back corner of the folder. Only slightly mind, and you can’t see the tears now. Highly recommended gifts. Find the folded page on etsy or Facebook.
Getting fit and entering races is not something I ever, EVER thought I would do. These photographs, race numbers and medals represent some of the greatest achievements of my life. I may not be fast. I might look like Phoebe from friends when I run. I may only have completed three events so far, but I’m really proud of myself and so wanted to create somewhere to display my achievements. I’ve already entered FOUR Race for Life events for this year, one of which is the half marathon and the summer Wolf Run which I’m doing with my husband this year. And I have my eye on a few more running events. So hopefully this board will get a lot more full!
I’ve started one for my husband too, who is more of a weights and mountain biking kinda guy, but as I say, he’s doing the Wolf Run too and has entered his first ever mountain bike race so we’ll be able to fill this as the year goes on.
Right, back to my sock knitting now.
What better way to fill a rainy, windy weekend at home than by crocheting?
Just finished this little fella from an old issue of Mollie Makes. Ready for Easter.
Just finished my Toft Alpaca (yes, then again!) bi-colour Pom Pom hat to go with my cowl. Cast on this afternoon and already done in time for dinner. Hurrah!
Bring on the freezing cold weather!
Now to cast on that other sock…
I am so proud! I knitted a sock!
Just need to make another one now…
On Saturday I went to Toft again, for a fair isle workshop.
We were taught how to do stranded Knitting and colour changes. And I’ve just finished my cowl.