My mini Havana is coming along slowly. I made a mistake about 4 rows down and loved the fact it was easy to fix. Because you are always working each row individually from right to left, not back and forth, if you make a mistake it is super easy to just unpick part of the rows above the mistake and then re-crochet the end of each row. I hope that makes sense, I should have taken a photo.
Now I have an outlet for sales my selfish crafting time will reduce significantly, especially as it’s time to get cracking on making things for Christmas (gifts and stock for the shop).
No wet felting this week, instead I have been needle felting. We had put 10 fairies up in the shop as a test and I was contacted by the owner, Hazel, to say only 3 were left so she needed some more. I dropped off some ready made ones and then started a little fairy production line. I will be doing a separate post this week about how I make my fairies and showing the 10 I have made this week. Here’s a sneak peak of the not quite finished 10.
We got back from our mini break on Tuesday evening. On the way home we stopped in Durness for a hot chocolate and walk on another of our favourite beaches. We then headed south but a different route as we wanted to check the location of a holiday cottage we were considering for later in the year. We have since booked that cottage for a week in November. I just can’t get enough of being near the coast! I’ll leave you with another coastal image.
This is a Year of Projects post. Officially the Group is in its 10th year, but this is my 3rd year participating. If you would like to find more about the Year of Projects Group on Ravelry.