Welcome to Wool on Sundays 23.
Today I had fully expected to be at home sharing the flower blocks blanket, which is finished, excepting that I have a few more ends to sew in. But instead, I’m somewhere else with a very red sofa…
On Friday night, Mr RH decided he needed to go to a meeting in Hull. As one of our daughters is at uni, here, so I thought I’d come too and we had a plan to arrive around lunchtime yesterday and make a weekend of it.
What actually happened is that we left home yesterday morning at about 7.00am, had something go wrong with the car, waited a few hours for roadside assistance and arrived in Hull just after 4.00pm. Too late to go to some museums as we’d planned but, fortunately, we had plenty of time for an evening with our daughter and we had a very nice meal. The other bonus was that I got quite a lot of crochet done in the car whilst waiting for the recovery man.
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7 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays 23 – (somewhere else)”
Oh no! I hope you didn't also have the awful weather we had yesterday while you waited, how lovely that you got an unexpected visit though
Lovely thaough that you could crochet something nice and you had a lovely time with your daughter :)
Yay to the crochet, but boo to the car trouble! Hope you enjoy your time with your daughter!
We were in the same region this weekend too visiting Skipton. Love the sexy red sofa. I'm sure you enjoyed the visit to your daughter and you managed all that lovely crochet- are they mandalas?
Do tell….did you lie languidly on that gorgeous red sofa at all?? That's the best thing with knitting/crocheting…you can pull it out whenever and wherever!! Hope that jalopy of yours is behaving itself now!!
Haha, that is definitely a very red sofa :)
I am so sorry to hear your day, but looks like you had a wonderful time anyway. I am always so impressed by the lovely crochet pieces you make. Those colors look amazing together!
Thank you for the party! I love your crochet pieces.