Welcome to another Wool on Sundays :)
You may remember that before I went wandering about the North West of England with my camera (pictures in my Wandering Camera post) our garden really didn’t look too bad…
When we got back, it looked like this :(
Now, with Mr RH and I working day and night (well, not really night), it is looking like this…
So we are actually ahead in the garden for the time of year, which is a good thing in itself, but it has left no time for yarn projects and I feared I would have nothing woolly to post about this Sunday. But then, this afternoon, whilst I was planting the Winter Onions and Broad Beans, I looked up…
…and saw that Mrs Hare had come outside to sit in a shady spot under the oak.
At first I thought she must be mixing a cake but when I went over to see if she would like a cup of tea (not that I’ve ever known her to decline a cup of tea) I saw she had the wool I unravelled from my disastrous attempt at a crochet cardigan, which I mentioned I had abandoned last week.
Mrs Hare said that she knew I’d been trying to get a cardigan made before the cold weather comes (something which she feels certain won’t be too long now) and, as I haven’t had much time lately, she has decided to knit one for me.
She really is such a delight to have around :)
Do you have any yarn makes or stories to share this week?
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Janine @ Rainbow Hare
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6 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 123 (A Helping Hand)”
What a great help she is! I’m in Western Australia at the moment and I fear what my garden will look like 😉. I will write a Wool on Sunday post tonight!
No yarning going on around here right now, but our weather is turning a bit cooler so I feel it won’t be long until I’m itching to catch up on the rows of my temperature afghan. Perhaps you could send Mrs. Hare over. Does she crochet too?
Mrs Hare is a life saver, isn’t she. So happy you have someone knitting for you to ward off those chilly days of the coming Winter. LoVe your garden, Janine!
soma @ whimsandfancies.com
Travel does take a toll on the garden. You did a wonderful job, it looks great again. That is so nice of Mrs Hare to knit a cardigan for you. I am sure it will be beautiful :)
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Archie The Wonder Dog
How lovely of Mrs Hare to help out!