SUCH STUFF AS DREAMS ARE MADE ON

Slowly and intermittently, over this long time that I’ve been gardening, I have been pondering (and very occasionally working on) a new project and, at last, the nuts and bolts of it are starting to come together. This is a smallish double-side quit. The dark blue is a fairly improv sewing together of night-coloured scraps, […]

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Wool on Sundays – 123 (A Helping Hand)

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, […]

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Papermania

March has been a month of Papermania here at Rainbow Hare. I’ve been experimenting with different types of paper – local news, speckled and patterned and an old (not valuable) book – and I have amassed a miscellany of monochrome items including a number of partly made eggs, which will perhaps come in useful for […]

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The First Day of Spring (a story)

One of my favourite things about living in the countryside is having no light pollution. I tend not to carry a torch because the chicken run gate is tied up with string and needs two hands to undo it and often I don’t need one anyway. Sometimes we can barely see the darkness of the sky for […]

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