Easter and stuff

Well we travelled down to Devon to see Ali and her darling family. Well I think they are darling 🙂 Lots of chocolate, cuddles, snuggles and laughter.  However Barry came away with a little more than we went with, the horrid Norovirus that had been at the Webbs the week before and was still lingering.  Maisie and I are keeping our fingers crossed that we don’t get it….

It’s a good name for a virus, don’t you think? I am wondering if it is yarn related as I am knitting myself a Noro jumper at the moment.

Not quite knitting yet, but I have dyed up 400g of each colourway of yummy BFL/Silk fibre and spun up 100g of each.  I am itching to cast on my Benedikta,  but have a couple of other things to finish first.   A pretty shawl, Travelling Woman, in some Fyberspates merino/silk/nylon and real silver, very pretty 🙂 and a cropped cardigan from the Noro Mini Knits book but again, not using Noro yarn, do you think the Noro god is taking revenge? lol

Think we all need some sunshine to tell you the truth, this winter has dragged on long enough thank you.  Barry is getting better, thank goodness, just wish my silly migraines would disappear, I have had enough of this latest batch thank you!!

Hope you’ve all had a happy Easter, I know we all have apart from the illness! x


About picperfic

I dye luxurious fibre blends for spinners and felters, and sew beautiful bags, project bags and needle/hook organisers to a very high standard, using designer fabrics and then I photograph them!
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3 Responses to Easter and stuff

  1. angela says:

    Oh, I hate the migraines too. Hope you get through yours. I have gotten down to 3-5 a month, but they do tend to come in batches and I have to change medicines every so often to try and do better, but ultimately the only thing that helps is if I catch them early and take the zomig before it escalates. 🙂 Winter has been rather long here too. Spring is finally happening. Blessings.

  2. mildawg says:

    Yum! I agree with the having far too much winter… hopefully, that beautiful yarn helped brighten your mood!

  3. Helen says:

    The norovirus name always makes me smile, but it's no fun having it I know, I'm glad you're feeling better :)I love the top colourway of your fibre/yarn, it reminds me of a shade of SG Lite I've been coveting for ages – I'll look forward to seeing what you make with it.

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