The beautifully painted leaves on The Green Dragonfly today prompted me to find the photos of the leaf doodling I did on Nevis.
I never did discover the name of the plant this leaf came from, it grew near the sea.
Each morning I would create little arrangements on the table on the veranda
I can’t stop arranging things – even the loose tiles in the swimming pool could not escape
…….. a coral collection
some of which I doodled on wondering if they would combine with a seahorse to make little hanging decorations
What do you think?
Well the body of the Dorset Hedgerow (Attic 24’s Moorland Cal) Blanket is anyway – and all those pesky ends are sewn in.
It has been a joy to make, enhanced by joining a delightful dedicated Moorland Cal Facebook group – what a wonderfully supportive group of fabulous women from all over the world. Crochet could save the world!
Now I have just the edge to do.
Should I do the edge in pinks and greens
Any ideas? What would you choose?
I’d really appreciate your thoughts.
Joining in with Ginny’s Yarn Along.
Ginny asks us to share a book we are reading. Last weekend I was staying with my son and his family in London and he was reading ‘Black Box Thinking’ – he was so enthusiastic about it, I started reading it myself……. in between making yet more seahorses, which were just the right size to take on the train
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