Hey lovely readers. Knitty Nana Knits has done their first ever Christmas Fair Last Saturday, my daughter and I turned up at the craft fair venue with our car laden with props and stock and proceeded to set up our stall. It was such a joy to see all my knitted things finally on display. I had spent weeks and weeks knitting like mad in … Continue reading Christmas Fair
So, I’ve been knitting these little headbands lately. I saw them around on the internet and thought I’d have a go. I usually knit in acrylic yarn, but this time I used a blend of acrylic and alpaca. It’s so soft! Just perfect for baby’s head. These knitted baby headbands are available in colours cream, pink, blue and yellow. If you’re interested in purchasing one … Continue reading Baby Headbands
I love autumn. Settling into the colder months with warm knits, snuggles up with a bowl of soup, or out walking amongst the visual display of those incredible colours. The term Knitting for Mental Health is really a thing. It’s helping me, that’s for sure. I have two craft fayres coming up next month and so I’ve been knitting like mad. Hopefully I’ll have enough … Continue reading Autumn, Knits & Mental Health
Ive been a busy bee painting stones with Chakra symbols. And its been lovely. Such a calming way to spend my time. These chakra stones have been handpainted with love. I use quality acrylic paints and then varnish for durability. These set of chakra stones look stunning together and have been painted to show the Sanskrit symbols of the main 7 chakra areas of our … Continue reading Chakras & Painted Stones
Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door in Dorset make up just a small area of 95 miles stretch of the Jurassic coastline in the UK. To quote Visit Dorset, The Jurassic coast stretches for 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks at Studland Bay in Dorset to Exmouth in East Devon and is a fantastic place to explore the geological features of this dramatic coastline – England’s … Continue reading Lulworth Cove
I left a very wet and rainy Sussex for my road trip to Dorset, Cornwall and Devon with every intention of heading straight to Lulworth Cove. However, whilst I was driving through the county of Hampshire and never one to shy away from adventure, as soon as I saw a road sign for The New Forest, I got straight on it! After all, isn’t that … Continue reading Kicked by a New Forest Pony!
If there was one thing I learned from my road trip in March, it was that my van desperately needed insulating! I was a fool to sleep in it then, but I needed to visit my dear old mum in her care home. First, I brought some insulating board from Wickes which was then cut to size. All I had was a piece of ply … Continue reading Insulating my Campervan.
We have a beautiful little, long haired, Pomchi ( Chihuahua and Pomeranian mix), named Pixie. She’s absolutely adorable, Such a sweet natured, friendly and cuddly dog. Normally around this time of the year, mid spring, she would head off to the local groomers to get her hair cut. It’s a win, win for everyone. Our clothes are no longer covered in her hair, and she … Continue reading Homemade Natural Flea Repellent
So many moons ago, I was introduced to this incredible novel, The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I was young, and this book awakened in me the stirrings of a connection to something deeper within, a connection to a million lifetimes ago. That resonation took me on a journey, deep and still in my heart, to connect with the Goddess, to honour the … Continue reading Beltane.
Ive discovered the reason why I broke my leg! ( Good job too because I was beginning to wonder what the hidden meaning was)! Turns out it was so that I could create art like this. The Goddess/Universe/God certainly does work in beautiful ways. We are always sent exactly what we need with divine timing. Everyday, I wish I could just do art because it’s … Continue reading Animal Portraits in Pastels