It been a while since I knitted something and I've been missing it so I've just bought some beautiful soft Eskimo wool to make this, my very first project on Ravelry. I'll let you know how I get on. It's on big chunky 9mm needles so it shouldn't take very long to finish.
Look at my poor garden. It really has been neglected hasn't it? After several years of tough play from my children (and plenty of other people's too!) it looks forlorn and very sad doesn't it?
Time for a make-over!
A bit of wire wool action, my trusty can of lilac spray paint and a few other bits and bobs, it's now spick and span and ready for the next onslaught!
~*~*~Now for my give-away! ~*~*~
As I've just tipped the 400 mark with my followers I thought it was time to say a big thankyou to you for adding my little blog to your reading list! I love your visits and to read your comments and appreciate the time it takes from your busy day. :)
To the lucky winner, I'm going to give away my original watercolour painting (pictured above) and a brand new set of compressed charcoal. All you need to do is to tell me you'd like to be included in the draw in the comments section of this post and of course to become a follower (if you aren't already!)
The painting measures 7 x 10 inches (that's approx. 18 x 25cm) and is painted with lovely bright Schminke watercolours, my favourite kind.
I'll have the draw in a week or so and I'll tell the winner before announcing it here.
Good luck! :)