Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness! So little time, so much to do! It's nearly time for bed already and I haven't done half of the schoolwork I need to do. Soooooo, this post is just going have to be short and sweet. The Easter holidays begin on Thursday, then all will be well. Time to catch up and time to recoup. Anyhows, hope this post finds everybody happy and well.
I have had so little time for relaxation of any kind this week, but have just squeezed in enough knitting time to finish the pretty little Rainbow jacket that I showed you last week. Here it is all ready and waiting ......
I'm afraid I missed the daylight hour to take my photos.... I was still blanket stitiching the seams and looking for some buttons that would suit. Can you believe, that amongst the hundreds of colourful buttons that I own, I could only find these three that would match both the colours of the jacket and each other! You can? Well then you quite clearly haven't seen my colourful button collection!
The jacket was such a fun and easy knit. It looked quite strange befor making up, because it's made in two halves which are folded over and sewn up the middle of the back.
I love it and will definitely use the pattern again.
That's all I managed this week, apart from mounting a huge exhibition created by my year 3 class and the parallel class, all about our city. It features a whole half-term's work and takes over my life for a while. Take a quick look! Now, had you actually come to visit, you would have been greeted by one of our 46 'expert' Year 3 Tourist Guides, who would have escorted you around the exhibits and captured your interest with all kinds of interesting facts about our lovely city. Well at least I hope they would have! Ready for your 'un-guided' mini tour?
I hope you enjoyed that! It's not every day that you get to go an a whistlestop tour of a beautiful English city, all from the comfort of your sofa :)
Have a good week everyone! Thanks for calling in, it's always great to see you!