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Tuesday, 8 November 2016
Click the link below to go to the post on my crochet blog, lots of photos of Christmas grotto! Cazzy Hookin' time: T on Tuesday on my crochet blog.: So sorry I haven't been round and commented on anyone from last week, I really appreciated all of your lovely comments - but the wee...
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
You can't see it but I had fruit tea with a healthy lunch of melon and cottage cheese with nuts and cinnamon. I'm showing you this because it is time for T on Tuesday at Elizabeth and Bleubeard's gaff!
Last Friday was a sad day but a relief too, my husband's ashes (and 4 dogs ashes) were interred into his father's grave with a small family ceremony. It brought back sadness but relief his wishes had been carried out. There is a new gravestone to sort out as a final thing to do.
Today I had a phone call from one of Shaun's friends who ( very generously together with his 90 year old mother who didn't know Shaun) wants to donate some money to Dorothy House via my Just Giving page, and the badminton club that Shaun belonged to also want to donate. The page link is in the sidebar at the top, and another page for the RUH forever Friends cancer care appeal.
Gorgeous hand dyed gradient squishyness!
Two little "helpers".
Surrounded by Really Useful Boxes, ready to go in the new unit.
The big box of hanging files is not for the unit but now holds my crochet patterns.
YAY! The unit arrived at last!
WIP, I put some of the castors on and my son did the rest.
The shelf pegs were really tricky to get in the middle section which is under the overhanging desk, you really need a 4 year old to do it! This went quite well until he declared his head was too big and went on strike!
Nearly finished, just a few more shelves to go in.
Here is the finished unit, I haven't finished filling the boxes yet! The Salcombe Petite unit is from Storage4Crafts, and comes in different finishes. I went for maple and plain doors. I think this is going to be really really useful! It takes less room than the old big desk when closed, and is going to be able to hold so much stuff! It is on castors so can be moved about, the two side sections roll open when needed and it has a soft notice board that takes velcro and has elastic to put things in to keep to hand.
I will be able to sew and papercraft on it, and I am sure I will get the papercrafting bug back once I sort more of my stash into it.