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Weather inspiration...

They are turning... despite the current grey skies...
These are swelling fit to burst, because of the grey skies...
Inbetween the heavy showers yesterday, I looked like this...
And during the heavy showers, I sat on my front porch with this on my lap...
Being read to... a story of a little pony called Merrylegs (not unlike our own Cocoa) with big dreams...
BUT today, I am procrastinating... on a grand scale.
Hatching new plots and schemes... cross your fingers and toes, because its going to be rather nice if I manage it, but more on that later.
Cutting jet black leather into tall Moonshine boots, a birch bag, pan purses and drip pouches...
Sorting piles of already cut leather into coloured piles ready to stitch...

Time to away to the workshop and get on, or should I contnue with a lap full of colour!

Ren x

6 comments

  1. I love that your photo's always look so rich and homely :)
    That book! I owned as a child(still have it) It's the discontented Pony isn't it? loved it :) x

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  2. Lovely photo's:-)
    I love your patchwork skirt!
    Yummy,yummy crochet I have been trying to decide what wool to buy the colours were gorgeous but the Ethical Twist kept calling...so Ethical Twist is is:-)
    Take care,
    Alison.

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  3. What a gorgeous patchwork skirt, and crochet, and well everything really.... what a beautiful post...

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  4. I love that you have managed to perfectly match what you're wearing with what you're crocheting!! Lovely photos and post as always. You always make me remember what a wonderful place home is...I think sometimes we forget in all the hustle and bustle of modern life. :)

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  5. I remember that book!! You have it open on the very page I used to stare and stare at as a child! I was fascinated by Merrylegs looking at the rushing merrygoround horses! What a blast from the past for me. :) xx

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  6. Great post! Ah, the British summer, you gotta love it :)

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