Wednesday 23 July 2014

What You Are Doing Wednesday Week 109

Good Morning everyone.
I hope your week is going well.

This week is very strange in our house.
The sun is shinning and has been for ages.
This is very strange for the North of England!!

Hubby, his brother and his mum knocked down our old sheds.
Who knew so much stuff could be held in a shed.

Little Red helped at the start but then decided it was too
much like hard work :-).

The skip is already full.
Hubby and his brother are building the new shed today.
Then it's just a case of getting everything back in.

I'm still working on my gran's shawl.
I'm not making it quite as big as the pattern as my gran
has shrunk and is tiny now.
I've just started the decrease rows.
I does amaze me how much longer knitting takes.

I've also started a frog washcloth.
I'll tell you more about it once it's finished.

My health isn't fantastic at the moment
and I'm having a lot of repetitive strain pain
partly due to having to use my walking stick.
Someone in a support group said ergonomic crutches
can make things easier.
I decided to cheer myself up and get some cool ones.

Yes they are red and little red loves them.
They are a lot handier than the stick as the cuffs
keep them on my arm so I can hand money over etc.
Fingers crossed they help.

Anyway I'm off to watch hubby working :-).
I promise I will have something crochet related next week ;-)

Now it's your turn to share what you are doing.
It doesn't have to be crochet, anything you are making
is perfect.
Please add the pin to your post & check out a couple
of other people that are sharing their work 
Crochet Addict UK What You Doing Wednesday

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