Wednesday 17 September 2014

What You Doing Wednesday Week 117

Good Morning!

I hope your week is going well.
The week is rushing by!!
I can't believe it's Wednesday already.

The sun is back :-)

It's been a really good week.
We had some good news from the neighbour behind us.
They are going to be chopping down the leylandii
behind our garden.

Our shed is about 7 foot tall so you can tell how huge they are.
They are actually taller than our 2 storey house.
It will make a huge difference to the amount of light we get.
In winter we miss out on most of the sun because they are so tall.

The bush you can see just poking out from the conservatory
is our thornless blackberry bush.
We have had a huge bumper crop this year.
My hubby is planning on making some blackberry wine.

I have a few makes for you this week:

I haven't made much more progress on
my Hitchhiker shawl this week.

This is what it should hopefully look like:
Crochet Pattern Shawl and Mitts PDF, Triangle, shawl, uk or us crochet terms, No23 
You get the Mitts as well as the Shawl.
Fantastic value for money.

I am also making this fantastic bag:

 CROCHET BAG PATTERN Purse Clutch Bag Pouch Bag Crochet Bag Pouch

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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  1. That tree is a whopper, its just a pity that it wasn't cut down for the summer. Our neighbours are cutting down the trees at the edge of their garden which I am sad about as they provide some much needed privacy to our garden as the fence between us is waist height, its a good job we get along!!

    1. We had to wait as the birds had nested in the trees. They had two sets this year so they were there all spring and summer. They are being cut down this Friday. Nervous but exciting. Hopefully it will mean we will be able to use the conservatory more this winter as it will have sun on it all afternoon.


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