Skyscrapers and String



From A Knot To A Thing

Hello all!

It’s been a while since I had any quiet time to write to you, which, is a jolly thing for me, as I am not a solitary creature, and I have a tendency to mope about and get nothing done when left to myself.

It is all guns blazing on the knitting front, both secret blankets were delivered to the new parents in Knitting Club, and I am so relieved I didn’t lose them on the train, or ruin them when blocking lol! It is quite a responsibility to be trusted with the combined output of a dozen keen knitters. Lovely wool – Debbie Bliss cashmerino aran, and jewel bright colours.

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Also, I showed you the tangled shoebox of yarn in my last post. I have made a pencil case, a shoulder bag and a back pack so far and the shoe box is still quite full!

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As you can see above the lid of the shoebox is getting lots of love as well!

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Here you can see the bag pieces, I am still at work on them, but the colours are lovely and it will be nice to have a matching shoulder bag and backpack.

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I am loving the colours, they remind me of Tiffany stained glass windows. I have so much left I will get something else out of the remnants in the box.

It is also time for Knitting Club to start poppying for charity, and I have made about 25 poppies so far. Lunchtimes and bus journeys can result in quite a few poppies with very little effort, today I am going to the hairdresser and. I am spoilt for choice as to which projects to take.

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Life is really good right now, I am enjoying everything. It is nice to not be caught up in any dramas at home or at work and have a peaceful patch in my life. I love my commute, my park walks, this week I saw crows herding seagulls, dogs racing after sticks at top speed, lots of clouds and sky, and I adore the smell of grass and being out of doors. Work is fun, varied, the week speeds past so I am at the weekend again. And how lovely is the weather right now!

On my Birthday recently, Amber and I sat in the park during the day as warm as in summer, and it is still too hot to need covers over me in bed. Unheard of for October.

I am neglecting my reading books, however as Jane explains for Mr. Bingley in “Pride and Prejudice”, “I wish I read more but there always seems to be so many other things to do”. I am really happy, I hope you are too!

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  1. Wow, you’ve been beautifully, creatively busy. I love all your mitred squares.

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    | Reply Posted 3 years, 2 months ago
    • * jengolightly says:

      Thankyou! They have such a rhythm, and it’s exciting to put colours together playfully. And using odd bits feels tremendously thrifty!

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      | Reply Posted 3 years, 2 months ago
  2. * chris says:

    Hi jenny
    So glad all is well with you, I’ve missed your posts but am thrilled that you are being creative and enjoying life. You are rocking those mitred squares!! Xx

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    | Reply Posted 3 years, 2 months ago
    • * jengolightly says:

      Thankyou! I am loving making the mitred squares! Using odd bits of wool makes me so happy! Hope things are with you too! X

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      | Reply Posted 3 years, 2 months ago


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