~~Happy Mothers Day from our home to yours~~
Today began early for us with a trip to Alberton Hockey and Cricket grounds for a tournament. Caiden’s team won two out of the four games they played. It’s wonderful to see how much their hockey improves after each week of play. The weather was cold, blustery and overcast. I was very happy to return home, sit in front of a warm fire with Richard and knit…
I’ve been working on my 4th Sherpa Hat this week, this one is for Richard. Knitted in Nurturing Fibres Aran yarn, colourway, Charcoal. I am happy with the fit, added extra ribbing for this one and a smaller needle size for the rib.
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Kye has always loved having tea parties and seeing as I love tea parties too, I’m always happy to join him for one. He likes to fetch the special tea pot from the cupboard that Richard and I were given for our wedding by Auntie June. This is such a beautiful pot, it’s part of an early morning tea set handmade in Zimbabwe. It only has two cups and saucers, a sugar bowl and a milk jug. The other cups and saucers are odd leftover pieces from other sets.
Kye pours the tea, adds the sugar and milk and I knit. Such wonderful time spent together, making tea and mama knitting…
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