I'm still crocheting... as well as waiting for my stitching mojo to reappear:)
I had a lovely birthday celebration with lots of lovely gifts and kind thoughts sent my way, and made me feel very grateful to have such lovely friends and family <3 <3. AND, I was lucky enough to receive some birthday cash, which meant that I could order some more PS charts online from the US!!! I'm sooo excited for them to arrive, and I can feel my mojo starting to come alive when I think of those gorgeous charts in my hands! Of course I still have to buy some more threads, but I'm hoping that after the sad news of the Brexit, I might be able to order some threads from England and benefit from the exchange rate. A sad state of affairs, but there it is. Since stitching stash is so expensive in Sweden you have to make the most of every opportunity that comes your way...!
You may have noticed something new on my blog...???
YES, I have joined the land of #hashtags and emojis and I now have my own Instagram account:
@handarbetsgumman (Swedish for 'the little woman who enjoy crafts'). So if you think I'm bad at updating the blog you're welcome to join me at Instagram at any time. I mostly show my crafty WIPs, which are all crochet-inspired at the moment, but when I'm back in the land of cross stitching I'm sure there will be plenty of pics of cross stitching to enjoy too.
Enough of my news. Here's some pics from the last couple of weeks:
|My oldest furbaby looking for shade and escape from the heat.|
|My sunny seaside mandala (inspired by a crochet pattern from www.bautawitch.se.|
|My talented sister had wrapped my birthday gifts soo beautifully!|
|One of my gorgeous - if I may say so myself lol - crochet WIPs.|
|Homebaked birthday Pavlova and a lovely afternoon at my friend's place:)|
|My darling old boy is turning 11 years old in a few days time...Where did the years go?!|
|Celebrating Mid-summer in Sweden at my mum's allotment and my youngest|
furbaby enjoyed resting under the wooden bench:) Cutie pie!
|Another one of my crochet WIPs! Tulip Mandala pattern found HERE .|
|From my sister I got a hand-crafted notebook which I have turned |
into a crafty-notes/planner book.