Hellooooo my lovelies! I'm so sorry I've been gone from the Attic for a few weeks, life has been demanding and my multi-tasking skills have been put to good use as I've been juggling work, home, children and myself. But I realised today that I have missed not being here and having a little chat, and that being busy wasn't a good enough reason to stay away. So here I am, yoohoooo!!! We celebrated Mothering Sunday at the weekend and the glorious pink tulips on my table are a daily reminder of how much I am enjoying my brood at the moment. They are such great Little People (even the near six foot tall Teen who can no longer be classed as Little), and I have felt a lot of pride as I've been into their respective schools these past few weeks to talk with their teachers about their progress. I am one lucky Mum.
I went up to Edinburgh a few weeks ago, it was such a wonderful weekend and I loved every minute of my time there. I uploaded a whole slew of cityscape photographs to share with you, but with one thing and another I've not managed to find the words to go with them. Hoping I can do that soon before the memories fade too much.
I'm busy working on the final part of my Hydrangea blanket, taking lots of photographs and creating both the printed pattern for the yarn packs and the full picture tutorial which will be here on my blog. It's "work" in the loosest sense of the word as I LOVE creating my tutorials, but my-oh-my it sure is time consuming. I'm preparing for what I hope will be a very lovely blankety ta-dah next week, next Friday to be precise, that's Friday 7th April. Yarn packs will be in my shop with Wool Warehouse on that day, and I'll be able to share the whole hydrangea inspired journey with you then.
I'm also in the process of making a tutorial for my Baby Bunting which I'm hoping to share with you very soon. It's a lovely little pattern, perfect for using up yarn left over from blanket making and I'm looking forward to sharing it with you, I know lots of you have been patiently waiting for it.
Right now I can hear the rain still pattering down against the windows, and I need to go and chivvy Little B up those stairs towards his bed - he would stay up until midnight if I left him to his own devices.
Thank so much as ever for taking the time to call in to visit, I do appreciate you very, very much.
I'll be back soon xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx