WHEN A KNIGHT WON HIS SPURS IN THE STORIES OF OLD....
Another week has whizzed by! I've got both sons and future DiL at home, which is really fabulous but expensive when it comes to bread, cereal and milk!! :;-) Only joking, it's lovely being surrounded by my very tall sons..honestly, if they stand either side of me, it's like looking up at skyscrapers and I'm not exactly short!
I'm also pleased that Julia is home safe and sound - it was good to chat and have a bit of a catch up..yay xx
Some crafting has been done...
I found the ditsy flower print when I was looking for something else and thought that it needed using up! So I matched it with the pink gingham and a purple spot in order to make a craft bag.
Mix and Match but the colours go quite well!
It's got pockets inside and out and a recessed zipped top. Hope someone will like it at the RNLI open day craft stall :-)
And then my hubby asked if I could knock something up for him that he'd seen on a camera website - a sort of bean bag thing to rest the camera/lens on. I had a quick suss out of some photos online and had a play:
I'd forgotten all about this fabric! I just made a boxed corner bag, filled it with stuffing and slip stitched it shut - took all of 15 mins....
...and does the trick! Now G can use the shutter release on his camera without it tipping over.
It was the carnival in our small seaside town last Saturday - the posters had mentioned a Medieval theme and they weren't joking!
We really enjoyed the jousting performance - the guys in yellow and black were the baddies with the others being the Good Guys. We had a lot of fun booing the baddies and cheering the heroes! They were excellent and put on a great show with lots of hammy acting...the jousting and tilting bit was really exciting:
This guy in particular really went for it - he'd put his head low, urge his horse into a gallop and charge down the course. It was quite stirring watching men in full flow, so to speak!!!!
Take care and have a great week!!