In fact it doesn’t fly it rockets by. Somebody told me just after I gave birth that the days are long but the weeks are short. Possibly one of the most accurate things any body said to me in those early days when we were full of fear and wonderment. In the midst of realising I had become a mum and getting to know the sidekick I have been trying to make sure that I have a way to help support our new little family unit.
Purl and Me has been slowly bubbling away and growing in its own way over the last couple of years but I would love to think that there was a bit more to it than a few extra pennies over the winter. So I have taken (almost) every opportunity to get my knit on or post something on the Facebook page, Instagram or here. There lies the rub. There has to be a balance between being ever present for my beautiful little lady and being able to take P&M further without being awake all hours………
…we will find it and we will enjoy it along the way.
Leaf! Get it? Let’s make like a tree and leaf? As in leave – you know, let’s get out of here, let’s rock and sausage – as in sausage roll…………… I other news – the needles have been hot this … Continue reading →
I made a little person. No really. I did……… And a tunic, and a jacket and several hats and blankets! I don’t think that this will stop – I know completely understand why my gran wanted to knit everything shoe … Continue reading →
Thank goodness!! I shouldn’t wish the time away and I really should embrace the summer BUT I just can’t keep up. Living here every wants a part of you and there is NEVER enough time to fit everything/everyone in. I … Continue reading →
A little bit different today…. I had a little order from this lovely lady last week for some of my fantabulous fleece and I would like to share her lovely work with you I seriously cannot wait to see … Continue reading →
Her name is Doris and she has been working very hard this week……… Beautiful isn’t she? We (Doris and I) have been updating our listings in our Etsy shop, Go and have a look – let me know what you … Continue reading →