Monthly Archives: December 2015

On forgiveness, heat and mini-me’s

All is forgiven, my new fence goes all the way around I have a gate I can lock It’s not 100% complete, there’s a bolt missing into the wall over here But I’m holding two very long planks of wood … Continue reading

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The end of the outhouse

It was cute, alright, the outhouse and at some point it served a useful purpose, but since we’ve had indoor plumbing for quite some time now, it had to go. Going Going Gone. The idea is to grow lots of … Continue reading

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The power of wool

This morning I put on my good jeans (the ones without holes) and prepared to set off for the workshop to induce the contractor to complete my palisade fence though the gentle application of carrot or stick, or both.  There … Continue reading

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This is a Yarnbomb Part 4

Even an imaginary fence needs a little flower It’s taking about as long to crochet this fence as it did for the other bits to go up, but never mind.  Rome wasn’t crocheted in a day. The local people are … Continue reading

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This is a Yarnbomb Part 3

Can’t have anyone falling into this small leg-breaking hole while walking down the street in a dwaal now can we?

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This is a Yarnbomb Part 2

The cats gave up their blanket for a good cause.

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This is a Yarnbomb Part 1

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