Last square is done! Phew! Really like this one even though it didn't turn out as I planned... colour order evolved really & well, it is what it is now... But it was a nice square to ended the crochet-along.
I love the school holidays & to make them enjoyable they don't need to be fancy. Today was action packed really but simple & relaxed fun that just came about randomly really.
A play at the park nearby & probably the last time we will see the Big Egg that is set for removal soon according to the sign on it. Those play things from long ago are nearly all extinct now. This one & another one (which I won't be sad to see go as it is useless) will be about the last of the 70/80's play stuff in our parks.
Keep looking at recipes for simple things that should be pretty good for kids & easy to make etc etc... you know the type of thing you see? lol Best intentions & all. On the way home from the park we decided we would try a couple. DJ was on the Choc Sultana & Oat slice.
BJ was on the Lemon Slice.
Which of course meant afternoon tea out on the deck.
As expected, DJ loved both, BJ didn't like the oat one. I did use caramel chips instead of milk chocolate as someone had demolished the bag of cooking choc bits that were in the cupboard. (& not a kid!)
Some play time outside after on the trampoline & then I suggested dinosaurs in mud. Well that was a hit. Nearly an hour of play that looked like this with lizards, dinos & crocodiles.
Best fun ever followed by a bath that was waiting when they decided they had had enough. Was late afternoon by then anyway. Certainly a full day.
Surprisingly I did get to watch some of the footy grand final. But I don't sit & do nothing either. Made these dish clothes in that time. A charity donation for a friend to give to the fair she is involved with. Will try to do a few more yet. This is a Mission Falls cotton that was gifted to me for charity use so it's nice to get some out of the way. I think it will last a couple of years yet! There is rather a lot.
I really like this Thermal Lace Cowl. Was a nice knit. Used up the other half of the skein that was left from some socks. Lovely yarn is the Cascade Heritage Paints. This has a little bit of shifting colour in it. Quite subtle for a teacher who doesn't really wear much colour. I think it will be alright. Hard to know. But for lack of other interesting ideas for teacher gifts I do think this is a little different & using my craft talent. At least the teacher won't get another one the same. lol