Because of the wrist situation, WIP went very slowly. BUT, I managed to make some progress, so yeah well done me.
In between time, curbing myself from exerting my wrists to a heavy duty knitting, I sew buttons. I just found out that a lot of my FOs did not have buttons in them. I did buy some buttons months ago, but when they arrived, I forgot to attach them to the jackets. What a silly me.
So, here you go.
These are the baby lacy matinee jackets with pearly buttons.
And, don’t forget the latest projects.
Now all buttoned up.
My husband and I also spent time doing workshop in Bury St. Edmunds. Workshop? What kind of workshop can possibly done there? Well… actually, the kind of workshop we do together is “He works, I shop :D”
His job sometimes requires him to go on site, and sometimes he was sent to a nice place. And when that happens, I would tag along, and spend the whole day going around adventuring by myself. Last time it was Bedford… this time it is Bury.
Bury is a lovely little heritage town, known as the jewel of Suffolk. Well known for its abbey ruins, and its wonderful cathedral. Although of course, for me the Greene King Brewery is as important too.
I have to say, I quite enjoy a day trip there. It is definitely a very welcomed change of routine 🙂
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