After a taking care of a troublesome honeysuckle bush that was growing out of the middle of one of the blueberry bushes I decided I best scout around the rest of the yard and see what needed attention. I have an extreme love of gardening (especially edibles), but being pregnant the past three years has provided me slim opportunity to really get my hands dirty. I giggled to myself as I got to my grapevines and noticed one side of my grapevines had spilled over and were visiting all through my peach tree. The other side was frolicking inside and out of a neighboring apple tree. At least everything looks good. I had to share this picture as I thought it was quite cute. I find awe in the way a plant can just dig itself wherever it really wants to be. Maybe I'll get the chance to prune the grapevines this winter? Highly unlikely.
|Nameless Superwash Extrafine Merino|
|The "nameless" merino started on the bobbin|
|Recently finished yarns ready to list.|
Oh, I almost forgot! I started up a Facebook page a couple days ago for the shop. Trying to get things on it here and there in my spare time. I mostly wanted to set it up to connect with other crafters and share tips and such as well as quick shop updates. Yesterday I was able to get an album up to show step by step of turning old t-shirts and plastic bags into upcycled yarn. If you're on Facebook, feel free to add us. You'll find it under Davenport Groves (of course!).
With all that being said, I guess I will leave you with a short blog. The kids are napping and I have to finish up special shipment for a special person (thank you a million times over!). Plus, I don't have to worry about making dinner tonight. The boys said they have that under control. How wonderful is that? It doesn't happen too often so I'm looking forward to getting some stuff cleaned and enjoying the rest of the day. Wishing everyone else a wonderful day as well!