Giving a helping hand to climb a gate
Mia has done a wonderful job creating this vest using Noro yarn
Handmade hat by Elizabeth using Kolibri Autumn. elishevaproject.blogspot.com
My daughter wearing a cardigan I made- she choose Kolibri Purple
My son, this top has been made out of left over yarns he chose himself; the green is the irish donegal aran tweed, the red is a 2 string mix of red and orange alpaca wool and the multicoloured botton part is handspun, which I spun and dyed myself.
All sitting on the gate, watching draught horses grazing.
This red cardigan has been hand knitted by this beautiful girl's mama, Rachel. It uses the same pattern like I used for my daughter's cardigan, but Rachel is the more adventorous and experienced knitter so she transformed it into something else! I got a lovely front flower pocket, which I am very tempted to copy ;)
The cardigan used the Kolibri Temptation (pure wool), Manos red would be a softer substitude (pure Merino)
Little boy busy at work collecting firewood. He is wearing a handmade vest, knitted in basket-weave,
using DK weight Alpaca.
I enjoyed taking pictures of her, even though, she wasn't easy to catch ;)
Such a beautiful girl - enjoying cups of warm mint tea and cake
Playing by the river - you can see the drops of water - somebody threw a big rock in...
And here we are, wearing winter hats - autumn has come...
I hope you enjoyed our little tea party;