I can't get enough of this lovely spring colour at the moment. And totally by accident it seems to be in every project I have on the go.....
It features in nearly all of the baby bibs I've made this week.
My much loved tin bought from Habitat years ago that I use to keep my larger needles in.
A couple of lavender bags I made using some scraps.
And finally my new knitting project, a double breasted baby jacket in moss stitch, from Debbie Bliss Eco Baby.
Funny how you can be drawn to one colour so much and not realise until you are completely surrounded.
Half term is just around the corner. Lets just hope the weather cheers up so we can all be out in the garden. I've only got six weeks to go until the baby is due which I'm very excited about (in a tired, pregnant lady way....)
I've been knitting lots of love hearts with any odd scraps of red and pink wool I have and then stuffing them with lavender. They're brilliant at keeping clothes smelling fresh when thrown in a drawer. I plan on giving a whole load to my husband for Valentine's Day (romance is not dead, even when you are eight months pregnant - but only just) If you want to make some in time for Monday you can find them here as a free pattern at Magpie Patterns.
I've also been getting excited about the polytunnel and vegetable patch this week. After trawling through lots of seeds catalogues I've decided to order them all from Sarah Raven. Planning to plant lots of multicoloured courgettes and squash together with salad, fennel, tomatoes, herbs etc. Spring is in air for sure.
Welcome to the Meadowstitch blog. I'm a busy wife and mother of three living in the Norfolk countryside. I have a weakness for wool and gorgeous fabric. I love making pretty and colourful things which are mainly hand knitted and this blog is about my life and the the things I create.
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