I have a confession in that since Wednesday I haven’t picked up neither hook nor needle. Alex took a turn for the worst and was admitted into a treatment centre for assessment. I hope that they can perhaps monitor his behaviour and administer the correct balance of drugs to help him get back to base line.
As you can imagine its been a very difficult time for Richard and I. Many questions are still awaiting answers and meetings upon meetings have taken place.
My concentration levels are not as they should be, so the crochet can wait till I get the calling again. In the meantime I guess we can take advantage of this time and rest at home whilst Alex is being looked after.
I’ve taken to washing and cleaning everything to keep me busy as you can see! Mo asked how to treat your crochet in the wash. Generally I treat them as dedicates and dry them off as flat as possible after a quick reshape if needed.
Many of you wanted to have the pattern link to the shawl I’m making but you would have to become a Ravelry member to open it up.. its the Festive Shawl by Lyn Robinson (Emaleena’s Place)
Ravelry is free to join so have a look around. You find lots of pattern on there and a surprising amount of fellow friends from Flickr. Its free to join but I’m sure i have told you all this before! 🙂
I just might give my hook another shot this afternoon .. thank you all again for your support on the blog. Let me know what you’re all working on with your Lidl yarns. I need lots of things to keep me occupied at the moment so post up your pics and comments as I hope to get a Spring Time report showing off all your wonderful creations.. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to drop me a line.
Sending you all a beautiful spring sun drenched weekend and much love