That was the month that was…….March 2014

Hello again.

Hey, look at me managing to write the monthly round-up for March when we are only 3 days into April!

In March I have been…………


Designing, Writing Patterns and Knitting lots of new things I can’t tell you about just yet – I will in time, I promise. The picture above is the part of knit design that always scrambles my brain – ugh maths!


Crocheting more Granny squares for a blanket I’m planning. More about this in a future post.


Sorting through my yarn stash that was in the loft. I had forgotten about a lot of what was in these boxes!


Getting excited about Yarn Shop Day in a months time – 3rd May – and my involvement in it. (More about this in a future post.)


Eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday. I bought these pancakes (we also made some) because they were cheap and also because I liked the packaging. Unbeknownst to me, on the inside, there was a knitting reference. And a cat. ♥


Drying my washing on the line in early March and Enjoying the blue skies and sunshine that we have had so much of this month. ♥



Loving these kisses in the sky left by aircraft. Both of these were taken on the same day. ♥


Rescuing a mouse from the jaws of our cat. Little Lad wanted to keep it, I said a cat and a mouse don’t make the best of housemates!





Enjoying that Spring has definitely sprung in the garden. Blooms and blossom everywhere. ♥


Picking flowers from the garden on Mothering Sunday.

And Celebrating Mothering Sunday as my lads think I’m the…


Reading Baby Be Mine by Paige Toon – chick lit. And Y by Marjorie Celona – heartbreaking.

Watching The Great British Sewing Bee on TV. Miranda Hart (such fun!) on tour and Justin Timberlake (brilliant!) in concert.

That was the month that was March 2014.

I was hoping to have written more than just 3 posts in March! I’ve therefore set myself the goal of double that – 6 – or more posts in April.

Thanks for stopping by, I really appreciate it and I hope to see you again soon.

Zoë x