My garden is loving the weather as much as I. My beautiful foxgloves are glorious! With the lovely rain, we have emptied the rain barrels into the well so I can continue to wash laundry and such. Every drop counts.
It took three of us (Thanks Pet for finally giving me the correct answer) to sort out the freakin' math to reduce my stitches evenly since I added rows and rows of pretty lace before the ribbing. The lace pattern grows and grows in stitch count so I had to do some fancy decreasing to get this honey back to basics.
This picture is just a tease really...
Now, I am enjoying the soothing comfort of soft summer rain while I click some skinny needle/yarn ribbing for the next long while. I don't mind.
The hen house had a surprise for us...a giant egg! Some double yokers too. Now we are happily eating these fresh cocos for breakfast.
The biggest wild strawberry I found in my yard this year. It was as yummy as it looks! (didn't make it into the recipe, this one...) Got it into me tummy before the fairies found it. xx