sunday sevens #27

Can’t believe this interminable week is finally over, and I’ve somehow survived the heat & humidity, admittedly with a great air conditioning system.

Not much sewing got done, but I did a bit of crocheting with cottons.

Remember those 2 yarns I bought way back in March? Finished the flecked one this week with a small coaster, and may use up the plain the same way. Also made a coaster from some new cotton yarn in white. Interesting how differently the natural is versus the white. Guess that’s the process – bleaching, maybe? (Surely they don’t dye it white?)

Sunday Sevens is the brainchild of Natalie, and anyone can join in. For the details, click over to her blog page.

Anyway… here are some photos to while away your Sunday afternoon. Click any pic to go into slide show mode, for bigger views, option to comment on a photo, & complete captions, then Escape to return here. Or hover over & see smaller versions & parts of captions. Take your choice!

Hope you’re had a relaxing weekend, Lovelies!

 

6 thoughts on “sunday sevens #27”

  1. We’re all praying that same thing over here: cooler, puh-lease! Hope the dish washer gets sorted, you find some work clothes, and you’re dreaming of the Antarctic & shivering in your sleep! πŸ’‹

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  2. Thank you so much! Am pleased the snowy photo caught your eye, but sorry it didn’t materialise in a more concrete form up there. That book has a good plot as well as nifty title. Stay cool! ⛄️

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  3. Lovely pics! I’m with oursewingpatch – hoping the snowy picture will cool me off. Our temps have reduced several degrees, but ugh, the humidity! Love the sentiment on the tea bag, and we did have rain yesterday at my brother-in-law’s place but I didn’t dance in it. “No Cure for Death” is a great title!

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  4. Sat and stared at the snow scene in the hope I’d cool down by suggestion….. Didn’t work today πŸ€” Dishwashers broken down ON A SUNDAY! don’t have work wardrobe ready for next week and feel like that poor wilting rose πŸ˜ƒ Ah well tomorrow’s mother day, slightly less muggy please weather gods πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’‹

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