Not quite that quickly of course!
Have you seen the fab offer on at Lidl stores around the country atm? I managed to grab some of their goodies in the Newquay store last week - and DH paid for them!
I got a couple of packs of the cotton/viscose solid dark blue yarn - each 150g pack cost £1.99 - plus a couple of packs of the variegated cotton, which cost £3.99 per pack of 300g. Bargain!
I was very restrained as there were loads of different colours of both sorts.
I see a dark blue lacy bolero and a variegated cotton top in my near future..
I've finally got round to posting a pic of the Patons Reef yarn which I treated myself to on my first visit to Truro Fabrics, my LYS.
It's a beautiful yarn, very similar to Colinette Giotto - and again I'm hoping to make another bolero.
I'm fairly keen on them as I got so much wear from my Lacewing Bolero last summer, and often wished that I also had a long-sleeved version. Hopefully soon I will!
Now for the FOs..
Here's my Calorimetry in all her glory. I don't think headwear does much for me, but this item is warm and fits well, and I love the colours.
I've worn it already on Mother's Day afternoon when we visited Padstow and stood outside (very cold) eating delicious luxury Cornish ice cream made at Callestick Farm near us.
The yarn was part of a gift from my good friend Fiona, and there's still plenty of it left.
Next up, a proper pic of "Fortune" - although I'm not quite sure was I was doing with my hands.. This is already becoming a mainstay of my wardrobe.
And finally, the Lacanau beach sandals knitted in 2 shades of Rowan Summer Tweed.
I still haven't found anywhere to buy readymade soles, so I'm watching ebay to see if I can get some leather offcuts to use.
I guess they won't really be a FO until the soles are on, but never mind.