I’m delighted to announce I’m plastered! Sorry amend that to my Workshop is plastered. For followers of my blog I think you will know quite how good it feels, especially as this project was started 4 years ago. (bearing in mind we only have a small window of time in the farming calender to work on… Read More »
My best friend recently sent me a link to Hillarys Blinds Country Crafts Competition. Here’s the link to the competition page With a prize of £1000 and with a baby due in a few weeks I thought this was an opportunity not to be missed. The idea of the competition was to make an original… Read More »
Struggling financially? Suffering the stress of Christmas and not able to afford the gifts you’d like to give everybody, or having the time to hand make them, especially for your closest friends and family? Feel like you want to run away? Feel like you want to quit your business because you think you’re no good… Read More »
On the 17th of October this year I annoounced on Facebook that I was currently working on what I believe to be one of my greatest design creations. I figured the time has come to reveal all It’s that incredible moment when something you’ve been working on (and thought would be so easy, but wasn’t) Suddenly happens! I… Read More »
The Wigtown Book festival is “A ten day literary celebration in Scotland’s National Book town.” Drawing authors and visitors from all over the country and abroad, Offering “more than 175 events and activities for all ages, including music, theatre, food and visual arts.” “Wigtown is a traditional market town, set in the beautiful countryside of… Read More »
I was delighted to be asked to take part in the Kirkcudbright arts and crafts weekend by Solway Books. A delightful bookshop selling new and second-hand books (of which I bought many while I was there) I ran four daily workshops which included felting pictures from wool, magnet making and card making, (though everybody just… Read More »
I have finally finished a large furniture covering contract for a delightful couple and their holiday home. They loved the suite they had in their holiday cottage and couldn’t find another suite they liked as much so enlisted my services to have it covered instead. They could have had them reupholstered, but liked the idea… Read More »
For the last 3 years I have been waiting for the boys to bring the excavator into the garden to remove some trees and scrape off the top soil and reseed to give me a perfect manicured lawn. However….. While hanging washing on the line in my unkempt garden I realised I was in love… Read More »
It’s been a while since my last post. Mostly due to lots of work, and starting my day earlier to fit more in.
Since my last blog I’ve taken on an orphaned calf, a large soft furnishing order, I’ve designed my new spring range of bunting/garlands, and taken over the running of the Dumfries and Galloway Mumpreneur networking group (to name a few things). I’m loving being so busy, but it does mean some things get missed, like my blog and down time!
I thought I’d get back in to my blog by introducing you to my Calf.
Age: 3 months
Weight: very (according to toe calculations)
The wee video above shows a clip of me feeding Buttons this morning. He gets a little frustrated in between top ups of his bottle. It would probably speed things up if he gave up trying to find if I had udders!
And people ask why I spend my life in overalls and waterproof trousers!