It's very very frightening......with apologies to the late great Freddie.
There is rain, more of a monsoon really, it is coming straight down. No watering for me for a day or 2 and full water butts. Win Win.
I may be taking Rufus for a swim rather than a walk, if the rain stops that is.
I am happy to report that I have found the missing fabric, so a parcel will be on it's way later today Sheila, I must have picked it up and put it down about 5 times before having the sense to actually open the bag to see what was in it!!
I am still down the dyeing rabbit hole and am happy to stay here for a while. My next goal is to sell both the quilting frame and the Janome 1600 P with all the extras and make space for a spinning wheel.
I can not stand and quilt without feeling sea sick and dizzy but the sewing cabinet opens out and I am quilting on that. It is a logical plan, I feel, as I am burning to dye fibre and then spin it ready for knitting.
The latest dyeing experiment is looking good, once it has dried I will be posting photos.
I am right on the cusp of having crochet lessons, I can crochet but am self taught. I am not always happy in what I make, sometimes the edges slope a bit and so on. I am excited to learn control and precision. (doesn't that sound a bit Schoolmarmish and prissy)
The torrential rain has eased off a bit now but the thunder is still rumbling around.
I am off to make a brew and think about tonight's dinner. I can get away with toast once, and very nice it was too we just had scrambled eggs in the end. No ideas for tonight, just Iffit's probably, but certainly another light meal.
I have this tickle in the back of my mind about matching dyed yarn to a project bag, what do you think?