Use an oblong piece of paper and turn it into a funnel shape. Attach a handle and you can hang it on someone’s door with flowers, blossom, and sweet smelling Lilac ..a happy awakening present to this beautiful month of May.
Preview(opens in a new tab) This is the month of MayingSkip skip skip to my LouRound and round and round we go Round and round and round together Rhythm names using a ribbon Ta a a a whole note ,semibreveTa a ta a 1/2 notes ,minimsTa ta ta ta 1/4 notes, crochets Tete tete tete tete 1/8 quaversTekaContinue reading “Mayday Songs – Spring Ribbon Dancing”
Walking the Pennines inspired this piece . Written for our close friend CL
Jesus Christ is risen today. Hallelujah.
You can grow seeds in a jar, a carton or an egg box or even an egg shell! (You could also use grass seeds in the end of some tights to make a hairy funny head!)
This is a satisfying craft as it uses such nice material. It isn’t difficult if you follow this post. You can use a cane basket for Easter eggs or as a table display. I use 2.5 mm thick cane which you can order from craft shops online. You don’t need to use a wooden baseContinue reading “Cane basket making”
These little knitted projects are a wonderful preparation for Spring and Easter. I loved looking after chickens as a child as well a knitting. I have used wool from my parent’s sheep so this is truly holistic. You can buy hand spun wool and / or the kit to make these projects on Etsy fromContinue reading “How to make chickens and bunnies from a knitted square”
Simple sewing projects : a bag, an apron, a pillowcase and a washbag are examples of things you can make easily once you can sew by hand or with a sewing machine. You can use materials you like either new from a shop or favourite old clothes. How to make these simple sewing projects byContinue reading “Sewing a bag”
Use size 3-4 needles and approximately 35 metres ( hand to chest or hand to elbow – 1m).Wind it round in 1m lengths. Cast on 34 stitches ..knit for 6 ribs (12 rows) plain knitting .Cast off 7 stitches loosely and knit to the end of the row and then cast off 7 stitches onContinue reading “Knit a lamb”