Tuesday, July 18, 2006

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tea and knitting in padstow
Photographic evidence of knitting in a teashop in Cornwall. There was a scone next to the cup of tea a few moments before I took this, but it didn't last long enough to be photographed.

I leant that a shocking number of people take their dogs on holiday (never realised before, I think its because I tend to visit cities). I also ate and drank rather too much, went on some lovely walks, visited the Eden Project and generally sat about doing very little with my boyfriend. We took many photos of sunny, sandy beaches and sunny less-sandy flowers which I'm currently bombing flickr with.

I did manage a bit of knitting on the train there and back and have finished one of the DNA illusion socks. They work! I knew they would. The other one will have to wait though as I seem to have agreed to do a secret project with a tight deadline. I do have a crochet FO to show though - I'll post about that once I've caught up with my emails.

For now I'll leave you with a bit of Eden-project flower porn.

flowers - celebrate close up of pink/purple flowers

8 comments:

noblinknits said...

Lovely! The eden project is fun, isn't it. I remember being soaked on the way in so spending a long time in the tropical dome.

kath said...

you drink your tea BLACK?

love the pictures of the flowers

purls said...

ooo that sock is so exciting. I can't wait to see how it turns out.

I _will_ try illusion knitting. I will.

Specs said...

I'm so jealous that you went to Project Eden! All the pictures I've seen look gorgeous.

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