On holiday in Cromer, Norfolk and my limited workdesk is either the dining table of the apartment or the front passenger seat of the car where I'm making headway with Afghan No2 (34 squares completed) as we tour around this lovely area. It's raining a lot, just my luck, so hence the opportunity to crochet.
That's the latest Mollie Makes magazine in my basket... still to be read.
Right now I'm in the Saffron Tea shop of a craft centre (stamping stuff here too, yeah!) taking advantage of free internet access but probably won't be able to desk hop until after we return home on Thursday as I may not have internet in the Country Club where we are staying.
BTW... a big thanks to Neet for linking me this week.
I'm sure everyone must be sick of seeing my Afghan throw but I brought it with me to crochet 3 rows around the edge and I'm so thrilled that I completed it in the evenings. Now it is totally finished and whilst the edge rows were tedious they really give it a lovely quality edge.
I'm sooooo glad that Elizabeth has started one too....pop over to read all about it here and the fun award she sent to me! I look forward to seeing it progress, Elizabeth!
This is the dining table of our holiday apartment with my lovely blanket and the little bag of art supplies I brought along with my art note book where I'm doodling some ideas for inspiration.
Love the windmills in this area and especially this one below. It is now someone's home but DH thought it was a visitor attraction and drove right down their drive.... oops! Sorry Mrs!
See you all soon....but pop over to Julia's at stamping-ground to see lots more workdesks from all over the globe.... great snooping on great crafters!