J and I took a walk on Saturday. It was one of those guide-book walks with tidbits of information that you have no recollection of after.
As per usual we enjoyed the architecture.
A cemetery was part of the walk itinerary. Supposedly there were some mildly famous people's graves in this cemetery, but we didn't go searching for them. Instead we pondered the meaning of life, and thought about how at one point in time the local gravestone salesman must have been pushing obelisks:
And I took more pictures of flowers.
We also visited the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh.
When I got home this felted bracelet was dry.
It's made of dyed merino, the white streaks are bamboo fibers I added.
Right now I'm working on some felted flowers.
They aren't done yet. I'm still not sure what they'll look like when they're finished.
A felted vase with a rolled brim. I'm quite pleased with the brim (had to needle felt that).
I'm also now caught up with the crochet along. I tried to follow Rocky's advice and stick with one color range. And I think it helped a bit. But it still looks like it's been hit with the ugly project stick.
And, to top off the nice weekend, I just made some shortbread (bakealong).