Marilyn has been dressed and is now on her way to Hong Kong where she will be living for the present.
This is a clown for little William for his first Christmas. Have finished all the presents now so it's back to making teddies for the NSW womens refuge centre while I'm watching the Australian cricketers win the Test in Perth next week.
It's springtime in Sydney- clear blue skies and warm sunny days. All the flowers are bursting into colour again and the birds have arrived to feed on the nectar, and are chattering away in the red callistemons. Mrs Magpie was here for her breakfast early and rewarded us with a very melodic song. She has been collecting food in her beak so has chicks in the nest again.
Trying to finish the very tricky Aran cable knit that I'm making for Svet but it needs concentration and is not a TV knit. Back is finished and front halfway completed, so the sleeves should be a cinch.
Author and artist from Sydney. Published author of James Gough, a very industrious man, Murder, Mayhem & Misdemeanours, Early Settlers at the Cowpasture River 1810 -1830, and Unhappy Exiles - convicts of the Pitt & Kitty 1792