Pippi Longstocking: 'I've never done it before, so I guess I can'
the Allotment hanging on the clothesline out back, it has become so long it's trailing in the grasses. Along the long edges are bands of strip-patching, chiming in perfectly with the ones Jude demonstrated in class.
Instead of making a robe (which I don't wear anyway) I'll continue to work on this cloth, as it's large too and I can still follow ideas suggested in class.
I managed to save a couple of plants growing in between the cracks: Aquilegia, Jack-by-the-hedge, Campanula, Cow parsley, forget-me-not and Californian poppy!
They have gone back in and I'm monitoring their progress
|just a little fun, vegetarian croc|
The almost completely overgrown path upwards to the house, it was five tiles wide, but you can barely make out three for all the wonkiness and weeds, out and out they came....I have to admit after 15 slabs or so I felt quite overwhelmed but I said to self 'no way are you going to put them back! just plod on and see how far you get today...' this was Thursday and by the time the sun had moved way west I had managed to start placing them back, highly motivating