Another week has finished and time to look back at what I achieved.
This week wasn't really anything out of the ordinary, if anything, it became a little more ordinary with crochet class starting back up yesterday morning. Unfortunately, there don't seem to be many takers. One lady turned up at about noon and says she wants to learn but won't join the class until after her Tai Chi class which give us half an hour each Friday. I'm not sure how much I can teach in half an hour, but I guess I'm going to find out.
Today was market day in Myrtleford and the weather forecast didn't look too good, but when I checked the radar (at 5:30 this morning) it looked pretty clear so I figured I would risk it, and I'm glad I did. The weather was great and, at one stage, I was in danger of getting sunburnt. So much for storms. Sales were quite good also, with $62.00 worth of goods sold. It paid for a full tank of petrol at least.
This afternoon was spent sitting in front of the TV catching up on some of the sleep I missed out on by getting up at 5:00am.
On the crafting front, I've been working steadily on the Daffodil Teacloth and the Men's Afghan Stitch Gloves but other stuff had to wait a bit. Yesterday, at crochet class, I managed to work on the Toddler's Jacket and Crochenit Cot Blanket (when you have the opportunity to work in air conditioned comfort you might as well take it) and today I managed to a bit more on the second sleeve of my hoodie, the Toddler's Jacket and the Crochenit Cot Blanket (might as well do something while waiting for customers) so you can expect a few more photos on Wednesday.
Now all I have to do is find some small project I can work on that I can have finished for next Friday.
Hope you all had a good week.