I've discovered that my made-over cake stand is really rather handy for sitting beside my chair and holding my hand sewing supplies.
These ones are waiting patiently for me to sew up their sides, a job I started at 6.30am this morning. Readers of my blog frequently ask me how I get so much done. Starting working at 6.30am is one way! As the mornings get lighter and brighter, so my waking time gets earlier and earlier but I don't really mind at all as I don't want to miss a second of lovely days like these. I probably will be nodding off by about 9.30pm like an old granny, though!
This lot are finished.
I bundle the parliament into a basket and set off in search of venues to take a few snaps. I'm thinking of my lovely crocheted cushion on the bed but the big ginge has beaten us to it.
His furry black counterpart has bagged the patchwork quilt which was my other option.
Back in the den, Jemima is loving the black pinwheel cushion on my chair...
While Minty is no fool and has discovered the super-cosy eidys in the guest room...
Primrose is nestling amongst the flea market chic...
Violet and Minty are thinking of flying away and auditioning for the circus!
Phew, exhausting! Rounded up, they are behaving themselves in the Lloyd Loom crib and waiting impatiently for new owners in good time for Easter (the HenHouse Emporium will be shut for several weeks over Easter). You can have a shifty at them here should you fancy.
I'd better hope they are snapped up before a certain someone sees them and whisks them off into his pit of a room, never to be seen again!
(Playing on the swings after Sunday lunch in Chester at the weekend.)