It has been a good week and it has been nice to try my hand at making things again. I am a trifle rusty, so it is like learning how to do wood again.
Here are some different sticks of dynamite. ( Made out of wood, NSA, NOT REAL DYNAMITE) I thought I should add that just in case.
I also made this flag out of a piece of wood that had been part of the play house. It didn't turn out like I thought but it is okay for an outside door.
That is where I put my current and past wood projects. They look nice out there. The chickens don't mind.
The patten is from Shelly Auen by Primitive Stitchin.
I was out there and I think I told you how I planted a row of sunflowers with a row of Jack be Little pumpkins, so the pumpkins would grow up the sunflowers. I took a picture so you can see that it is working and it looks so neat.
Well should go, I am granny today. We are going swimming so I imagine, by tonight I will be called " Toast."
Have a lovely Wednesday,
Which they ate with a runcible spoon;
And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand,
They danced by the light of the moon."
---The Owl and the Pussycat,
Edward Lear, 1845
( Runcible spoon- : a sharp-edged fork with three broad curved prongs
coined with an obscure meaning by Edward Lear
First Known Use: 1871