This is the penultimate week of my summer craft challenge. I set out on this mission back at the start of July in a bid to do something crafty every day of the school holidays as a way of keeping my head above water in all the chaos of School holiday time. Here goes week 7:
Day 43 (Saturday 18th August 2018
The Rock of Gibraltar part of my Sandy Bay blanket was completed last week, and no Rock is complete without a fluffy Levanter cloud sitting on the very top! The Levanter has led to some very uncomfortable and humid conditions recently, not the best weather conditions to be sitting under a crochet blanket, but I was determined catch up on this CAL!
Day 44 (Sunday 19th August 2018)
A busy day meant just time for a few shells after dark!
Day 45 (Monday 20th August 2018)
Another busy day left time for just a few more shells, this time in daylight.
Day 46 (Tuesday 21st August 2018)
At last! I got time (after packing our cases for our next trip) to finish the shells and after many weeks, I was finally all caught up and up to date with this Coastal Crochet Crochet-along.
Day 47 (Wednesday 22nd August 2018)
On Wednesday, we flew to Manchester to visit my family. Time to dig out my portable holiday project again!
Day 48 (Thursday 23rd August 2018)
On Thursday I did a bit more of this. And a spot of decoupage with Littlest…
We visited a craft shop and bought some supplies to keep us busy on wet days.
Day 49 (Friday 24th August 2018)
I started this little chap’s feet in Commonwealth Park last week… he now has legs and a tummy!
This week is the last week of the school summer holidays, hopefully I’ll be able to finish something before they go back!