We had another great Geocaching session along the seafront. It gets us out and about, and fun to do and in a great setting too!
We invited my Mum to visit our new place, on Mothers day. She enjoyed having a look around, and we had a lovely seafront stroll.
We cooked dinner, and gave her a present, but she arrived with homebaked goodies for us! A malteser cake and marmite cheese straws, yummy!
Last time I showed you my neon crochet squares, these were supposed to help get my creative flow going again, but they failed to do so. I thought by making simple squares, the ideas and passion would come back, but I ended up disliking them, so put me off doing any at all.
I had in my stash some washing line, that I found at poundland. I had bought this with the intention of having a go at making a basket. Now, I was itching to give it a go
No plans, no pattern, just having a play and see what happens
It's working up quite quickly, and I'm thoroughly enjoying it!
I know there's not much colour going on here, but don't worry this will change, as this is just the base. As i'm making this up as I go, I thought I would make it for my own use, ideally to keep whatever my latest project is. So I thought I would choose colours suitable to match our living room.
I have a rug that i'd bought in Morocco many years ago and I thought I would use this as colour inspiration
So I've chosen an oatmeal colour and various tones of red, and the black of the washing line will be seen through.
I'm looking forward to continuing with this project, and fingers crossed it will end up resembling a basket in the end!
We also went to find some local Geocaches. This took us inland a little, around the local streets and park, following clues and various coordinates to get to the end result.
It enabled us to have a look around the area, and spot other things
These two had a great vantage point
And we stayed out till we saw the sun go down
It was so lovely to see the sun out and to feel a touch of Spring in the air