.....well that is not strictly true. The downstairs of my house is slowly being ripped apart and put back together again. Our kitchen has been replaced and all the floors have been renewed including the floorboards and joists. We have taken the opportunity to put insulation under the floors which should make this cold house a bit more comfortable.
The carpenter is now working in the last room. Woo hoo! Then I will be able to put all the furniture back where it belongs and come back down from the bedroom where I (and the poor cat) seem to have been hiding away for weeks! To make matters worse the road outside my house is being dug up by the National Grid. So I am being bombarded by drilling noises from all directions.
The dust gets everywhere. So my crafting activities are restricted to the evenings when the cloud of dust has settled. I don't have anywhere decent to take photos at the moment. But I managed to take a photo of my current project. It is a scarf that I am knitting with two 4 ply yarns held together. The variegated yarn came from a charity shop and the plain blue was donated to me. I chose to use 6mm needles and the texture is beautifully fluid and soft. I'm using a one row pattern. It is so simple and mindless as every row is the same.
I can't remember where the pattern came from. So I sadly can't add a link. But experienced knitters will probably be able to work it out from just looking at the photo!