Monday, 23 April 2012

Wolf Cottage.

It was lovely having the french doors open today to let a bit of sunshine in while I was arranging my "woods"!!



As you know "little red riding wolf" come to live with us and I needed to make her a home, so at the weekeend  while I stitched "wolf cottage" Mr Lucey, who's a very clever bunny, made me some tree's and a toadstool.



The toadstool turned out realy good,




and I made some bunting to string across the tree's




I've just realised I haven't put the chimney on the roof of the cottage so please imagine a little chimney with smoke billowing out of it!!




I think red riding wolf will be very happy in her new home with lots of animals to keep her company.


I did a bit of knitting aswell, here's a little peek of a present for a lovely friend,



and this is a scarf I've made for my mam it only took 3 hours to knit up



the wool sort of looked like a net when it was opened out
and was a bit fiddly at first until I got the hang of it,



I think a shrug would like nice made out of it and I love the colours together.





Next time I'll tell you about a new shop that's opened and it's full of hand made things.


Love Lucey x  ".."




19 comments:

Ali said...

Ah that all looks lovely. We had a trip to Easingwold on Saturday what a lovely place to mooch - thanks for the heads up xx

LaaLaa said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! I hope you're OK now, my lovely. xxx

Daisy said...

What a lucky wolf! I love all your arrangement. What a clever pair you are. I forgot to tell you that Julie got your card and she thought it was lovely of you to send it to her.
Ooh you are knitting in pink! Lucky friend. Don't forget to show us it finished please. xx

Dorothy said...

Too cute, Little Red Riding Wolf!
Love it,Dorothy

VintageVicki said...

She looks very at home :)

Love the little fairy door too - I have a festive one of those so Father Christmas can get in as we've not got a proper chimney ;)

BTW thankyou - the postie came today :) Would you believe that the menfolk actually have music from that book in their music pads - mainly the marches!!

thriftwood said...

All very lovely, the knitting looks really pretty xx

Rose H (UK) said...

Hope you are feeling well again.
Love all the lovely things you've made, you're a clever pair :o)
Rose H
x

Josie-Mary said...

Looks lovely :) x

joshy and belle said...

Oh lovely and so magical!!! Fliss xxx

Penny and Sarah said...

That is so lovely! xo

Betty said...

How lovely that hubby is joining in, the toadstool looks pretty and the bunting. I must have missed a post as I hadn't seen Red Riding Wolf, she's delightful.

Mrs. Sutton said...

Love, love, LOVE the Toadstool! Little Red Riding Wolf is a fabulous character as well. Beautiful blog - everything is so charming and magical - you are SO clever! x

Florence and Mary said...

All looking fantastic!

Victoria xx

Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

Fabulous! It looks really really good! Well done to your hubby too!

Primrose Patch said...

I love your Little Red Riding Hood I am quite envious.
You and your clever hubby have created a lovely home for her. Love the colours of the scarf. Thank you for your recent comments, I am getting my Mojo back.
Denise x

Second Hand Rose said...

Wow you've been busy! All these things look amazing and I love your knitting! XxxX http://thesecondhandrose.blogspot.co.uk/

♥ Miss Tea said...

awwwww i love the little red riding wolf there and all the cute decorations, the cute cottage and toadstool courtesy of Mr Lucey hehehe...the scarf u made looks lovely!

xx susan

♥ emma bear forever ♥ said...

That looks brilliant! I love the little toadstool x

Carol said...

Perfect setting for lovely Miss Red Riding Hood.
Carol xx