Tweeds & Weeds

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I have to confess my favourite season is autumn, so feeling that morning chill in the air, despite the fact that it is still only August, does bring a smile of contentment to my face. I have been harvesting the fruits of my labour collecting vegetables from my tiny ‘potager’ (well I can dream can’t I!) It had become a little overgrown with weeds but an hour or so of digging & tidying the plot revealed a lovely selection of vegetables for my plate. Nothing nicer than homegrown produce.IMG_1774

 

 

 

 

 

 

The moment September is appearing on the horizon I turn to my workroom, hunting through my hoards of woollen fabrics to inspire me to create a new winter range of items for my Etsy shop. Lavender, which I collected from my garden when it was at its peak a fews weeks ago, now ready to fill my little Scottish tweed hearts. Two new wool shoulder bags and a scarf in this beautiful Zoffany wool fabric all ready to add to my shop.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Tweeds & Weeds

  1. Hello there, I have been looking through some of your posts and you make some really nice things. I like tweed myself. The items you made above are beautiful, I love the scarf. I’m looking forward to following your blog. Enjoy the season and Have a Merry Christmas! 🙂

    • Hello Rose
      Thank you so much for your comments! It’s so nice that you took the time to contact me. I will as you will have read, be changing name in the next few weeks so going through a transitional stage at the moment! My passion for tweed has rather taken over! Thank you for following me. A very happy Christmas to you too!
      Best wishes
      Rebekah

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