Its coming along, in a slightly 'oh my gosh I've got to get this to fit to make a solid piece when I lead it, which is very scary' way! Its not like knitting where you can just give it a little bit of a tug to get pieces to match up.
The good news is that hubby and I are now quite proficient at cutting glass which was the main reason we wanted to take this course. So, when the wind blew out five panes of glass in the greenhouse up at the plot a couple of weeks ago, hubby was able to cut the glass in a 'straight' line and fixed the problem in less than a mornings work.
Apologies, I can't show you the carrots, hubby had packed his away before I fished the camera out of my bag.
tiffany's of manchester - [Any Wintry Afternoon in England (1930) CR Nevinson] I was wandering round Manchester Art Gallery yesterday wondering why I felt so reassured to be there. It...
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