I know many of you will disagree with me, but I enjoyed the weather more last week than I am at the moment, today is wet and windy and not at all attractive. Last Thursday was at least a bit exciting - seeing vehicles being towed out of snowdrifts holds a certain fascination. Although most of the snow has melted, we still have quite deep drifts on the meadows, I know they are still deep because I had a little play this morning and managed to lose a welly (sorry no photo, I was on my own - apart from Otto & he can't work the camera). It took me a few minutes to extract the said welly from the drift, resulting in a very wet sock.
I have included a photo of my jewellery display in Sue's fashion shop in Union Street, Harleston. The shop is doing well, and luckily so is my jewellery.
This week I have been busy on a different project - I'm making a stained glass window, the first one was to a standard design which all students have to use. So I'm delighted now that I can design my own. I have a huge number of ideas brewing in my tiny brain, and will hopefully be bringing them to fruition soon. Just a bit more soldering practice needed, which I will get on this window. I have designed this panel to fit in our cottage, and will show you the finished product once it's done.
I have a jewellery stall at Halesworth Produce Market on Saturday morning, it would be lovely to see you there. By the way, I don't think I've mentioned it before, but I'm happy to say that I now have the capability to take card payments.
The weekly ramblings of a self-employed jeweller and countrywoman based in the Waveney Valley.