I woke up this morning and found the sun shining and a chill in the air... however I still wanted to get out and make it a day of attaching my knitting to trees. It sounded perfect; however I still needed to get some housework done first. And so after the laundry was put on, washing up was on its second load and I read some of the paper I wanted to, I prepared myself to get out into the Winter sunshine.
First thing I did was replace the tag in front of the Logan Water on Smith Road. Then, I found I didn't have enough supplies to keep going; and so had to come back home and collect another bootlace and more wool to get it all up and attached to a tree. I took enough for any of the works I had with me. I walked up to Harris Fields School and found the trees were wonderful, but they were far too big. So, I walked across the road and found a few smaller, perfect trees for my work and got to it.
Since it began raining a few weeks ago - off and on - I haven't had the time to get out and do my art. So, I've had time to sit at home and work on other things. There's been my other blogs and more swatches at night in front of the television set when there's not much else to do. So, when today cleared up enough for some work, I didn't hesitate.
Unfortunately, today, I noticed that I'm running low on bootlace leather. So, it's going to be a morning of excursions tomorrow. First, I'll go to the post office, then and send off a few things, then I'll walk to Miller Road and collect a few more bootlace offcuts; more than I asked for last time, to keep me going. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the photos and tune in next time for my next installation.
Until then, keep creating and keep knitting.