There are copious amounts of things to gather from the garden. I’m loving this big bowl of tomatoes because the possibilities of what I can do with them are endless.
Just the other day I made Annabel Langbein’s roasted tomato sauce and it made the most delicious spaghetti bolognaise that we finished it off in one meal.
I may make some relish with these instead though. Oh . . . it’s so hard to make decisions sometimes.
And a container full of beans. We’ve been very selfish with our beans this summer so I’ve given this lot to my mum. I have exchanged a fresh fish and chip dinner at their house tonight though. (I have a feeling we may have got the best of that trade.)
And I got brave last night and started another pair of fingerless gloves, to the pattern this time. Wow, five needles in one garment, now that’s what I call knitting. It’s going well so far, but I’m going to make sure that the first glove at least is made while the cherubs are away being educated as I don’t think my poor old brain would cope with all that concentration.
And the purple blanket is coming along too. I get so frustrated with my camera as these colours aren’t true to what I can see with my eye (or it could be that my eye is wonky). Hopefully, when it’s complete, I’ll have a lovely sunny day and the colours will photograph perfectly. And I’m being very stern with myself regarding the putting together of this blanket. I’m determined to wait until all the squares are complete before deciding on a joining method and placement. Let’s hope I can stick to it!