We’ve come over all warm and woolly at Wordsworth House

3 Jul

Crochet at Wordsworth House 1

It might be summer, but we’re enjoying a bit of a woollen theme in the garden at Wordsworth House just now.

In honour of Woolfest, which was held in Cockermouth last weekend, and because visitors loved the results of the yarn bombing we experienced last summer, gardener Amanda has added some woolly decorations to our small walled garden.

They are a wonderful complement to volunteer Lynne’s fabulous crocheted bugs, which have taken up residence around the place.

If you like all things bright and woolly, why not come and see them for yourself?

Crochet at Wordsworth House 2

Crochet at Wordsworth House 3

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2 Responses to “We’ve come over all warm and woolly at Wordsworth House”

  1. suesconsideredtrifles July 10, 2013 at 8:30 am #

    Hello Fletch. We enjoyed visiting you this week. If you have time, pop over and have a look at words and a picture at http://suestrifles.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/how-i-met-a-blogger-i-follow/ Sue

  2. Fletch the perchcrow July 10, 2013 at 1:22 pm #

    Hello Sue! I really enjoyed reading your blog post about your visit – I’m so glad you had an interesting time. And don’t be fooled by the calm, professional demeanour I adopt – I was chuffed as anything to meet you. Come and see me again soon! Fletch x

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