A lovely day here, much appreciated after the dreary and cold times we’ve had of late. A bit of blue sky and a fine morning really lifts the spirits, not that we were in need of such things. We expected company for Sunday lunch, and that was going to be entertainment enough.
As a result, my morning was spent in the kitchen, roasting pork, vegetables and assembling the strawberry pavlova I’d made last night. I baked Simon Hopkinson’s Pear and Ginger Sponge which is, in my opinion, every bit as “yummo scrummo beyond belief” as is claimed.
But at one point I stepped outside to photograph these two in the garden.
How cute are they? Made from a single six inch square of knitting, they come together in no time and were created whilst watching TV last night. I used 28 stitches on 5.5mm needles and a ball of angora yarn, following these instructions to transform the flat square into a baby bunny. They will grow tails at some point soon.
In the meantime, they are showing particular interest in the pear and ginger sponge! I’ll find a home for them before Easter ;-)