Yesterday as the weather was OK I decided to go to Liverpool via the ferry. This means finding my way to the ferry terminal at Seacombe which I am not very good at. I have yet to master the art of geting though Birkenhead without getting in the 'tunnel only' lanes. The last time I went there I ended up taking an unintentional trip through both both the Wallesey Tunnel and the Queensway Tunnel. Managed a bit better this time though and caught the ferry OK. (The Royal Iris which apparantly was commandered and saw active service during the war).
Determined to do some crocheted flowers in mohair, spring colours. Checked out some ideas on You Tube and made a start. First one not too good, (top left) second better but a bit small (top right) so made the next one bigger. This one seemed OK so wrote the pattern down so I could repeat. Made the last two into brooches for sale (bottom two).
Walked through the re-furbished Albert Dock which I always find fascinating. Popped into one of the shops and found a nice pair of navy leather gloves which I have been looking out for for a while, and at just £5 they were a bargain!
Back through the town to the ferry and home to do some crafting.