Over the summer I have had a few different crochet projects on the go.
Today, the summer seemed to take a turn towards autumn. Although autumn is my most favourite of seasons, I'm hoping today was just a blip as I'm not quite ready to let go of summer quite yet.
Anyway, I mention this because the weather outside (very wet, windy and dull) gave me the inspiration to finish off one of my summer projects.
I made one of these a year or so ago for my nephew and David requested one for this winter.
He's really chuffed with it and looking forward to the colder weather now. When I was finishing it off, Alasdair was watching me, and asked me when the snow was coming (in Gaelic). Not for a long time yet, I hope!
If it hadn't been so dark when I took the photos you would be able to see that green really suits David's beautiful olive coloured eyes!
Gaelic word(s) of the day:
(it's been so long, I think you all deserve more than one today!)
Uaine (oo-an-ye) - green
Losgan (just as it looks) - frog
Ad (again, as it looks) - hat
But to say 'green frog hat' you would need to say 'ad losgan uaine'