The walls painted and stencilled, the floor painted and sealed, there was little to do except sew the new curtains.
A mass of green gingham fell into my lap, enough for the job, so I set about sewing and hanging…
Frugality and simplicity are cornerstones of permaculture, so simple curtains, made from sustainable cotton are an easy way to complete a re-decoration.
The time sewing them was interspersed with baking a cake and listening to a podcast.
Multi-tasking is easy.
Life is simple and abundant.
The first curtains are hung on the west window.
I shall leave the top windows uncovered until late Autumn, just before the winter draws in…
Both windows are now finished and I even had enough material left for curtaining the sink area.
Now to find some nice material to sew a table cloth…
I have completed the kitchen…new floor, new walls, new curtains and hangings and all for less than 50 euros.
The roses have come out on the veranda.
I made a short video to show you some of the beauty… you can click on that below.
The apples have all set and are developing well.
There promises to be a magnificent crop this year, so all the recipes for apple wine, chutney,butter, cider and more will be perused and debated…will I make this or that or…
The Willow is now in leaf, as are most of the trees, with the Ash being the last to leaf.
The scent as I walk around the gardens from the blossom on the Hawthorn trees is heavenly!
Work in the kitchen is almost finished and the task of stencilling will start later in the week.
I thought that an Ivy stencil would be lovely, so will cut one out when I get the chance to sit down!
Anyway, here is today’s video, with love from Bealtaine Cottage…click and enjoy…