Summer is over and Autumn is coming to an end. Colder temperatures mean we’ll be spending more time in the house. More time to cook, bake and enjoy food and drink. It is about being content and creating a pleasant environment and a connection with nature and the outdoors.
It’s Saturday morning. Comfy clothes. Late breakfast of raisin pastries for sustenance before a hard afternoon with a ball of wool.
When I was thinking about all things Winter I looked at my Cicely Mary Barker Flower Fairy book and I came across the The Horse Chestnut Fairy…
There are still plenty of places available for the workshops taking place in 2014. Find out more about what you can make for yourself or as a gift for a loved one, or just brush up on your sewing skills.
Hygge is about intentional living. Those of you know me, know I like to cook and eat. This year our garden produce has enabled me to intentionally connect with it’s yield. I have been more mindful during kitchen preparation, cooking, and eating and it’s meant so much more.