Hello! Hello! Welcome!
I have a new home. Unfortunately due to neglect (kids, pandemic etc) and technical things I have no understanding of the original Buttons and Pickles website is no more. I’ll try and retrieve what content I can but as that is going to take a rebuild of a laptop, let’s not hold our breath. Instead, we shall look to new adventures, big, bright ones with bells on.
In the same way that the old site was never just a knitting site, this one will be filled with all sorts of things. I am a maker by nature and love to find creativity all over the place. I take a lot of pleasure from reusing things that have come to the end of their current usage and repurposing them for something else. Even something as small as cutting up a well worn pair of leggings ( you know when they turn super holey and embarrassing?) into nose wipes for the kids.
Speaking of the kids, I have children and so there will be “mum” content. One of the things I have noticed over the past year or so on social media ( I’m only on Instagram, so I may be in a bubble) is that there is an expectation from some followers (for want of a better word) that creators should only ever show the things that they create. Nothing else. Especially if that thing they create is available to buy. I have Views on this. With a captial V. These, along with many others I’m sure, will be shared in due course.
Whilst we’re on the subject of selling things! There’s a link at the top of the page here to my patterns on Ravelry. All of which should be getting a makeover soon, with better pictures and instructions. I am also hoping to move all pattern purchases over to this site as I am aware some people struggle with the new Rav layout. Much like the laptop rebuild, that will take time, so please bear with me.
Somehow these things seem to take eleventy billion years to write and so it is now time to pick the urchins up from a day of education that I haven’t had to do ( hurrah for no longer being in lockdown) and set up a small tea party for the cat. He is 1 today. Don’t judge me. We’ve not had a birthday for a while and everyone could do with cheering up!
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Until then, drink warm things, eat what makes you happy and take some time to hug some folk in a Covidly acceptable manner.