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Peter Potter picked a pek of pretty pot holders!

emma lamb

Hold on a moment... Just let me appreciate the genius of that title! I thought it up all by my bit self! Okay, so it's not that genius, but I'm quite pleased with it... Ha! Anyhoo, here's a long overdue pic of my pot holders at the Peter Potter Gallery in Haddington...

Crochet potholders by Emma Lamb at the Peter Potter Gallery, Haddington, East Lothian

I'm really pleased that they have been given such a prominent position, they're hung in the main hall (or front room - the gallery isn't that big!) and they are one of the first things to grab your attention. I got a wee rush of excitement when I first saw them, and another when I found out that at least one has already gone to a new home! Apparently they are more of a talking point that anything else, hopefully that's a good thing!? Anyway, the exhibition runs until the end of January so you never know a few more might find their forever homes yet!


A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb
A misty winter's day in Haddington, East Lothian | Emma Lamb

Oh, and this had us completely baffled! That is until we consulted the font of all nature knowledge, aka my father-in-law, who tells us that it is apparently known as a 'witch's broom'! A huge mass of twigs growing from a single point usually caused by a disease. I was completely fascinated with it and wanted to get up close for a few pretty macro shots, but the lack of a ten foot ladder meant that I had to make do with this pic instead!

My wee man, Spanner | Emma Lamb

Oh, and how could I not include a pic of the wee man looking especially cute!?

Emma, x

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