Keys and worms
Yesterday’s posts about Beryl, the keys and worm farms got a lot of interest and, as happens so marvellously in the bloggy world, caused some spin-off posting too. Here are some links to follow for key-related posts.
**Chakra Pennywhistle showed us a tiny corner of her massive Vera scarf collection – the ones featuring keys. The top photo shows the key charms at the corner of one of her scarves.
**Lara Brehm blogged the photo above of all the beautiful keys from her house in Paris
**And Irish mosaic artist Elaine Prunty also got in touch to let me know about this beautiful screen she’d made for a friend who had moved house 13 times in 7 years, and consequently had lots of keys.
Thanks so much for sharing your key inspiration, guys!
A few commenters wanted to know about worm farms (or vermiculture), so here’s what I know so far: Earthworms are brilliant little munchers of organic waste, and a bin full of earthworms at home will allow you to turn all your veggie peelings and kitchen scraps into wonderfully rich organic compost for your garden! Read all about it here, and find out how to make your own worm farm at home here.
And lucky me, Beryl got in touch to tell me that she has a spare worm farm and I can have it. Cool! Soon I’ll have 25 litres of my very own worms! Expect to read more about it here.