It seems that this white spider got lucky!
We’ve been to a fascinating talk this evening about “The Married Widows of Cornwall” in the 19th century, those women whose husbands went abroad taking their hard rock mining skills all over the world, how the women managed and how their lives evolved.
In the village where the talk was happening is the horse sculpture that was made for Armistice Day and was covered then in crafted red and purple poppies. It was lovely to see it covered in spring flowers, also knitted and crocheted. Click on the red link to see the November horse.