Paddy and Plunkett Come Home…

Paddy and Plunkett's Gift From Scotland - CrawCrafts Beasties
… And look, they brought me back a present!

As some of you already know, I am a little bit Scottish – the “Craw” in “CrawCrafts” is taken from my family name, Crawford, a legacy from my Glaswegian grandfather. UK residents will probably also associate the name with a popular brand of Scottish shortbread… although unfortunately I haven’t been able to find a family connection there!

Anyway, it turns out that the Crawfords have their own family tartan… and the boys were able to scavenge me a piece! I’m already plotting ways to use it – and I love the fact that it’s red and green, two of my favourite colours!

However, these restless Beasties barely had time to hand over their gift before they hit the road again…
Paddy and Plunkett take the train - H Crawford/CrawCrafts Beasties
Or rather, the rails. Here they are taking the train north, to get a sneak preview of a rather special new vistor attraction in Northern Ireland. They’ve promised to share the full story next week, but in the meantime, here’s a peek at where they’re off to…
Paddy and Plunkett's Mystery Destination! H Crawford/CrawCrafts Beasties
Does anyone know where they’ve gone?

9 thoughts on “Paddy and Plunkett Come Home…

  1. It’s like living in a novel every singl time I read a post of yours…. The dreamer that lives in me wakes in a sec when I see a notification of a new post on your blog 🙂

  2. I love your tartan, will you be doing a sewing bee style kilt I wonder ?? I know I’ve said it before but your boys have a better social life then me !!!!!

    1. Hahaha, that looked TERRIFYING… all those pleats! Mind you, I reckon a miniature sporran would be fun to make… Hmmm, leave it with me 😉 And I know what you mean about these Beasties having the best social life going… They definitely get out and about more than I do!

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