The Snowman. Only 1 left. Also includes instructions for Christmas Baubles for full size tree. Uses King Cole Tinsel Chunky yarn - other similar thickness yarns may be used but user must check tension to ensure correct size is produced. The Pattern : This sale is for the English knitting pattern to create this adorable baby Outfit. A cute outfit designed especially for dolls in and perfect for Christmas.
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Reindeer Festive Friends Knitting Pattern. Knitting pattern instructions to knit a Reindeer soft toy. Skills used : Cast on, knit, purl, increase by knitting into the front and back of stitch, decrease by knitting two stitches together, cast off, sewing pieces together. EUR 7. Pattern includes angel, reindeer and a gingerbread man.
These are easy and fun to make. Kids love them! It has a fair isle snowflake design on the cuffs of the sleeve and the band around the bottom of the cardigan. Pattern includes 4 styles of hats for ages 2 to 12 years. Knitting pattern instructions to knit a Santa Doorstop. Skills used : Cast on, knit, purl, increase by knitting into the front and back of stitch, decrease by knitting two stitches together, cast off, Sewing pieces together.
All knitting instructions are written in English. Skills Used : Cast on, knit, purl, increase by knitting into the front and back of stitch, decrease by knitting two stitches together, cast off, sewing pieces together. Yarn Required : Double Knitting. Pattern includes three sizes of Santa. This is a knitting pattern for 2 Christmas hot water bottle covers. Approx The pattern is reproduced on a4 which has been laminated for many years of use. EUR 8. King Cole Pattern The Elf and Penguin hats are knitted in DK.
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Watching: a group of Red Kites Info here circling and diving at each other above the nearby woodland. Cringing: at the news of 2 hour queues getting out of some supermarket car parks. Online groceries, folks! Following: well, this just changed as I went running downstairs because apparently a group of juvenile long-tailed tits were queuing up to use the dining room mealworm window feeder.
The first thing put on the new fancy kitchen shelves was a jar of Marmite! I like their style. Mid-November and London was all a twinkle. The Regent Street angels swoop the length of the road. Popped in and caught a steel band and dancers performing for a while. Bookmarking: podcasts. Discovering some goodies. Pick an episode with an author you know, to try first. There are lots to choose from now. Link for Android users here. Opening: new loose leaf lemongrass tea my friend Phil gave me.
I liked the spearmint one a lot too. Sparkly and sumptuous, Waddesdon Manor always looks beautifully dressed at Christmas. The garden light trails and the Christmas fair were the best ever this year too. Celebrating: family time on Sunday, all enjoying spending time together. We all seem to have a thing for starting a scene with opening and closing a door.
Neat framing or pedantic weirdry?! Dickens is perfect reading this time of year. A Christmas Carol the year before. How are you? Was your November a good one too? A finished thing? So, I crocheted twice around each piece. Then all around once more with half treble stitches on both sides and double crochet at the top and bottom. After double crocheting the pieces together along the sides I worked 8 or so rows of DC back and forth along the bottom of the back piece to make a flap.
The flap is tucked up inside. I think I might have when I lived in Australia in winter though. The houses were ideal for staying cool in the summer, but were often really cold in the winter. I did use my HWB in the spring when my hand needed heat treatment initially as it felt really stiff and sore, then alternated it with a cold pack to aid healing and relief.
And the second, I really like the maroon yarn. Moonfleet was published in The story begins in a Dorset village in I Found You concerns a man found on a beach, by Alice who lives nearby. He has no memory of who he is, or where he has come from. Another man or is it the same? Made anything from start to finish lately, or have you bigger things on the go? What are you reading? Do you like audio books? Yesterday I went into London to spend a day doing some of my favourite things. I found myself taking lots of photos and decided to share them with you.
Breakfast of Queens. It makes such good toast. Every blog post must mention sourdough. There seems to be a trend for roadworks at the moment; everywhere I went I came across them. The contractors were really busy: starting to set up for Winter Wonderland. The No-knead Stretch and Fold technique is one I adopted in the summer. Perfect for me at the moment. I wanted to see this exhibition before it ends on Sunday tomorrow.
I went mostly because a friend had been and was describing it last weekend when I saw her in Birmingham. This ticked every one of those particular boxes. I think the section that made me reflect most was the digital footprint many of us will leave, what we might want to happen to our bodies think cryogenics or saving a complete digital imprint of our DNA and the impact technology has had on community and where we live. We post instant photos online, send messages throughout the day, set alarms which we jump to respond to or not, in the case of my exercise alerts!
There was a 10 question multi-choice quiz to take about how you see technology impacting upon the future and what this might look like in 20 years. My result was I am an All-round Optimist.
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This was the same as the greatest number of participants outside and within the exhibition. I thought of Teresa Kasner making and wearing her pussy hat and writing her protest posts at the time. Walking back at 4pm I noticed how low the sun had already become. Just look at that golden light highlighting Harrods and the buildings further along the road.
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Harrods windows are blacked out, which must mean their Christmas window displays are in progress. A swan with attitude and their posse on the Serpentine in Hyde Park, with the golden sun setting behind autumnal trees. What a lovely photo to end what was a great day out. Making : a hot water bottle cosy. One half done. Try setting a 10m timer for the fun of it. It goes so fast. Then make yourself stop.
I did feel like whooping yesterday when I posted this pic on Instagram. It was fab to have something to show and join in with the buzz of all the Autumn making. Cooking : sourdough pizza last night, on a Sunday night. Drinking : peppermint tea, Stoptober still going ahead here. Wanting: a positive outcome to my appointment with the H and and W rist C onsultant and H and T herapist this week i. Deciding: not to try any more crochet for several days now, as hand is sore.
Wishing: for a car to fall in my lap, I can pay but I just want someone else to find, test and choose! Driving to Birmingham , on Saturday morning, I noticed an orange snowflake appear on the dashboard to indicate the outside temperature. Waiting: for a tele phone call from a company. Liking: thinking about which soup to make next. Wondering: what to have for dinner. Also in Selfridges, Brum. Loved having a legitimate colder day to wear my Mock Cable mitts last week. You can knit some too. Any suggestions? How white is this dog? She was eye catchingly pretty.
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I had to ask if I could take her photo for my blog. So far series 3 has been my absolute favourite; it was so funny. Hoping: no one tells me what happens at the end of series 6. Marvelling: at the ra nge of items we can borrow from our libraries. No way! Cringing: at how bad you can feel during your period some months. Afterwards you hardly recognise the emotional mess you became for a while. Not your usual charity shop find is it? Needing : to water my plants.
Questioning: why the boiler keeps making that odd noise despite a recent service. Smelling: rose perfume oil, mmmmm. Crossing the bridge over the lake, looking back towards the obelisk, Blenheim Palace in the autumn sunshine. Thinking: about my r u mbling tummy , I always seem to be either hungry or thirsty when I write these posts. Admiring: some crochet jumpers and cardies. Nala the cockapoo, one of the salon dogs relaxing on the hair-wash chair. Cora her Goldendoodle half-sister is often asleep by the front door, waiting for the postman who always brings treats. This might not seem impressive, but believe me it is!
Bookmarking: articles about psychology and friendship. Coveting: new clothes. Danny Dyer and his daughter were hilarious. Sewing with my Mum. Feeling : relaxed. Snacking: on nothing at the moment. Helping: my friend enjoy her holiday without guilt for having fish and chips etc. Life is too short, have some family fun and healthier eating can wait for a few days.
Hearing: bugs ding into the window outside.
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Mixing: lemon, ginger and honey later for a warming drink. Worrying: about something it seems I can do nothing to resolve. Favourite lunch: toasted crumpets, avocado mashed with a little salt, poached eggs and homegrown cherry tomatoes. Hate throwing food away. Celebrating: a utumn. Yes, spoilt. Forgetting: lots! Embracing: my beloved in his new cashmere jumper.
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What are you up to? Never the wisest choice, is it? Deep breaths. And guess what? It was at the bottom of the first bag I looked in. I planned to do only 10 minutes crochet, as advised before things got very painful.
And so I did. I set an alarm actually, in the style of a sensible adult. It feels like another life now. Anyway, I really enjoyed crocheting with this wool blend aran and a 5. A Crochet Update! Oh, the book has a playlist on Spotify if you want to play some of the music featured in the story. We are having some cracking October weather , as you can see. Lovely sunny days with blue skies and sweet little fluffy clouds. They actually said this in tones of awe and wonder. I soon gave up with the idea of wearing my hoodie and tied it round my waist instead.
More details here. Someone will be interested enough to read all about it. I know it might seem odd to feature the water pipes , but there was something really appealing about the shiny blue paint and newness of the connectors. Do you think th at piece of 2 by 4 is vital? I was so tempted to give it a tug and see what happened. If I added sound to this photo , you would hear the water rushing through , as the engineers gradually lower the water level. There are hundreds thousands, when its breeding time of grey lag, canada and snow geese, plus coots, herons, moorhens, swans and ducks.
I would have loved a ride in the little inflatable boat, but as it was tethered both ends I imagine you need a rowing boat to reach it. T he boat house was some way away. I contented myself with taking lots of leaf pictures instead. Plus a bag of Comice pears. You can taste apples with such different flavours apples which taste like pears, anyone?
We have a spare fridge, usually referred to as the wine fridge, the sourdough starter s live there too. Another exciting aspect of Apple weekend was finding a new farm shop has opened on part of the grounds. Waterperry Farm Shop is stocked with prod uce from the nearby farm. I t was such a lovely surprise to find fres hly bak ed cakes and savouries , their own meat and products from the local are a including cheeses, rapeseed oil and preserves. Even yarn! We bought 3 red peppers, 2 sausage rolls gone before we even got into the car for the journey home and a lardy cake which we popped in and shared with my Mum over cups of tea.
Reading: My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout only just; sort of as I got halfway through the first chapter last night and woke up a couple of hours later with the light on in the early hours…. Enjoying: my new Sony Bluetoooth speaker. Trengwainton garden , always a must-see.
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Loving: my audio book. Only an hour left now, then into the new Robert Galbraith Lethal White. Some of the many Trengwainton Scarecrows, made with local primary school children. The theme this year is Inspirational Women. So good to see skilled people at work. Cringing: that I saw a major spoiler on the cover of the Radio Times magazine, which put me off watching any episodes. Viewers no longer watch programmes as they are screened and this was only a few days later. Nicest bookshop in Cornwall?
The World? In Penzance. So many signed copies too as many authors live nearby, including John le Carre and Patrick Gale. Cornish Cream Tea: one plain and one fruity scone with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry jam. Penzance harbour, our week away was mixed weatherwise but we walked every day regardless. Waking to Marazion watching the kite surfers pass St Michaels Mount; which is only accessible by the causeway when the tide is out, or by boat. But no washing up always so much despite having a dishwasher. Back to Plymouth for a night, arriving at lunchtime in torrential rain.
Ride in a Time Machine please? Which reminds me; new Dr Who on Sunday. Slicing: and peeling a few cooking apples then completely stopping as OUCH! Trengwainton squash and blackberries all along the SW coast path in Cornwall. Hello Autumn. Who wants a stupid third of a sock, needles and yarn??!?! It felt a little like that last Saturday, but I did enjoy looking at and feeling all the new yarns and admiring some of the new colours.
I liked the way everything coordinates! He freaked me out saying it may be arthritis. How little some people know, eh?! There will be no crochet or knitting for a while yet. I really hope it does the trick, because the invasive treatment options do not appeal! Huge understatement, typical of the English. I did! A few days later I received one in the post! It was the day of my initial appointment and x-ray, nice timing.
Spencer, the small town, is in Iowa. The best aspect of the story is learning about the farming history of the area. What are you making and reading? A walk on a lovely warm May morning in the bluebell wood. This time we experienced mild disappointment when we left, the wildest animal having been a small over-excited puppy with mucky paws… Celandine and bluebells look so eye catching together. Here are links to my previous bluebell posts: My next post will feature some crochet!
Cooking: rhubarb and clementines Drinking: fizzy water, sounds virtuous but have had quite a few ciders over the Bank Holiday weekend. Sunshine, sea and cider go together beautifully Lovely bluebells. Evening walks with that gorgeous golden light as the sun gets lower, has been a treat this May Liking: how green everything is, May is one of my favourite months. They handled the ending well, brought a tear to my eye Hoping: to visit a friend later Marvelling: how tight your jeans can feel after just 4.
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