Places, pattern, colours, textures and yarn.
Yay - PRETTY, pretty things...Probably just as well I won't be around to haunt the bargain bin at Sew Creative quite as often then; I suspect I'll have some competition these days!!
They look gorgeous! Well done!
Wicked washing day !!And it doesn't look like it is raining there - how did that happen ?
Uh-oh, a new hobby? More time-sucking ahead. :)
Reading your blog made me miss England. While working for US Air Force I lived in Mildenhall (not to far from Bury St Edmunds and Ely). I know I sure miss the English yarn shops. Before moving back to San Antonio, Texas I stocked up on yarn. After 5 years back in the "states", my supply has deminished. I can't convince my husband that I need a trip back to UK to get more. Luckly, there's always the internet. thanks for making me remember the fun of English yarns.
ooh Rosie! I want to do that, I have quite a bit of KnitPicks Bare yarn that I was going to dye with koolaid but your colours looks so lovely....I need a tutorial please! ;^)
oh and that catologue is going to keep me quiet for days!
Oooh, very nice!
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