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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Uploaded off the camera, wanna see what i've been doing?

Crafting keeps you smiling ............ finishes since I last wrote a few words here ....

Knitting....
 
Charity blanket finished and here's a close up of the lovely pattern -



Christmas gift for Miss Isabelle.  She wanted a pair of socks like mummy has had knitted by nanny, so santa will fulfil her wish :-)

 
You were all right, she NEEDED another clanger in the set, this one is Tiny clanger - will there be more?
 

Stitching ....

The Wednesday SAL with Barb and the ladies at NH, Merry and Bright was stitched, but not made up yet.

 
Octobers challenge, a free chart by Janlynn, found here.  I think I told you in the last post that it was a very simple finish.  A coaster that will accompany a nice Christmas mug as a gift.

 
Plum Street Sampler SAL, I've seen quite a few of these being started.  Day 1 and 2 are complete so I have a few to catch up with as this week 5 gold rings was posted .....

 
perhaps I wont get them done for this Christmas, but a start has been made....
 


Made a couple of these for the craftshare group for the Christmas event.



Not a lot to say this time, feeling a bit under the weather with a sinus infection that has resulted in a perforated ear drum and other health issues that are rearing their head again.

I'll be back soon feeling much brighter.

Thanks for stopping by... Blessings to you all

25 comments:

  1. Busy fingers! I LOVE that blanket pattern. And all the stitching finishes are very pretty.

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  2. Always love to see what you have been making! Maybe someday I will conquer knitting. Sinus infections are no fun ~ hope the health issues clear up soon!

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  3. Lovely crafts, you have been busy.

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  4. Beautiful handmade deliciousness
    Hope you get feeling better. We keep passing it around here, lol
    Happy stitching!!

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  5. Oh yummy...love all the crafting wonderfulness...and the blanket..wow..and the clanger..double wow!

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  6. Oh dear! I am so sorry for your sinus infection and perforated ear. I hope you are on the mend now. You certainly have been productive. Once again I am jealous of Isabelle's present.

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  7. Beautiful work Julie. The blanket is fab. Plum street is looking lovely. I'm behind too, I'm starting number 2 tonight

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  8. What a lot of loveliness in this post.
    Funny how different your 12 days look to mine in the modern colours you are using. I'm nearly done with Fourth Day.

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  9. Tiny clanger is adorable.Love your blanket and your twelve days of Christmas look great, not to mention the decorations.
    I hope you feel better soon.

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  10. I adore the colors you've chosen for the 12 Days series...totally retro!
    I hope you feel better very soon!

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  11. You manage to put so much into your blog Julie even though y ou are feeling yuk,the clanger is adorable ,is your hubby going to get some meccano to make an iron chicken !
    Feel better soon and continue to WOW us with your creations.
    Gentle hugs.

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  12. Your knitting is wonderful; Tiny Clanger is adorable! All your stitching finishes look perfect. Hope you are fully recovered soon.

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  13. Lots of lovely goodies Julie love the blanket , and the socks .
    And what lovely stitching ,you have been busy.
    Hope you feel better soon.

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  14. Great finishes Julie. The blanket is gorgeous, did you use a pattern or just make it up? Tiny clanger is absolutely adorable, do you have any plans for a soup dragon?
    I must say I'm quite tempted by the 12 days myself. Great challenge finish too
    Hope you're feeling better soon

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  15. Lovely finishes and starts Julie, I love the blanket,
    I have that same pattern, I might have to do it sometime soon :-)

    Hope you are starting to feel a little better now.
    xx

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  16. So many lovely finishes--the blanket, socks, and Tiny Clanger! And, wonderful stitching finishes, too--you have been busy!! I hope you feel better soon, Julie!

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  17. Lots of lovely makes & finishes.
    Wishing you a speedy recovery!

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  18. Sorry to hear you're not well, hope you feel much better soon.
    Your Christmas stitching is beautiful, especially love the Merry & Bright one.
    And yay for another Clanger! You can never have too many Clangers, right?

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  19. Oh, the perforated ear drum sounds very painful, Julie--I hope it is better very soon! Really sorry to hear things are not quite right in the health department--sending you a warm hug!

    Love your projects and the Clanger is too cute--I know Isabelle will love him and the pretty socks you knit for her Christmas present.

    Take care now and I hope you feel better very soon...

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  20. You have very busy needlecrfter and all your knitted pieces are lovely too! Well done !

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  21. Lovely work Julie,so productive,send some my way.those socks look so soft and snuggly xx

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  22. Lovely Christmas stitching. And great knitted gifts for Miss Isabelle.
    I hope that you are on the mend and that your health has been restored by now.

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  23. Lovely finishes, stitching and knitting...busy-bee as always.
    Hope you are feeling much better by now.

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  24. Oooh Julie everything looks wonderful.

    Hope you are feeling much better now.

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