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colour ways

This is not my idea, but how clever to keep a record of your favourite yarns and to use as a tool to make colour choices.   96 more words


Chevron blanket update... and blanket surgery!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything about my chevrons blanket (aka Heirloom Chevron Throw by Jocelyn Tunney – the pattern is FREE)! Despite still having generally terrible wrists/forearms, I’m managing to sneak in tiny bits of knitting here and there (mostly because I am not typing very much right now – my typing job is on hold for a little while, so I can stand a bit more knitting as a result). 232 more words


Pushing On With The Daisies

Hip, Hip Hooray! All my Daisy Blanket squares are finally¬†crocheted together, and the blanket is just in need of a finished border. The end is in sight and the whole project has provided me with a very welcome burst of colour therapy to get me through these wet, grey and generally pretty dreary late autumn days we’ve been experiencing around here lately. 586 more words


A Celtic Quilt

Introducing the latest Impeccable Knits pattern: A Celtic Quilt 1- now available on Ravelry.com.

So many combination are possible for putting this quilt together — plus there’s a bonus block that can be used for a coordinating pillow.



time for chocolate, cuppa, and tv!

(lazy evening for me!)

Nothing beats a good vent to your mother, some chocolate, feet up enjoying a cuppa whilst watching tv!

I have been rather calm till I had to try and resolve an ongoing issue with my life, I was spoken down to and made to feel at fault. 223 more words

Fibromyalgia - About Me

Day Fourty-Three

What made me happy today was that I treated myself to a lazy day.

I stayed snuggled in my blanket all day and read Stephen King.

Sorry not sorry.

- Emma

Cold this winter? Not anymore once you get your hands on these goodies...

Barbara will have these knitted hats, scarfs, blankets and children clothes to make sure no one is cold this winter. Mind the forecast is for one of the coldest winters ever!

Christmas Market