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Kristina Shell Completed (2 of 2)

Hello Friends and readers,

Happy Wednesday! Yeah, is mid-week. I did promise that I will come back to show you my completed Knit work, so here it is. 396 more words

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Charity Yarn Bombing - Part 2

The seaside scene was really spectacular but I found it was the hardest to photograph because of the size. To give it some perspective the stretch of railing that it s dressing is 4 metres long.  392 more words

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Crocheted necklaces #2

Do you remember my finds for holidays? If not, try here https://cristinamycrochet.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/some-inspiration-for-holydays/

Why do I ask?? Because finally I tried one of those necklaces. And it works pretty good. 83 more words


Purple WiPs

I have two works in progress at the moment, both purple. My Windswept sweater is chugging along – I’ve reached the waist increases and am probably about halfwayish down the body. 208 more words

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Bonny the bunny

It always amazes me how a little forlorn looking pile of crochet limbs can go from this

to this! 119 more words


A knitted shawl, a crochet shawl and badger related excuses

Sometimes everyday life gets in the way of my blog, and sometimes it bundles me into a sack, throws me off a cliff and leaves me fending off wild badgers with nothing but a teaspoon and the evil glint in my eye. 371 more words


The Masterpiece Displayed

So, Saturday was the day when the masterpiece blanket finally got to be a very public manifestation of my Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design. All those squares from across Britain and all over the world were on show at Gilwell Park in Epping Forest, London as I gave my final presentation before receiving my diploma at the UK Permaculture Convergence. 279 more words


gentlestitches reblogged this on gentlestitches and commented:

What we can achieve when we work together! A blanket made by people from all over the world reflecting the core principles of permaculture. If you are new to permaculture or even if you are not, take a peek at the wonderful work of Jan Martin from The Snail of Happiness.  Also take a look at her folksy shop. Perhaps your square is here too? My contribution was the positive  and responsible human driven co existence of domestic animals on our fragile flora and fauna. Enjoy!