Season’s Greetings everybody!
Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you all!
I know I haven’t written for ages but there has been plenty of crochet going on; just couldn’t share photos with you in the run-up to Christmas. I am really excited about my next project though and wilI be sharing it with you. I can’t wait to start it after all the family celebrations – five small grandchildren do not allow much time for crocheting!
I hope you enjoy a relaxing break and that 2016 brings loads of knitting and crochet fun.
My very best wishes to you all,
This is just a quickie to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a craft-packed New Year. Thank you for your support during the past twelve months.
Well, the presents are wrapped, the lights are up, the tree is decorated and my Christmas projects are finished and packed .. except for a teeny weeny bit of one which is proving quite slow. Can’t show photos, of course! What with prawns and stones it has all been a bit of a rush this year; promises made to myself to definitely start my Christmas projects earlier next time round simply do not work!
I, for one, have already so many ideas and plans for how I’m going to spend any free time when the festivities of the next week are over and I’m itching to get those new patterns out and select my yarn. The anticipation of every new project is so exciting … can’t wait!
But there’s lots of family fun and sharing to be enjoyed before that. I hope you all have a great festive season and that 2015 is filled with much knitting and crochet love.
Well, here we are – one day to go. Stormy it may be but Christmas Eve has brought a great sense of achievement …. job well done even, though I say it myself, and I have enjoyed every minute of it. There may still be the odd arm, leg, eye, ear, tail, spike or even horn to attach but the Christmas goodies have taken shape and are mostly packed and labelled. Pics to follow after distribution!
We’re off to Staffs for the “big day” and looking forward to it a lot.
I’d like to wish everybody Happy Christmas and all the very best for 2014. Let’s hope you all have a great crafting New Year and that it turns out to be everything you would like it to be. Thank you all for supporting my blog during the last couple of months and for your patience with my somewhat random musings!
I’m already excited at the thought of getting back to my knitting and crochet, my pebbles and snowflakes; as time has beaten me this year maybe I should start on a snowy garland straight away! Who knows where the journey will take me in 2014.
Enjoy your Christmas,
All the best,