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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Christmas!

 I have noticed my lack of blogging in the past few weeks, although recently with Christmas just around the corner....I am not finding much time, and I am sure many of you will be the same.
Although my crochet hasn't been abandoned, its just not being blogged about as I feel I am not making big amounts of progress on things for it to be worth showing you.
For this blog post I am going to dedicate it to lovely Christmas things I have found and added to my Pinterest

                    
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Since I have not been able to share my love of crochet, sharing my love of Christmas seemed the ideal thing. 
Can't wait for December so I can put my lovely tree up again!! This year, I am going to make my own mulled wine too!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Hazel! Nice post! I have made a draft of a similar post on nice Christmas projects. I will share this week with you, it includes a project from the book I got from you :-). I haven't started yet, so I better get going haha. Wouldn't it be nice to have a house full of handmade ornaments?

    A girl can dream, right? ;-)

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  2. I am well on the way with my Christmas presents, I've got those little Christmas Trees pinned as well and I can recommend the owls, they are really fun and my daughter's love them to bits. I'm going to be making some more for my God-children this Christmas.
    Having a job really interferes with blogging time I've noticed, but I'm having a morning off from housework and job this morning. Lovely.

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  3. Pinterest can be SO addictive. Time can just whittle away while surfin' around on that site.

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  4. Im loving those owls!!! Dont remind me Christmas is coming toooooo fast...

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  5. I'm feeling quite festive this year myself! Can't wait to pull out all the Christmas decor. Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving Hazel. :)

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  6. Hey Mama...
    you can SO do socks. I want to try a crocheted sock one day; I see those sometimes on Ravelry. I think that construction would be very interesting.
    If you're going to knit, try baby socks. Susan B. Anderson's Jelly Bean Socks pattern is free and very detailed in its step by step. I can help as well.

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  7. Yes we are all are sadly so time pressed. Oh! love your projects you are very talented. I wish I could crochet it is on my bucket list. One Day. Have enjoyed my visit and look see around your blog. Thanks for having me. I will follow on my way out so I know the path back to your door and hope you will make your way to my place soon and do the same. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  8. Love your Christmassy post! I really must get into the pinttrest thing. I've not even looked yet. Merry Christmas to you.

    Shelley

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  9. Great post anything Christmas related gets me excited it's so close now I can't wait. xx

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