Monthly Archives: September 2012

Project 200 – 171

I’ve started a dressmaking course at the local college… Just one morning a week, and there’s only been one class so far. But one of the things on the equipment list is a pincushion. Because I’m me, I didn’t just … Continue reading

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Follow Friday

This is another one of those new features I mentioned. Shamelessly stolen from Twitter I might add. I have two recommendations for you to follow today. 1) ME!!! This is my travel blog. It’s been a bit quiet so far, … Continue reading

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Project 200 – 170

I got paid for this one! It was a commission piece for a friend’s baby girl. I got to take it round… I’ve never hand delivered a piece before. The little girl gave me big big grins, then took it … Continue reading

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Wishful Wednesday

Wishful Wednesday is a new feature I plan on keeping up for my blog. There are a few I want to do… Look for Travel Tuesdays and Follow Fridays. It’s fairly self explanatory, really. On Wednesdays, I’ll write about the … Continue reading

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Project 200 – 169

I haven’t had a chance to do as much stitching as I used to, but I am getting some done. This is a censored Christmas present. 169 down 31 to go

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2012 Fantabulous Things

1091)  Betterware 1092)  Kleeneze 1093)  When the stroppy teenager goes out 1094)  Being a nerd 1095)  Strawberry tictacs 1096)  When you cat learns something new 1097)  The butt wiggle cats do before they pounce 1098)  When cats try to ignore … Continue reading

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At The Moment I Am Happy

On alternate Wednesdays and Mondays I go to a knitting group at the main library in Basingstoke. Except that it isn’t a library. It’s “Basingstoke Discovery Centre” and it’s changed an awful lot since I last lived in town. It’s … Continue reading

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