A photo round-up…

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It’s been a busy few weeks in our household and I’ve also felt a little overwhelmed with all my crochet too- so many ideas, just not enough time! Writing down a crochet ‘to-do-list’ has certainly helped.

So this week I’m giving you all a quick little round-up by photos…

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This was one of the views from the clifftops last weekend- such a dramatic sky seeing the rain out at sea…

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A dear friend from The Netherlands sent us a parcel full of goodies to celebrate ‘Sinterklass’ and she included this lovely ‘crochet your own nativity scene’ book. Another to add to my to-do-list. I probably won’t get this done in time for this year. One to add for next Christmas!

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This morning the sea looked gorgeous (quite different to earlier in the week when we had stormy seas) and here’s my granny square blanket progress. I’m probably about a third of the way through but I will put it on hold for now as I have some Christmas gifts to crochet…

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I’ve chosen to make gifts using Hoooked Zpagetti yarn and a 12mm hook so they will crochet up super quick. I can’t show anymore than this at the moment as some of the recipients read this blog!

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And here is the sunset which I’ve just taken a photo of… 🙂

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Also,  I finally received feedback for my first three samples for part 2  of the Crochet Diploma…more on that next week 🙂

Hope you are all managing to enjoy some crochet at this busy time of year! 🙂 🙂

 

 

 

14 comments

  1. Love the photos.
    When I was little, my mum and I knitted a Nativity scene. We made one character per year. It’s still going, 15 years since the last character was finished. The only hiccup being when the puppy ate baby Jesus!

  2. Great photos Eleonora. I know that overwhelming feeling well, so much to do but so little time! Lists help me a lot – so long as I don’t lose my notebook with them in!! Love the look of the yarny nativity – so cute 🙂

      1. Indeed! I find the same with arm knitting! Gives you sore wrists if you take too long, and you cant just put it down like you would any other kind of knit of crochet!

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