Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Weekly stills....









1. Washcloth swap ready to post, it's fun putting a little pressie together for someone you only know through a blog!

2. A new colour combo for another washer, I am trying to decide what big project to make next, and in the meantime I am hooking up lots of washers!

3. The crab apple doing its glorious blossomy thing.  This is it's time of year to shine!

4. Summer veg seeds have germinated and are starting to take off.

5.  At least the cat can enjoy my weedy beds, time to clean them up and get planting for Summer.

6. After school at our place.

7.  Stacks of wooly colour, I've been busy winding away for the star kits ( many thanks to the lovely peeps who have ordered one xxxxx :) ) .


I'm running a bit late with my weekly stills, but I'm joining in anyway over with the others at  

12 comments:

  1. love your colours combos!!!!
    xxxx Ale

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  2. Over a family lunch on Sunday we were all talking about the different tomato varieties we've grown this summer, I told them about the colourful you plan to grow. The magic of blogging Jules....! :-)

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    1. How funny Rachell! Blogging does make the world a smaller place, magic indeed! Jxx

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  3. Hi Jules
    Another gorgeous, gorgeous wash cloth. One day I'll get there !
    Kate x

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    1. Thanks Kate, I can't get enough of these washcloths at the moment, got to think of some thing to do with them all now! J x

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    1. Oops, sorry Nicole, I accidentally removed your comment and I don't know how to get it back! :( J x

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  5. Super excited to see your little sneak peak of the 'Washer Parcel' for the Swap...

    Jodie xx

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  6. A cute photo of your cat in the garden bed.
    The vegie seedlings are growing well here too. x

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  7. I love your blog and follow every week :) I am seeking a little advice on the tapestry crochet if you wouldn't mind. I have been crocheting for 10 years, but pretty novice when it comes to tapestry crochet. Have you ever tried a heart pattern and do you think it would be pliable enough to gather into a hat? I love and want to make this hat (http://tanisfiberarts.blogspot.com/2011/02/im-in-sock-mode.html) but it is knit :( I am thinking the tapestry would provide the basic skills to get the look though :) Thanks for your advice in advance!

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  8. I just found your blog at Christina's handmade linky. I love it! And I have to say I love this photo of your home. Looks bright and inviting and all those buntings!? Awesome!

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