Monthly Archives: February 2014

Hexie and embroidered coat progress

Slowly, slowly, while chatting to the ladies on Monday, I made some progress. It was a welcome break in what is proving to be a mad beginning of academic term. I feel like singing “I’m still standing, yeah yeah yeah…” … Continue reading

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Hexie coat progress

After a long weekend in the mountains, we popped in to my lovely parents-in-law to return a left-behind scarf on Sunday afternoon. Then, scatty-brained that I am, after watching some Olympic wrapping-up (we don’t have a TV…), I managed to … Continue reading

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Silk hexagons

There is simply too much going on around here, so of course rather than actually achieve any progress on existing projects, I started another. I also missed the Monday ladies two weeks in a row. I’m displaying withdrawal symptoms now, … Continue reading

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After fingers and toes: heads!

Fingers are busy, toes are warm: all that was needed was to be cared for from top to bottom. So, after a rather frenetic evening of listening to BBC Radio 4 comedy shows online while sitting on the sofa, those … Continue reading

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Warm, warm toes

Little Mr A was so thrilled to get a parcel in the post from his beloved Grandma. My lovely mother has knitted another perfectly sized pair of socks for our lucky family. There are fewer nice things than a pair … Continue reading

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Busy fingers across town

There have been many little and large busy fingers this week, in snatched moments. First, last Tuesday, Miss R and I had the greatest fun throwing together a frock in my favourite super-fast pattern using lovely fabric Ms D — … Continue reading

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