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January 31, 2018

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Diana.

What colors did you use for the blanket that the cat is sitting upon? It's a beautiful color combination.

Rachel Jones

Your cat looks really involved and interested in all your lovely projects. The blanket she is sitting on is that a coastal blanket in moorland colours. It looks really luscious and rich .

sue silva

Don't know what I would do without my creative outlets!

Betty

Lovely blog post :) It's so joyous when the bulbs start appearing after winter isn't it? For the idea of a nature diary, how about printing out some little photos, or getting one of the mini fujifilm instax cameras and taking a photo each week to stick in! I got one as a birthday present a while ago, and it's really lovely to have the little old fashioned photos to record happy memories (I use mini craft pegs to attach mine to a string of fairy lights)

CJ

Absolutely lovely, a simple piece of embroidery is always so striking. I shall enjoy seeing it on your mantel when it's done. January is definitely a month for hunkering down and looking after yourself. I miss that about winter - the fact that I don't have to go out as much, I do so love home. CJ xx

Crafty Cath

Awww Tilly is such a cutie!! It's been very cold here today (in the Rickmansworth frost pocket!) so I'm enjoying making your striped granny blanket as it's so cosy on my knees!! I started it a couple of years ago and am about 2/3 through. Now I've finished (blanket) presents for other people I can concentrate on my own blanket! Hurrah! Next is your Moorland blanket followed by the woodland, then cupcake then.....

Gillian Roe

I totally agree with you Lucy - sometime's it's enough to just think about being creative, to give yourself time to plan and dream, to cook up new ideas. January seems to be the perfect month for that. I would say you've been incredibly creative. (And I whooped when I saw snowdrops, much to my daughter's embarrassment.) xx

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