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August 23, 2013


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I hope you have a lovely holiday!


Oh. I. LOVE. That. Milk. Pan.!!!! Those happened-upon finds are priceless. Happy vacation! Can't wait for your gorgeous-as-usual pictures...


Have a very happy hols xo


oh Lucy what Nice your new polka-dot enamel milk!!!!


Have a great time!


Such beautiful photos as ever. Enjoy your holiday!


A ginnel is also to be found in Lancashire, a northern term for narrow passage way, another term is " snicket " Sue x


Ha - I can tell you used to live in York. Not many people know a ginnel when they see one! Have a good holiday.

Cindy Bee

Can't wait to see your holiday pictures. I hope you have a great time. Love that blanket in the first picture. My first blanket ever made was that pattern, from your blog.

Cindy Bee


I have the feeling I was on precisely that beach last week! Looks like Charmouth-am I right?!


I have that exact same wooden ladybird! I've had it since I was a child. it has a twin! x


Have a wonderful time in Dorset. We've already had our Summer trip there and it was lovely. Wish we were still there. Take it easy and enjoy some relaxing family time. F x


Oh my goodness, that milk jug is gorgeous!!



Do you by any chance have a pattern for or similar to Chloe Green Gate blanket? Trying to make it for a cancer patient. Would appreciate any help you can send my way... Thanking you in advance.


Lucy, enjoy your holiday and bring the awesome pictures and stories for us! Can't wait to read your new post ... :)


Have a lovely, restful, relaxing holiday.


A white feather means an angel is near. So you are blessed. Enjoy your break in Dorset.


Have a lovely holiday!



I wish you a nice holiday at he coast. I hope that the summer will stay for a few weeks. Enjoy the time with your family. R*


I may be a spoilsport, but I can't help wondering what happens to all the Yarnbombing items after the show. I have seen some really sad, left-too-long rotting yarnbombed things that just look tatty and horrid. What a waste of yarn, and work! Will you be taking your stuff down and sewing the strips into blankets to donate to shelters for the homeless? Now that really would be worthwhile.


Hope you have a relaxing holiday - you'll need to build your strength up for Yardale!
I'm another fan of Stylecraft dk, if anyone's not sure of the colours Sconch textiles do a shade card for £3:00 + p+p.


When I saw your photo of the pot I thought - that's exactly the same as we used to have... and then I read it is from ex Yugoslavia. FYI - we used to buy all our pots from this same factory which was situated in Slovenia in a town called Celje. The company was EMO. Funny how it ended in your shop! Best wishes from Slovenia.


have a lovely week Lucy xx Joy xx


Yarn bombing is on my bucket list!
I hope one day to find my perfect "victim".
Hope your "staycation" goes fantastically!

Amy Marie

Your photos make me so happy! :D

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