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November 08, 2013


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The Stitch Sharer

Wishing you and Tracey all the best of luck and happiness with your first workshop. X


As always a lovely post ... the little socks are delightful and what a great idea to get rid of all the small ends of yarns left over. Good Luck with your workshop, I am sure it is going to be a HUGE sucess... wish I could join .. xx


"Remember, remember the 5th of Nov." yes I like it !!!Yummy chocolates too :) how fun..


Good luck with your first workshop!
I like the chocolate coins very much!


your blog is always filled with goodness and warmth. I love it. Thank you for sharing it with us.


Love the sparklers, they are so nostalgic for me as well. Can't wait to see your Autumn wreath in all it's cozy glory!

Enjoy your workshop tomorrow!

- J

Cristina Arguello

Muchas gracias.Hoy me hiciste recordar mi niñez y disfrutarla,Que te diviertas mucho!


The coins do look very cheery!!! I have only seen gold coins. Every time I see pictures with all of your amazing color I just want to be there with yarn in hand.
Have fun tomorrow.


Assignments? Oooh! For what?


Lucy, you have such a full life! How full of joy you must be :0) The chocolate coins look so pretty, glad they make you happy; you deserve it because you make sooo many others so very happy. The sparklers took me back too, bless Little B. Your town and life are fun to be a part of even if it is via the internet. Good luck and best wishes for tomorrow. How fun for you and exciting! Hope you sleep well tonight! xx

Amy at love made my home

Love the coloured chocolate coins. I've never seen those before! I love coming to your blog Lucy, it's always so colourful!

Sara Jenkins

Hope the sloe gin was as good as it looked. Have a great, colourful weekend. X


All the best for tomorrow's workshop, I'm sure it'll be a roaring success! Liz x


Those chocolate coins look too pretty to eat but that's OK by me as I can never get them open without getting chocolate under my fingernails! I love the red of that canal boat reflected in the water. Looking forward to hearing what your "writing assignments" might be....magazine articles.....a book.......?


Hope the class goes well- sure it will, Studio looks lovely, really cosy and welcoming and a lovely place to create. Quite understand how those chocolate coins could make a week...

Rachael Iddon

Ah Lucy, if I ever get to visit you again (Yarndale next year maybe) I will bring you some of my gin. I can offer you sloe, damson, or apple and bramble. I also have some rumtopf maturing, strawberry vodka and redcurrant shrub, which is made with rum and tastes of Christmas. Let's hope for more blue skies this week too. Happy Weekend.

The Witch

lovin your choice in colours for all your hand made goodies, i especially love the lamp revamp !


lovely uplifting post, thank you. I can't think of anything more exciting than coloured chocolate coins!


Oh those colourful coins do look exciting, I may have to pay a visit to Morrisons for very important and necessary food.... and also shiny foil
Looks like a lovely week you've been having, it's very exciting about your studio journey, I'd love to come to one of the classes

Diane Kelsey

Love the chocolate coins, I will have to make a special trip to Morrisons. Good luck with your first workshop, I know it will be a great success.


Your studio is looking so lovely and filled with so much delicious, colourful yarn!


Lovely pics of your week simple pleasure, and wow I love the colours of the chocolate coins, wishing you luck for the workshop.
Clare x

Jen Beaton

Your crafty cafe looks like a little piece of brightly coloured heaven -as someone who has just (today) got my youngest off to nursery for a couple of mornings a week I am looking forward to some proper quiet hooky time...Thanks for the inspiration xx

kathryn mcevoy

Those coins are great, would make an excellent. stocking filler present. I like your crochet stripes, which stitch have you used, they look really neat


Sparklers remind me of childhood also...AGES ago! :-)
Being an East Coast American, am I to assume that "knit & natter" is equivalent to "knit and chat"?
Have a great day in the Studio. Enjoy the weekend.

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