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January 15, 2019


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I love both moss and lichen!! 😊


Love that bundle of socks - so colourful! Oh, and big lichen fan here! I surveyed the distribution of lichen on the north, south, east and west facing parts of 100 tree trunks for my A level Biology research project - many years ago🤣🤣 Love the way it can survive on the barest of surfaces - and in such pretty, natural colours and with frilly wiggly edges. And don’t get me started on seaweed....!


Yes, very much a lichen fan! The colours and forms are amazing, so subtle. ( mostly). I have heard that it is so slow growing that there are lichens in Britain that were around in the Ice Age, though having written that, I must go and look it up... As for scented yarn, when I was baby knitting for my daughter, in 1980, there were baby yarns available that had little discs in the middle of the ball, that permeated the whole ball.


Oh, I needed this post so much. Just got home from four and a half hours of medical appointments. Remind me to never, ever again schedule dentist and eye doctor appointments back to back!!! With no lunch break in between...

Love your hat!! Reminded me I haven't made one yet. Lots of others, yes, but not your beautiful cloche!!

The buzz about the fuzz... :-) hehe,
and all that colorful squishiness piled up on your sofa.

Thanks for the smiles on a very cold and exhausting day!!

Fiona Lake

Knit pearl crochet which is a yarn maker in Hong Kong scents their yarn. Fabulous wool. They used to have loads of colours, but have say cut a few back recently. If any yarny person is in HK, i recommend visiting.


Love reading your posts!


I use lavender soap in my yarn stash. I have way way to much stash as I currently have a coastal ripple, a moorland wave and 3 others in the wings to do.Normally I do amigurumi for markets for pin money but this year is the year of the heritage blanket for my 7 daughters birthday presents... oh and the extra daughter I inherited as well so I am very busy. I can do a blanket in 12 days around work if I am pushing it. I also dust my hands with lavender talc when crocheting.

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