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April 03, 2019


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barbara woods

going for a walk always brightens my world

Karen Dodgson

Oh the excitement! Your Dune blanket is nearly ready, which means it’s very nearly time for us all to get excited about making our own! And you must be squealing even more than me about the possibility of a photo shoot in St Anne’s! Have a wonderful day, and I’ll continue waiting with baited squealy breath until the Dune pack is ready to buy!


always enjoy your walks~ simple pleasures of just taking in the seasonal changes and the blossoms...I love this time of year when winter lifts and lets the light flood in and little shoots begin to appear...I shared a post on my blog about the blossoms and the joys of seeing Spring arrive. Though, like you said, the weather has been completely mad here too we've had heavy hale and even a sprinkle of snow where I am near Dartmoor then suddenly its back to bright blue heavenly skies!!but very cold! it cannot make its mind up.
Feeling sorry for the bumble bees and butterflies that have come early. The Dune blanket is just beautiful!!~ I absolutely adore pastel shades and really am tempted to try this. I seem to have so many makey projects on the go still trying to finish my embroidery hoops to hang up and illustrations for a childs birthday...Im trying to shake off my cold/flu/bug...Lovely to catch up on your lovely blog as always. I noticed your on instagram I'm Kazzyloves on there ;)

Susan R

I love poems by Masefield and Sea Fever is my favourite.

Sue Laverack

After several warm spring days we had snow this morning here in SW Wales and it has been cold and wet and grey all day. Ascending to be in from of the fire and I wish I hadn't finished my blanket! Yours is lovely and the colours are so summery!


I too have sea fever and will soon venture forth to the North Wales coast - only an hour away and have the compulsory paddle, regardless of the weather. I was in Llandudno a couple of years ago, happily rippling along, when a lady jumped up from her seat on the prom and declared, ' I'm going to ask her!'. It transpired that she was a hooker but your ripple pattern had so far eluded her so, on seeing what I was doing, decided to ask! I was delighted to be able to help her but it just goes to show what the seaside does!!xx


I love the colours in this blanket 🤩. I love anything to do with the seaside!


I love that photo from the attic. Beautiful!


Can’t go without saying how fab is that poem? Thanks for the link.

Sandra Chilvers

The blanket looks fabulous and the colours are gorgeous and was looking forward to taking it with me for my project on our narrowboat , but unfortunately it looks like the pack won’t be out in time as we set off mid April for the summer 😢


If you would like a circular walk, follow the 2nd footpath on the right after the bus garage in Hebden and walk across the fields through the nature reserve then High Lane into Grassington and down through the village to Linton.

Crysella Smith

The blanket is beautiful. I retire in July... I think this might be just the project for me. Lovely photos too. My forsythia is in full flower and such a treat to look out on from my kitchen window.

Winwick Mum

It sounds like you had the best kind of Mother's Day, and that new blanket is so lovely. It reminds me of ice creams, beach huts and - perhaps - Easter eggs at this time of year too! :) xx

Amanda Jones

The Whitebeams are at their best when the new leaves are opening - have one in my front garden and the house is named Whitebeam.

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