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November 28, 2019

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Sally Spragg

You could add a new decoration on a daily/weekly basis! That way it's not too much Christmas overload for you plus the family can look for it when they are home from school! Keeps them all on their toes! My daughter has a sad light and she reckons it really helps as she goes to work before its light and gets home in the dark! It has been really dark and dreary this last week! if we have seen a patch of blues sky, however tiny, we have almost jumped for joy! Here's hoping for a bit brighter weather soon!

Louise

Nothing Christmassy on the hook yet. However I have a scarf for my brother in law which is taking shape in my mind. I normally decorate for Xmas on the 1st of Dec but started a little early this year. Fortunately Christmas here is in summer so the dismal grey Melbourne winter has passed and I spend most of mt time out in the garden ferociously digging in the soil, planting tomatoes, cucumbers, so much basil,yellow button squash and throwing cosmos and sunflower seeds around like lollies.

Wendy Roberts

I’m doing your Winter Wreath. Tonight I’ve blocked some of the pieces and tomorrow I’ll start assembling. I’m really excited to finally see it all come together. Your fireplace looks so cosy - I love it.

Nicky Phillimore

I've done some holly too and so far just 4 sort of Granny squares with rounds 1, matador. 2, meadow, 3, cypress, 4, white and then gone to solid square mode still white for two rows more. 16 for a cushion front and then join as you go with either green or red. Haven't made up my mind yet. Hope I actually finish it in time.

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