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Mar 8, 2019 13:23:33   #
Momto8 wrote:
What about pencil grips? They come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. That way you don't have to get rid of your hooks!

Sorry for a very very late reply. They look great but I've never seen them before. Shall have to keep a look out for them
Mar 8, 2019 13:17:29   #
Finally managed to actually post some things. It seems very hit and miss
Mar 8, 2019 05:22:09   #
Love that man's ponchol. I remember always watching flipper and Chuck Connor was definately in the show's we saw in England.
Feb 28, 2019 11:52:10   #
I've knitted this for my first gandaughter whose going to make her appearance in 10 weeks

Jan 17, 2019 12:37:59   #
I loved my 3 1/2 years there, and never saw anything dangerous. But, perhaps they saw me,,,,,,,,,,,
Jan 7, 2019 05:47:10   #
fisherwoman wrote:
This age-old dilemma comes once a year, What to do on Christmas Day? when it seems the whole Universe is celebrating Christmas and you are not.

Do you feel left out? Do you feel different? Do you go to a Movie, eat Chinese food, volunteer at a shelter or soup kitchen?

I am curious to know.


We've not celebrated Christmas for 4 years since our son was killed in the previous November. This was until this year when my son and his girlfriend joined us for Boxing day. No decorations, no tree, just some baubles and tinsel. But next year we'll have a 7 month baby joining us and I just can't wait, and there will be more decorations.
Jan 6, 2019 11:25:12   #
Again, I would like to say a big thank you to one and all for all your lovely comments, so very much appreciated. I've now got a pram cover on the go which will be done well before the baby's due. Once again a big thank you . You are all such lovely people😊
Dec 15, 2018 11:23:16   #
Thank you to one and all for your truly lovely comments. I must admit I was more than pleased to have finished it and pleased with the outcome. Can't wait to see the baby in it.
Dec 15, 2018 11:18:02   #
ladystarshine wrote:
Absolutely beautiful. Where did you get the pattern please

It's a Sirdar pattern no. 3028 can be knitted in 3 ply or 4 ply. I did 3 ply as it's many years since I used such fine yarn.
Dec 13, 2018 15:37:30   #
Hubby moaned at how long this took me but at last he appreciates it. It's for my first grandchild due next May.

Dec 1, 2018 03:16:28   #
Mary Cardiff wrote:
I grew up to respect the police,
On TV this morning large crowd of teen ages attacking the police,
If the police retaliated,there would be a uproar,My poor child never did anything wrong,

I blame the soft way they deal with people. My husband likes to watch various police programmes on tele and then gets so annoyed when drunk drivers, thieves and the usual low life's just get community work, or worse no further action taken when we've just seen what they've done. No one has any respect for them anymore, so very sad.
Nov 28, 2018 11:20:14   #
Nov 28, 2018 11:19:33   #
Nov 5, 2018 05:49:13   #
A while back I tried to teach my sister to crochet. She didn't pick it up very well in the short time we had so I gave her one if my granny squares, so she could practice and I sent her book of basic patterns. Anyway fast forward two years and she's much better than me, even makes her own patterns whereas I stuck rigidly yo the pattern. Plus she can follow charts, I'm not confident using them at all.
Oct 24, 2018 05:19:15   #
MzBarnz wrote:
My MIL told us she wanted to be cremated "when the time came". 3 weeks ago, we honored her wish. I couldn't stand the idea of just a plain burial box, so I made this angel to attach to the outside. She always "ooo-ed and awwww-ed" over everything I made, so I thought she would be pleased to have this decoration.
Hope no one is offended by my post. That's why I mentioned it in the title so anyone could pass by and not read it. By the way... the background is NOT the urn.
My MIL told us she wanted to be cremated "whe... (show quote)

That's a really lovely idea. When my son was cremated we got him a coffin with Manchester United symbols all over it as, from a very early age he'd always followed the team.
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