Monday, 2 July 2012

Sisterly love!!

Staying down with my sister for a few days. She had a small op today, she's fine just needed a bit of TLC and company. Books, crochet (I am making Tim a blanket for his birthday - this man likes craft stuff, can it get better?????) peace and quiet along side PJ's.

Strange choosing colours for a blanket that are outside of you own personal comfort zone.

Also found a lovely magazine in WH Smiths for £4.95, Noro. Some lovely patterns as well as the history of the yarn.

Whilst I was waiting for Tracie I went into a shop called the range and found a stamp pack that had my friend Nicki's name written all over it do to speak. She likes birds and is really fond of keys.

I love it, first day oh July and the weather is rubbish!'

8 comments:

  1. Hi Colette, fun shopping, cool crocheting, sisterly love, what more could one ask for!
    Hope you are well

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  2. The crochet blanket is looking gorgeous!!!

    Jodie :)

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  3. Hope your sister is OK now - it's bad really when you are curling up with books, magazines and crochet in July! Sounds more like a late autumn/winter thing to do - this summer has been rubbish so far hasn't it? I'm knitting, stitching and doing family history which I don't usually have much time for at this time of the year.

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  4. It looks like your having a love cosy time on the sofa together.. wish I was there with you two! :-) I could join in with the pyjama club! :-) Blankets looking really lovely, very nice 'man' colours! xxxxx

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  5. Looking forward to seeing the finished blanket, it's looking good so far!

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  6. Lets hope that the sun comes out and you don't need that blanky till its finished. xxx

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  7. I too long for some sun, enjoy the rest with your sister hope she gets over opp fast.x

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  8. Thank you so much for looking after me, and it was nice to have some sister time
    Love you lots
    Tracie xxxxx

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