This week CFHW brings you… My Top 5 Colouring Books For Adults!
Well, we’re a month into 2016 now and my Sky Blanket project is still going – which is a good start. It’s become enough of a habit now that even if I miss a day, I always pick it up and catch up. I have taken to making a note in my diary each day… Continue reading Sky Blanket 2016 – January Update
In a bid to continue improving my knitting skills through 2016 I am joining in with lots of friendly folk I know on-line in making a blanket inspired by the skies of 2016. The project is being hosted with a linky by Tiddlyompompom at You Little Sew & Sew, The Boy and Me and Aly… Continue reading Sky Blanket 2016 – The Plan
I have loved making this scarf – I know it was simple and as basic as you could get – but I found it very therapeutic and by the time I reached the end I felt confident enough that the prospect of trying something more complex next time isn’t horrifying. Knitting a chunky scarf… Continue reading My September Project with Make It Coats UK – Success!!
Shortly after posting my first post about my knitting adventure with Coats Craft UK, I completely undid all of my wonky project and started over. As proud as I was of my first attempt, it was wonky and a bit scruffy, so I decided to start again as I had got into the rhythm a bit… Continue reading My September Project with Coats Craft UK – Getting Better
September. The month that always feels more like a new year than New Year. The kids are back at school next week and with Artie starting in reception it’s a bit new for all of us. I decided I needed a project – something new to learn – and thanks to the lovely ladies I… Continue reading My September Project – Learning to Knit (With Coats Craft UK)
A couple of weeks ago I posted about my dread of the Summer Holidays and my plans to make a Summer Jar. Well the day is finally here once Tori is home from school this afternoon, the Summer Holidays begin – time to put the Summer Jar into action! What went into our Summer Jar… Continue reading Panic Stations: The Strategy