Monthly Archive: November 2014

First frost

It’s been a strange Autumn so far; milder than usual and with bright, sunny days interspersed with murky, damp, dull days.  These days have reminded me of an old nursery rhyme, the first line...

Swirly Slouchy Hat – free pattern

Ooh, just look at what I’ve got! It’s a skein of the most squeezeable, squishable, strokeable, smoochable softest baby alpaca yarn I’ve ever got my hands on.  In fact, I’m finding it hard to keep...

Ripple blanket edging

It seems like longer ago than only last year when I made my neat ripple blanket and it’s been well-used and well-loved since then!  I wanted to make one for myself when I took up...

Garden surprises

It’s been such a mild Autumn so far that I really shouldn’t be surprised that there are still summer flowers to be found in the garden.  In fact, I noticed this morning that some...

Remembrance Sunday

We don’t have a cenotaph in Winwick and as you’ll know our church is currently out of action, so our Remembrance service was held in the school hall.  It’s a good big space for...

Opening the doors of Winwick Church

Our lovely village church, St Oswald’s, was actually open for a short while this weekend.  I’ve just realised that although I’ve been writing this blog for quite some time now and have been posting...

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