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Ok it’s been a month….

October 31, 2014

Hello!!! Apologies it’s been a month since my last post on here. We have been very busy over at Tyddyn Bryn and I have been through a bit of a phase of I don’t want to sew up stuff I just want to sit and knit!!! So I, much to James’ horror started a finishing off basket and when this was overflowing I decided to finish some stuff!!!!

A commissioned caterpillar hat

A baby hat for the stall….

And loads of other stuff that shall follow in some subsequent posts!!!
And shhhhh don’t tell James but there is still stuff in the finishing basket and I’ve cast on something again!!! Te he!!!

My Flore Sweater

September 28, 2014

I have finished my Flore!!!!

This sweater is a Ravelry pattern and made from year I got at the 2013 Wonderwool!!! So deep stash I guess!!!


LOVE!!! Now need to be awake enough to make it to knit night so I can wear it out for the first time!!!

Shop update!!

August 27, 2014

After a big dyeing session last week I have done a shop update!!!  The yarns are now at the Tyddyn Bryn Etsy shop instead of Jelliebean Yarns!!!

Here they are!!! Enjoy!

“Who” socks

August 27, 2014

Finally I have found and photographed the pair of socks I made James AGES ago…. He is now happily wearing them having declared them his favourite pair of hand knitted socks…. It has also sparked him off on when I am going to knit him his next pair!!!


A sneaky peek…..

August 21, 2014

………At what is hitting the Etsy store next week!!!!

sneaky peek

Lots has one in this week and I intend to try and upload as much as I can from my collection of boxes that travel to the craft markets monthly with me!!  I have been a bit lax about keeping the shop updated…. but hey…. busy in work…. wedding….smallholding renno…… you know just a few things to do!!!

Courgette bonanza!!

August 20, 2014

After being away from home for about two weeks and way too busy before that two weeks we returned to land of the monster courgettes!!! And some annihilated tomato plants, both slug and wind damage!





When I did the shopping I decided it would be a good time to break out the maslin pan and make some chutneys ready for Christmas! So I picked up a few extra ingredients like the vinegar and now it’s chutneys ahoy!!!!



August 19, 2014

This shawl was for my mother for the wedding and the colour went perfectly with the dress she had bought!! It was a monster of a knit and just seemed to take forever!!!! But very worth it!!!





The pattern is available on Ravelry and it took about two thirds of a skein of my lace weight yarn!!!


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