I just got my patterns!!! I am so tickled that I won three patterns from Tahki Stacy Charles. I have to make the Joie de Vivre first…. fabulous, isn’t it?
Joie de Vivre Pullover in TUCSON
A soft and lofty all-season cotton-wool blend with a rich tonal color contrast.
Vivacious Hi-Lo Pullover in TUCSON
A hi-lo hem is on-trend in this simply textured pullover, which also features vented seams. Knit in wool-cotton TUCSON, it’s a great all-season top.
Olivia Turtleneck in ZARA 8
A true worsted weight version of Zara-quality extrafine merino wool yarn – with the same superwash easy care properties.
A Great review! Enjoy.
I have seen them write in fire on the darkness…and heard the drums beaten with flaming brands.
Where do they come from?
They come out of the night…
Where do they go to?
Back to the night they return…
They dance in the dark to pipe and drum and fiddle
They dance in the dark with fire and brandished flame…
No-one knows who they are…
But why do they dance?
What is the story behind this magical spectacle?
There are rumours, legends…
Don and Wen set out to investigate.
In a darkened corner of the Waggon and Horses, Langsett, a hooded and enigmatic figure whispers secrets…
- Book Title: Mister Fox: The Legend
- Authors: Sue Vincent & Stuart France
- Genre: Graphic Novel
Length: 46 pages
Release Date: 26 February 2015 (Silent Eye Press)
Purchase Links: Amazon UK | Amazon US | Amazon France | Amazon Canada | Amazon Australia
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Isn’t this just the TRUTH?!
The cold is seeping in through every pore and every joint,
Is old-age creeping in? … and growing out, more to the point!
How come, with every passing year, I ask myself the question,
When I eat light and exercise to aid with good digestion,
When aided by a small dog who eats half of every meal,
I’ve suddenly got cuddle-y, I wondered, what’s the deal?
There has to be a reason less than obvious it seems,
The question occupied my mind and wandered through my dreams.
I pondered long and thoughtfully then realised the cause,
The reason for expansion can be found within my drawers…
The evidence is damning and far more than circumstantial…
The damage caused by modern stretchy fabrics is substantial!
Remember when elastic in your undies caused concern?
Too loose led to embarrassment, too tight led to a burn…
The sturdy garments were…
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I am a lover of Audiobooks. I can listen while I knit, sew, clean, walk, drive – you get the idea. Basically, no giving up my books when I have other things to do.
Over time I have wanted to share my interest with others. Now, I can pass this along! Read It Forward and Penguin Random House Audio Publishing have gotten together to offer 15 audiobooks for new listeners! How cool is that?
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― J.R.R. Tolkien, Tolkien on Fairy-stories
Archaeologist Taryn St. Giles just can’t catch a break. Her last few patrons died or disappeared on her, Crusty Bucket is drunk again, and some jerk started a fight in the Shimmering Dewdrop. On a Tuesday night, no less! And to top it off? The same jerk who started the fight is the character she has been trying to find all day. Well, if she can’t work as an archaeologist, she has to do something. And at least being a bounty hunter puts food on the table and keeps a roof over their heads. Yes, I said “their.” As in, Taryn, the aforementioned Crusty Bucket, Garbage Blossom and Leaf Grub. Taryn never asked to be the caretaker of faeries, but now that she is, keeping them in line is a job and a half.
This is a great story. So strange, so fun, so much laughter. . . Just my thing. Taryn lives on a world where ‘once upon a time’ left ruins. As in, Elf ruins. She has been fascinated by the ruins since childhood, and all she has ever wanted to do is learn about the elves. How they lived, how they thought. But without a patron, there is no digging for Taryn. When a well-respected professor decides to be her patron, Taryn is at first thrilled. But then things get really weird. And everything everyone thought about the elves, their ruins, and reality may never be the same. Oops.
This book was a true pleasure to read, and I very much look forward to the next. Laughter is good!