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Woolly Anticipation


I was a little late hearing about the yarn show Yarndale this year. It was one of those things I had heard about but having already been to Wonderwool Wales I was content not to go. Or rather, my bank … Continue reading

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A rainbow dress and a trip through time


A week or so ago we went to the historic town of Ludlow for their annual Food Festival. As vegetarians we were pretty limited to what we could actually buy as the main products for sale seemed to be sausages and … Continue reading

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Water wishes and the tale of a tadpole


Ah, the British summer time. All year long we yearn to feel sunlight on our skin; feel its warmth, see how the world around us suddenly becomes three dimensional and bursts with colour and life… And then we get it, … Continue reading

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Woodland Wings and Birthday Rings


My little girl has just turned four. I have no idea where the time has gone. As I sit here writing this I cannot help but smile at all of the wonderful memories she has given me; that both of … Continue reading

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The Green Man, Fire-eaters and Dragons!


“In times long past lived a man of green and his footsteps brought life wherever he’d been In the deepest wild wood was the place he’d once been and the people did love and protect him…”       Clun … Continue reading

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Adventures in Wonder(wool)land


Where to begin? I’m still coming down from my long anticipated high. This year, Wonderwool Wales seemed a little quieter. Perhaps it was because I left my other half with the kids to have a wander around the surrounding areas … Continue reading

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Calling in the May!


  What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Mayday? Personally, with me it is the maypole. The maypole is said to represent two things. In times gone by our ancestors believed that spirits … Continue reading

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The Travelling Goddess


There is an amazing website for knitters called Ravelry. It is almost like an online encyclopaedia of patterns, yarns, methods, forums… a knitters’ paradise. One of my favourite elements is the various groups aimed at particular interests. Through these groups … Continue reading

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