Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Calling All Santa's Little Knitters (Crafters!)


Drop your needles...
Look up from your patterns....
Just long enough....To gaze upon....
Yet more....
Of the gorgeous woolly stuff....
And whisper a secret 'Thankyou' and 'Merry Christmas'......To our woolly friends!

x

PS All available at www.folksy.com/shops/mrsb

16 comments:

Pomona said...

Lovely! You have been busy, and I hope your cold is better now. We have some woolly friends in the field next door: I am sure they will happy to hear how much you appreciate them and I will go and tell them when it stops raining.

Pomona x

Menopausal musing said...

Mrs B, that was the MOST gorgeous of posts and those wreaths are just yummy! :O)

Jumbleberry Orchard said...

I want to browse these amazing wreaths but the link won't work! Where can I access the site? :-)

Mrs B said...

hi jumbleberry, you can access my folksy shop, through the MrsB shop link in the left side bar. I think folksy maybe down today tho?! Thankyou for taking the time to look tho! x

Cathy! You are such a support! You made me smile!

Pomona! clever creatures that they are!! My pop had a croft in Skye with sheep! I grew up with lambing, shearing, herding, sheep dogs etc!

xx

That Crafty Fish! said...

aaaahahhhh - they look sooooo good! well photographed and stunning - people I HAVE one of these (up all year round actually) and it is to die for. The colours are all sooo superb! J'adore xxx

Mrs B said...

arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr MsFish.....j'adore tu! (probably v bad francais) x

Taz said...

Gorgeous wreaths but I don't think they'd survive the rain and snow we have at Xmas time :(

Lisa said...

Your wreaths are beautiful. I spend far too much time on Folksy, so tempting!
Lisa x

Mrs B said...

arrrrrrrrrr Taz my family are from Skye, so I know all about the rain and the snow! (Beautiful on a kitchen/craft room door tho!! Not that I am biased or nought!)

Lisa- I am the devil on your shoulder....."go to Folksy.....be tempted......eat chocolate cake......I will make you a cup of tea!"

hee hee!

xxxxxx

Pomona said...

A croft in Skye sounds so romantic! And you have ended up so chic! An agricultural background has had a very bad effect on my sartorial sense, and I revert to wellies and a bundle of jumpers at the slightest excuse. I am told that sheep remember faces for years, so I always take great care to be polite when we walk past them. We have a sheepdog, too - I love them, so much more obedient than our terriers, but sometimes a bit too athletic for comfort!

Pomona x

Mrs B said...

I suppose it is romantic. Folk who live there would probaby disagree, particularly whilst dragging a sheep out of a bog....but I bet most would refuse to leave! Pop is incapable of being away longer than two weeks, before his heart starts to long! My Nana who was more travelled used to be driven spare!

That is amazing about the sheepies! I will remember that!

Hope your day has been good!

x

That Crafty Fish! said...

i had mine on the front of my door all over xmas - tho i do have a slight porch 'over' the door. It still looks brand spanking new :)

Mrs B said...

Lovely Fish, speaks the truth, mine was also on the door all winter with no ill affects but again we have an overhang? They are robust, just wool balls and baubles.....x

meplusmolly said...

Blooming bally woolley gorgeous-nuss!!!! ;0 X

Carmen said...

Those wreaths are just gorgeous, I don't blame Crafty Fish for having theirs up all year round :)

vanessa said...

Oh wow! The colours, the yarn! And so different! LOVE 'em! Anyone going to your house will know it's a safe place, a welcoming place, 'cos of all the yarn. Those wreaths are like a proclamation of yarn love! Wonderful! Love Vanessa xxx (do you mind if i knit)

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