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Saturday, 5 January 2019

JANUARY TIME.

Hello everyone ,
Well I am back still not 100% yet but getting there , my daughter still has her cold and that's been 3 weeks , so looks like another week for me.
I am feeling allot better and yesterday we went out for the first time , it was just nice to get out for a few hours .
I also walked around the garden today and the bulbs are really pushing their way up .
I also picked some Christmas roses , I love them they are so pretty .
Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments from last time and thank you for the gifts which have been  so many .
I am happy to say I am back to my stitching and other hobbies , I have been sorting and making a list of what to stitch for this coming year , I have started a new SAL which you will see over the next few months , I have also spotted a few large stitching kits I want to stitch for my home so will be buying those soon. I have sorted also a big box of smalls which I will rotate with my larger stitching and I am hoping each year now to get some of my WIPs finished .
I really love stitching the best out of all my hobbies and know it's good for relaxing my mind I go off in another world when stitching , do you ? I really think it's a form of mediating 
First I want to show you a little beaded ornament I stitched for a friend of mine .

                            I used the new DMC thread with the sparkle in it I loved it .
                                                                       The Front 
                                                           

The Back


I sewed beads around the outside 
It was a free chart that was given to me .
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I have been doing a little knitting too.


I love the way the colours form .

Christmas Roses 


                                                  My Christmas roses I cut them today
                                                                  they are so pretty
                                                            Another picture of them .
                                                         
On Christmas Eve we went to the coast for lunch 
This was the view from the window .
It was raining but it was lovely to eat and watch the waves coming in.



Below these house's face the sea with their palm trees .
But it can be very cold in Winter .


The  same week before Christmas we went to a little parish in Idford 
For a poem reading and to see the display of Christmas trees .


The cream stone you see above is from the Saxon times .





                   It was a lovely afternoon looking around and talking and listening to some beautiful poems .
From Titty in Italy some lovely gifts .
Thank you my sweet friend .






 And from my dear friend Nathalie from France .
Thank you you are both Angels . 


I have lots more gifts I will show next time .
I will leave you for now 
with my first daffodil's Hubby brought me yesterday for the New Year I cut some catkins to go with them .

Have a great stitching weekend and a HAPPY NEW to you all.

29 comments:

  1. Love all your stitching and the flowers are beautiful. You have some lovely gifts. Hope you get my parcel soon. big hugs

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  2. I'm loving your scarf June, it's such pretty wool and the pattern shows it off beautifully. I agree that crafting takes us to another place - I don't think people fully realise the benefits of creating.

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  3. I love the colours in your knitting project, all the beautiful photos, and your Christmas roses .... a beautiful post, June. I'm happy for you that you're on the mend - we were 3 weeks with the flu and I can say that never have I been so sick for so long and may I never experience it again. Take care and enjoy the new year. ^^

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  4. Beautiful flowers, we have none, way too cold in January for that. Keep the pictures coming, lol. You're so organized to have all your projects lined up like that. Impressive. Your feather and fan colors are so pretty, so soft and warm looking.

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  5. I'm so behind with blogging and blog reading, I'm sorry to read you've been poorly. Can't wait to see what you're going to stitch this year.

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  6. Hi Jume love your stitched decoration and your knitting is surberb,the colours are so pretty.
    Thankyou for sharing your lovely pics with us and enjoy your lovely gifts xx

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  7. Oh your knitting is just lovely! What sweet gifts you have received!

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  8. Love the colours in your knitting and your stitching happy new year and happy stitching. I'm glad your feeling better.

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  9. Hi June,
    Oh the pearl ornament looks very interesting, so noble with the little beads outside around. And I really like the shape of the finish.
    The scarf has a nice gradient and looks so fine. I have not cut any Christmas roses so far, but I'll do that, is a pretty little decoration, and you can enjoy the flowers.
    Thank you for your comment on my first post,
    Hugs Martina

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  10. Great gifts, given & received.
    The Christmas Roses are beautiful!
    Your knitting is so pretty.
    Happy New Year!!
    Marilyn

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  11. Happy New Year.
    The little blue ornament looks great. Nice idea with the beads.
    Lovely Christmas gifts arrived.
    I love your knitting projeckt. Nice colour.
    Enjoy the Sunday, Manuela

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  12. I always love the first daffodils, a wonderful sign that winter will be over. x

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  13. Glad you are on the mend. I think Im coming down with something - start of a sore throat and a nose that seems to be permanently running - a couple of paracetamol and hope itll sort it out :-) xx

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  14. Good evening, my dear June
    I'm glad you're better and thank you for this beautiful article.
    Your Christmas roses have a wonderful hue.
    I love the color of the wool: your scarf is going to be very pretty.
    Can you give me the reference of this wool please. Thanks in advance.
    Sweet kisses and beautiful evening.

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  16. Good to know you are feeling a little better.
    Yes I go in to my own little world as I stitch, just escape from reality for just a while.
    Your gifts are wonderful. The Christmas roses are so sweet too. Looking forward to seeing what projects you have lined up for this year.
    Have a good week.

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  17. June: Your ornament is lovely, I have not used the sparkly thread yet but will soon.
    Your knitting is beautiful, I love the colors.
    Beautiful gifts you have received.
    Thank-you for sharing your tour with us, that Church is lovely.
    I am happy you are feeling better.

    Catherine

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  18. Very nice knitting and the colours you put together too. Wonderful Christmas roses!
    Happy 2019,
    Miriam

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  19. Glad to read you are feeling better. Thank you for sharing those lovely photos, seaviews are wonderful even on a rainy day!
    Stitching is definitely calming, I also tend to get entirely lost in it!
    Happy (stitching) 2019!

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  20. I'm so happy that you are beginning to feel better, June! Hope 2019 is a healthy year for you with no colds, flu, etc. (wouldn't that be nice!?)

    Your little ornament and knitting are so beautiful--such a lovely color palette. It looks so pretty photographed with your Christmas roses.

    Love seeing photos of sights in other countries--thank you for sharing your trip to the coast with us. Have a great week, my friend! ♥

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  21. I love your blue ornament with the beats around the outside.
    Your chritsmas presents are so wonderful and the Christmas roses too. The colorful scarf is going to look very wonderful
    Thank you for all your comment on my blog.
    Happy new year, Andrea

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  22. Happy New Year and so glad you feel a little better.
    Lovely stitching and knitting, the scarf looks lovely and soft.

    Have a good week x

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  23. Lovely wool for the scarf, I've knitted that pattern a couple of times, one for me and one for DD, its quite easy once you get the hang of it and looks really effective.
    Good to read you are feeling a little better and were able to enjoy an outing.
    Your daffs made me smile, DH brought me a bunch to remind me spring is just round the corner.
    Have a lovely week x

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  24. While visiting your beautiful blog today I came across an ornament you made with a pattern by Maryse. I love it. I am having trouble finding out how I can purchase the pattern. Any help would be great. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  25. belli i tuoi lavori! La rosa di Natale in italiano si chiama elleboro, lo adoro

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  26. Happy New Year, June! Sounds like you had a nice Christmas. Love that beaded ornament! Who is the designer?

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  28. I'm glad you are on the mend! I love the wool you are using for your knitting - I'm a sucker for colour change and glitter and it has both! Looks like you received some lovely gifts x

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  29. I hope you're feeling better by now, the week is up!
    What a sweet ornament, such a pretty blue colour.
    Your scarf is gorgeous and even matches the flowers!
    I love the pictures from the parish, especially the trees.
    Such lovely gift you received!

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