Friday, 5 September 2014

#craftblogchallenge - winter

This month the wonderful-ness that is #CraftBlogClub are hosting another challenge - the ones in the past I have only observed, but this one I want to join in because as soon as I heard the theme I knew precisely what I wanted to make.


The theme is WINTER - and you can read all about the theme and challenge over on Fiona's blog. A quick round up of the rules are as follows

  1. You can interpret this theme however you like - I've decided to knit myself a neck wrap in Debbie Bliss Winter Garden wool, which I received for free when I subscribed to Let's Knit magazine months and months ago, along with a pattern book (picture above). I've never knitted with luxury yarn before so I am very excited!
  2. Present your make in a blog post by 7th October and link up to Fiona's blog
  3. Keep everyone informed using the hashtags #CraftBlogClub and #WinterCBC
Are you joining in this month's challenge? 

AND if you have NO idea what #CraftBlogClub is - why not read my blog post on my first go here, and join us on twitter every Tuesday between 7-8/8.30ish for a tweet-chat!

5 comments:

  1. Some of the pins on that board are beautiful! I might have to see if I have time to join in. The colour you have picked is so lovely. I can't wait to see the finished piece

    Rhiannon x

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    1. it is a beautiful board isn't it - we've said it before but let's say it again, how amazing is pinterest?! oh i hope you do, though with various challenges, craft swaps and now christmas on the horizon I wonder if I am doing too much,.. hehe :) jenny xx

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  2. Ooh, love the yarn! Excited to see how it comes out! :) x

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    1. thank you becca :D I am excited too, hopefully it will be lovely enough to wear when the weather (finally) turns autumnal! jenny xx

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  3. Thank you for the post and the link up to my blog! I'm so pleased you are joining in this one. I can't wait to see the completed neck wrap in this lovely yarn xx

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