We've adopted our first creche!
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Just posted off 35 squares can you please add to the total for me please. Ta
Lots of candle bridges on Amazon, Pam. My neighbour's just replaced hers.
More about knots: Lucy Wallace of the Loom a Square group has just posted a link to a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq6cKZHzMfI&feature=youtu.be which shows another version. Looks interesting but I haven't tried it yet. More ways of doing reef knots?
we decorate the outside of our house at xmas we put blue lights on our cherry tree and lights round all the front windows and door and lights round the fence it all looks very festive
My 20-year-old Candle Bridge 'died' last year and have not been able to find a decent replacement! It was put in the kitchen window which faces into our cul-de-sac, to add a little bit of sparkle for the kiddies living nearby - it was our only Christmas decoration, but it made the neighbours think we'd spruced up our home! Last years replacement LED heart, didn't quite cut-the-mustard!
Not many paper garlands around any more Jeanne - mostly garish flashing LED lights. Our tree lights have finally failed and I'm so sad as we have had them for many years and nothing similar around now. Our village certainly gets lit up for Christmas. The local electrician has santas and snowmen climbing every tree, outhouse roof and garage with twinkling ropes of light in between. Not stylish - but quite good fun!
Congrats gals on adopting a creche and I must say I love that "magic knot". I figure whatever works beats weaving in ends as it seems bulky that way. How's your weather over there? We've been under 6-8 inches of snow for 2 weeks or so where I am in about the middle of Canada. I miss the sugar mice we used to buy in England before we emigrated, they were either pink or solid white pressed sugar I guess, with string tails. And the paper garland decorations were second to none...the plastic tinsel ones I can get here just aren't the same. One day I'll have to be "over there" for Christmas, just for the fun of it!
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