Happy Monday Y’all!!!
I don’t think I have ever attacked a Monday with so much enthusiasm – I am usually optimistically cautious when it comes to (arguably) the most unpopular day of the week. I mostly start it with a long and tiresome list of things I need to drag myself through. Admittedly, my attitude does warm up by the afternoon to the great relief of everyone around me!
But today is different…I have soooo many things that I am super super about and can’t wait to get my grubby paws into – hang on, let me make a list of thing I am going to be sharing with you
- Firstly (and the reason for this post), we have lots more entries to the Made It challenge!!! woohoooooooo
- Woolhogs received 3 award nominations this weekend from bloggers I LOVE and admire, and consider my buddies – I am so grateful for the recognition and will be frantically busy working on my responses in the next few days 🙂
- We are taking part in our first ever market this Saturday – a spring fair – and am frantically trying to make all sorts of spring-like goodies that we can offer alongside our wool. I have very cunningly decided that these will be my entry to the Made It challenge!
- And the BEST news of all…..My 6 year old niece Amy, who was diagnosed with an incurable kidney disease called FSGS when she was 18 months old, has FINALLY been given the incredibly wonderful news that she will be getting a new kidney next month!!!! More on this in an upcoming post.
I am ecstatic that we have some newbies to this months challenge and have a warm, fuzzy heart for all you “regulars” THANK YOU ALL!
Sooooo, let me kick this Monday in gear by showing off our entries.
The lovely Millie is back with these beautiful Tsumani Kanashis – you are going to want to check these out!!!!
We have our first NEWBIE yay – Veldagia from LoopyPinkContemplation has just made our collective lives easier with her tutorial for her crochet hook case!
Our Defending Champion (heehee) Rene from Living in Sunny South Africa has another sensational shawl. WOW, aren’t those colours brilliant ?! I would never have the guts to put them together – they look stunning!
Funny Lady and veteran Made It entrant Jill, from Nice Piece of Work‘s fabric flower is blooming brilliant – I laughed out loud reading her tutorial….ahhh Jill, you are a hoot!
A very warm welcome to another new entrant CrocKnits who is also new to wordpress so go on over and say hi!! Her lovely Wrist Warmers are the perfect project for all the left over yarn that no one know what the heck to do with!!
And another huge bear-hug welcome to Katie from Spinning Some Yarns and her gorgeous Multicoloured Cowl – and yes, I totally agree – cowls are addictive!!!
So there you have it folks – I have just ticked the first thing off my list!
Enjoy browsing these all these wonderful blogs. Now, must run and fling myself into this fabulous day – Catch you later!
As alway, click below to enter!