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Friday, 14 October 2011

I'm very Pleased with myself and Ruffle Scarfs

Hi,
The sun is shining, the sky is blue and its quite mild today no wind for a change. The washing is out in the garden to dry and I feel a lot better,I have driven for the first time on my own into Frome, I had an appointment. I drove on Wednesday with Vernon, he felt I could do it. So I took my time, I managed to get parked and got back home OK. I feel I have achieved something as I have not driven since the 1st December, I feel this is a real achievement after all I have been though.
I showed you my scarfs last month on the 4th September, in the post I said I had blue, black and white, and a bright red wool to knit up. Looking though what I could put on this post I thought I would show you my scarfs and how they worked out. The first one is blue and green, the wool used is Stylecraft, and is called Ruffles, they are easy to knit, one ball makes a scarf.


Bright red.





Black and white.









All the above are in my Esty store.

I hope the sun is shining where ever you are and you have a lovely weekend. Until we meet again take care

Hugs

Margaret

11 comments:

  1. These scarf's are beautiful Margaret, I like the red one.
    Kevin xx

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  3. Good for you, Margaret! Keep up those road skills - great for your independence! Maybe by next year you'll consider The Grand Prix!
    Fox : )

    p.s. Gian wanted to send flashy hubcaps. I had to put my foot down...

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  4. Hiya Margaret, I love these scarves, they are looking very elegant. I hope you have a very nice weekend.

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  5. beautiful scarves Margaret, love them all, well done on driving, we have a dry day and at 5pm the sun peeped out, may dry my washing, fingers crossed
    Tilly

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  6. WOW Margaret, these look very difficult to me, how on earth did you do them, they are simply gorgeous, but no way easy to do..lol...glad about your driving hun, thats a result.....the weather has been dry but not the best of days to be honest.....take care now.xxx

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  7. Hi Margaret.Well done you, that must have taken alot of nerve.I LOVE your scarves so pretty,can i have the red one please.xx

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  8. Lovely scarves Margaret and well done with the driving.
    Hugs
    Carol
    xx

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  9. I hadn't realized you didn't drive for such a long time! I wasn't able to drive for 'only' two months after I broke my wrists (back in 2002) and I actually had tears in my eyes when I finally was able to again! So 10 months - Wow!

    It's wonderful that you are feeling better! What amazes me is the amount of crafting/tatting/knitting you did all this past year! You are such a gifted artist in so many different crafts. And you seemed to never let up, even when not feeling well! Your work and your blog are all exceptional!
    Have a great weekend!

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  10. stunning scarfs maragret.i love the red one and so pleased to see you are back driving ;D

    xx coops xx

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  11. love these scarves and you are a great teacher and special friend, thank you margaret.

    roll on the cold weather so i can wear my scarf lol

    hugs suzanne x

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