Knitting again from 8 January

The Fenton Knitting Group meets for the first time in 2019 tomorrow, 8 January, with a warm welcome to our returning members as well as any new knitters or anyone wanting to learn to knit.

So if you want to get crafty with your needles, Fenton is the place to be on Tuesday evenings.

Although the festive season is officially over once again for another year, our cake this week will be Mary Berry’s Twelfth Night Cake. See for yourself Soo’s very first attempt at ‘posh’ filigree icing. It may not look quite as smart as Mary’s version, but I promise you it will taste good!FKG postcard

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Woolly warmth for Christmas

My final Christmassy project was some cheery woollen scarves, which I hope will be keeping some very special people warm and cosy this winter. They have been handed out to homeless people in the Lincoln area.scarves

A crochet blanket for Gatsby

As a Christmas surprise for my daughter, I made her a crochet throw and cushion to cosy up her leather sofas for the winter weather. The stash was raided for greys and taupes to match her colour scheme, with a few pinks and mauves to petty it up a little. The cushion cover is just two giant granny squares crocheted together over a washable feather pad and the throw is 12 giant granny squares, each of 9 rows of colour. Every single square is different, thanks to the stash!

My little cat, Milly, was a huge help during the creative process and my daughter’s cat, Gatsby, clearly appreciates the result!

 

So sad to say goodbye

We’ve had to say goodbye to one of our members this summer. B joined us just a year ago. but has now moved away to a lovely new home further north, so won’t be able to join us on Tuesday evenings any more. We shall all miss her terribly, but we’re already planning a visit! So we’ll see you again soon, B! x

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Pompomtastic!

The ladies of the Fenton Knitting Group have been delivering bags full of blue, green and white pompoms all morning, so that I will have enough to make a woolly garland to hang outside on Sunday. I’m opening my garden to the public then as a fundraiser for the Nystagmus Network, a charity very close to my heart, and the pompoms are all in the charity’s colours.

THANK YOU SO MUCH, LADIES!

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Nystagmus garden open day flyer - Sue