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Jennifer Rose

hopefully what ever peri was rolling in wasnt too smelly!

ok, I really need to go through the knitting books I bought and learn how to knit, with all the lovely stuff you make, its makes me want to try learning to knit again :)

Linda

such wonderful posts. The girls are in fine form! And love the socks. I am slowly working my way through a Christmas stocking, the pattern leaves a lot to be desired. So I am now
re-knitting for the 3rd time. Enjoy your knitting meeting. hugs to all

mrspao

I'm ever so interested in seeing your weedkiller results. It looks like such a great idea.

kgirlknits

nectarine cake!!

I'll be interested to see how your weed-killer goes - I've got a very similar problem at my place I need to deal with.

hope you had fun knitting with your friend :)

Cakelaw

You have been busy! I love dogs, but their habit of rolling in smelly stuff is disconcerting. Gilly and Peri are adorable - love their "selfies".

RoseRed

We have weeds growing up amongst the pavers too. Must attack them similarly! Ihave read you can use just vinegar. I wonder which is more effective? Perhaps I should match your experiment!

That knitting is amazingly stretchy! Wow!

Wendy

I love those green and purple socks :-) Sadly, here it is still very much sandal and sundress weather. Hoping for a burst of autumn to arrive very soon though.

Lois

Love the Labradors selfies LOL

It'll be interesting for me to see how your weed killer works. I've often thought of using this recipe on our pool retaining wall.

The tiny Socktical Magic socks look so cute. I'm sure the little wearer of the Dilly Dilly Bonnet will be very snuggley too.

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