Sunday 27 December 2020

Ginx Woolly Linx Party January


Happy New Year to everyone who visits my link party.

Thank you to everyone who has stuck with me, and kept joining in with your projects. I have just looked back to the first party - 3 years ago - and have realised that some of you have been linking since then. When I started I used to worry about the numbers, but I seem to not think about that too much now. I see some much bigger parties, but I am really happy that everyone sticks to the yarn, wool theme, and that we are so international. I don't usually talk politics, but I voted to stay in Europe, but what can you do ...

As you can see I have chosen five projects this month. Just could not stop myself. I have been trying my hand at some crochet, which I will post about soon. I have looked hard at the projects, slightly thinking, could I make that? I still find it very hard to follow a crochet pattern, particularly the ones that have diagrams. But with the help of some youtube videos, I have learned a few techniques. 

Raji of Raji's Crafty Hobby has made this pretty two colour doily coaster. The photo instructions are really clear and very good, and must take quite a while to create. 

Alexandra of Eye Love Knots has made a stunning Christmas wreath out of granny squares. One for the to do list.

I really like Sandra of Hakelfieber's collection of baskets, decorated with a spike stitch. 

I also could not resist showing you these Dutch house cushions from Liz of Howling at the Moon. Two colours, and really eye-catching.

And finally say hello to Toby the Triclops, made by Con Hilos, Lanos y Botones. I have just sat and watched Monster's University with my daughter, and I think he would fit in there very well.

I wish you and your loved ones all well for 2021. Surely things will start to get better. I may be publishing a little early, but the party will open on 1st January. If you have linked a project very near the end of the month, please feel free to link again, so you can be considered for the featured posts.

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  1. Thanks for hosting! I really appreciate yarn only parties! Happy New Year!

  2. Thank you very much for featuring my Canal Houses Cushions! All the best for 2021!

  3. Thank you so much for Featuring my Picot Flower Coaster.....Elated to be featured!!!!... I love your link parties!!!

  4. Good morning, thank you for hosting your parties, love them!! I Am also sad about the Brexit, but can understand it sometimes, as politicians in Bussels are far away, but have a lot of power. But we will make it through and I am happy to feel so many friends around the world love crocheting and knitting as much as I do ♥️
    Xo mimiswanblog