Tuesday, 1 January 2013

2012 Finished Objects - Caps, Hats and Ear-Warmers

Happy New year one and all!!! 2013, wow!
Thank you all so much for following along, your support and interest has been amazing and made my Blog journey of 2012 all the more special.

May all your dreams and wishes be fulfilled in 2013.
I look forward to sharing this years' journey with you also :)

xxxx


Whilst wondering through the WWW, as one usually does, I was recently amazed at how much stuff I have actually managed to create over the year in 2012 and so I thought I would share my Year of Crafts with you over this week.



Today I am going to show you the "Head-Gear"  I created over the year 2012.













Do you have you Finished Objects to share?
I would love to see all your FOs for 2012.

Join in the fun below :)

The linky party will be open until 7th January, so feel free to link up each day for the first 7 days into the year!

Tomorrow I will be sharing my Scarves, Shawls and Cowls with you all.
See you then
x



2 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Natalie.
    I'd love to make the the fair isle headband and fingerless mitts, is it your own pattern?

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  2. Hi Emma,
    I wish you all the best for 2013 also, and hope your new year is off to a good start :)

    I feel very honoured, thank you. Yes, the pattern is my own. It is available to purchase on Craftsy or on Etsy (The links to both my Stores are on the left in the side bar.) If you are a member of my Facebook group, (Link also on the sidebar) you will have access to a coupon code for this pattern that will allow you a 20% discount from my Etsy store.

    Thanks for visiting.
    x

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I will reply to each of your comments, sometimes it does take a while to get around to all of them, but I will reply within 24 hours of you posting. :)

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I am interested in alternative therapies, studied as a vibrational therapist and incorporate my beliefs into my everyday life.

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