Wow, love them, and I'm suddenly looking forward to winter ;-)
I wonder if I could take one of the SIBOL Blankets and climb up the tree at the bottom of the Garden? ...... Wow! Beautiful photos. Mustn't forget a pillow and a duvet though!ha.ha.Hugs and have a lovely evening.Lots of smiles (clue) Flickr!SuexI'll also have to get a sledge for the winter, now that would be 'creative photography' wouldn't it?All our little SIBOL Blankets piled up.
wow. beautiful. it's so weird to see snow in a photo these days! it's so hot and humid here it was almost refreshing!
I think it's a great idea for Sue to start taking arty photos up trees etc don't you?We don't go in for catalogs etc down here in OZ and I'd never heard of Green Gate before another blog mentioned it earlier in the year - a Scottish one I think. We have lots of "junk mail" delivered to our houses each week and they are sort of advertising catalogs with the week's sale items displayed but you can't order the stuff, you have to go to the shop yourself.CheersHelen
Love the pictures,something fun and different .The blanket brings inspiration for many blankets to make.What a great picture on a tree with the blanket.Thanks for visiting.Blessings!!!Hugs,Luna
Yep definitely still love this blanket!
Linda,Here in Australia we love our pumpkin. Many of us eat it nightly as a vegetable with our meat. It is especially lovely roasted with roast lamb as well as roasted potatoes, onions , parsnips. We also make delicious soup out of it but funnily enough we never make pumpkin pie for dessert like you Americans do. The English only feed pumpkin to their cattle though they don't have the varieties we do. They use Butternut Pumpkin ( they call it Butternut Squash)for soup though. Pumpkin is my favourite vegetable. I wrote a post on it here http://helsieshappenings.blogspot.com/2010/06/favourite-aussie-food.htmlSorry to rave on a bitCheersHelen
Stumbled on your blog from a comment on coco rose and so glad I did. Will now waste away some of my evening on greengate's website! Thank you!
Love the granny stripe blanket. I am actually crocheting one right now and am so close to being finished. I can't decide what to do with the border. And I think we Indiana folks got your storm last night. We've had horrible lightening the last two nights. Keep on bloggin' away! Cindy
Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog. I've never heard of Green Gate before but that blanket is beautiful. I've just started crochet blanket and now wish I'd seen your photos for inspiration first!
Wow! That blanket is gorgeous! And a really cute way to picture it :))
Hi thanks for visiting my blog and the lovely comments.
Greengate is amazing isn't it. We are extremely lucky to get it in New Zealand - maybe you should become the distributer in America!!! Love Kate xxooxxooxx.
"up a tree" is absolutely delightful! she looks so sweet and cozy. and the blanket is quite lovely too xx
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