If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Day 26

Here it is the 26th day for the challenge and I can say I've done well, have posted 20 times.
Best month out of the whole year in total times.

Today I spent time finishing up on the decoration, here most are done with Christmas but mine is still to come.

Do have a few more gifts I'm making.


These will become what are known as Japanese Knot bags 


Making one for each girl and one for myself.

Over the past few weeks I've been working on the little hats for 





This is a link for all the information needed


I have 23 ready to be sent off in the mail to Tulsa.

The Man of the Place like to feed the deer corn and he puts it out by the driveway out in front of the house. That way he can watch the ones that come up, which are many.


Not only do the deer like the, just about all the critters around here do and today a large flock of black birds came in 


They are so beautiful to watch as they fly together.


There must of been a couple hundred in this flock. I expected them to eat a majority of the corn but it look as those they barely touched it..


6 comments:

  1. How wonderful to be able to see the deer from your home and a delight to see the blackbird. Beautiful projects.

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  2. Yes it is nice, you get to see how they interact with each other, certain behavior you start to understand and recognize. They are very interesting animals, so graceful.

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  3. I am always thrilled to spot Deer.
    Mama Bear

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  4. I love your Japanese Knot bags. Will you tell me what pattern you used? I think they would be great to keep my knitting n. I love the little red hats you made, I’m making them also. I love watching deer, and how they move around. Thank you, I always enjoy your blog. Hugs, Sandi

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    1. That is exactly what I put in my bag, especially small projects like socks. I put a link to the pattern on a newer post. You'll have done in a couple hours.

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  5. Congrats on your blogging success this month. With all that's going on with the holiday, you did really well. Those bags are very cute. We like watching the wildlife too. Though we are mainly limited to just watching the birds that eat the rose hips. Have a wonderful New Year!

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