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Messages - Tamnymore

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Today... / Re: Its Tuesday 17th and its all quiet here
« on: Today at 09:12:51 »
Yes, today the weather seems more normal where I am. The winds have died down and it's a proper October temperature so cardi on!

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I think we sometimes accidentally throw away teeny weeny pattern pieces with the bits of tissue paper left over from cutting out the patternn. Either that or there's a pattern gremlin who nicks them!

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The Cafe / Re: Bragging or what
« on: Yesterday at 22:17:32 »
Oooh yes I agree. Too much flesh!

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In the wardrobe / Re: Butterick 5526, Ottobre 5/2016 12 & 18
« on: Yesterday at 21:48:40 »
Yes I remember cutting out on the floor..... a hundred years ago!

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The Cafe / Re: Ophelia anyone?
« on: Yesterday at 16:55:36 »
There are pictures of the strange skies we have been experiencing on the BBC website.

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The Cafe / Re: Ophelia anyone?
« on: Yesterday at 14:26:19 »
The sun has gone back to its normal colour where I am and we have lost that eerie light!

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The Cafe / Re: This is the week
« on: Yesterday at 14:10:04 »
Good luck with the kitchen fitting, RD. Looks like a nice kitchen and I'm sure muv will keep the fitters in order. I think I need to hire her as project manager when I next  have some work done in the house.

I sympathise with your shift pattern conundrum. Don't know what the answer is but I'm sure you will get to the right decision on due course.

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The Cafe / Re: Ophelia anyone?
« on: Yesterday at 11:51:09 »
According to the BBC website the strange red sun is caused by Ophelia sucking up sand from the Sahara!

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The Cafe / Re: Ophelia anyone?
« on: Yesterday at 11:10:06 »
Goodness, Greybird that's quite a story from the 1987 storm. Hope there's nothing like that for you this time. Who could forget the immortal lines from Michael Fish: 'There will be no hurricane.' The winds are starting to whistle up the Cheshire gap but I don't expect we will have it badly here. I too had noticed the orange sun through the clouds.

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In the wardrobe / Re: Butterick 5526, Ottobre 5/2016 12 & 18
« on: October 15, 2017, 21:51:11 PM »
I cut out on the dining room table which means I have to clear up.when someone wants to eat a meal. I quite like cutting out. As I do the odd thing in tartan I often have a bit of pattern matching to do which I also quite like even though it is time consuming.

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Today... / Re: Sunday 15th October 2017
« on: October 15, 2017, 16:48:36 PM »
Definitely bbq weather. Had a nice walk at Hare Hill in Alderley Edge. Couldn't get into the Alderley Edge car park further up.the road as the nice weather had brought everyone out.

The Edge itself is just about the only thing that passes for a hill in this part of Cheshire and is one of the (many !) places where Merlin and the knights of the round table are allegedly buried. Just checking the legend. Apparently King Arthur and his knights are waiting in a cave under the Edge for the last battle to save England. Well, that's a comfort then.

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Your Favourite Suppliers / Re: Gorgeous fabrics closing
« on: October 14, 2017, 12:27:24 PM »
I never like to hear of fabric shops closing but maybe there will be some bargains.

I see it is a US (?) site ( it is in dollars - didn't stop to check which type) so watch out for customs charges if you order from the UK.

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Today... / Re: Friday the 13th eek!
« on: October 13, 2017, 08:09:22 AM »
Have a good day, all. I'm off for an eye test this morning.. i can hardly contain my excitement.  :S

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The Cafe / Re: Two very special TSP birthdays today!
« on: October 12, 2017, 22:10:22 PM »
Happy birthday to you both. Hope you had a great day!

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Today... / Re: 12th October Thursday
« on: October 12, 2017, 20:29:07 PM »
Just watching a programme on BBC4 on the hidden dangers of the post-war home. The rather glam presenter has just walked through the set of a 1950s home remarking how it was like her grandparents' home. Errr it was a lot more modern than my parents' home I can tell you!
And now we have Barry Bucknell putting hardboard over nice Victorian doors which was exactly what my Dad did. Our home was certainly 'Bucknellised' for those of you of a certain age!

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