1. Tif, how is your crochet coming along?
well thank you kindly for asking, despite starting off with what i felt a dodgy combination of colours, i am thrilled to see things are not as pants in the 'colour combo' department as i first thought.
2. Tif, have you paced yourself this time whilst dabbling with Mr Hook?
actually i have dearest reader, i have indeed! this time i have just dabbled short spurts of dabbling and thus far, the blanket is progressing, Mr Hook is feeling loved and my wrists are feeling dandy.
3. Tif, when are you going to continue with the three c's, the anticipation of your words of wisdom on clog wearing is causing me to be distracted at work and home?
do not fear nor fret dear reader, i do plan to pick up where i left off in the next week or so and with that bit of information i hope your distracted ways will mend themselves.
4. Tif, you mention you have been beavering on a joyful shop update but have yet to announce the day of said update?
ah yes, tomorrow i will be doing a bit of rambling about this very subject, as tomorrow is wednesday and i do think it lends itself nicely to such important businessy busy things such as rambling on about shop updates. in my rambling will be the date of my joyful shop update and other nitty gritty details which maybe of interest (or not as the case maybe for some)
|...and glory hung at mossy shed windows in the shape of flannel floral curtains|
5. Tif, was that you i spied over on Holly's peachy blog Decor8 this morning, whilst having my morning cuppa?
gosh, yes it was... i must tell you i was most fortunate to meet Holly whilst doing what i was doing in Minnesota in september. if you recall Janine and myself went to The Creative Connection to sell our wares and launch the book. Holly very kindly invited me to do a book interview upon her peachy place, i do hope you will take the time to read it, because way, way on down, once you get through my rambling answers you will see at the bottom, where i list my blessings of the internet, you are amongst them dearest readers. for i have said it before and i say it again today, i would not being doing what i am doing without you by my side and for that, i am truly thankful
she is also thanking Holly most kindly for asking her some very nitty gritty questions and being most peachy about the book ~ Tif
Hi my Dear,
Love your stuff and read Holly's great interview with you. I have also just ordered your book. Looking forward to it!
Hej Tif! this afternoon I was early back from work at Villa. I was checking my mailbox and visiting blogland and read your interview on decor8 and i was looking outside, thinking leave the desk and grab dottie's book and have a good read again. and although it's November 1st I could sit in the garden in the sun and enjoyed your peachy book again. this time i didn't read and see but read it very carefully. your book realy is something else xX
Loved your interview on decor8 today! I'm a new reader and so far I'm loving your blog! ^_^
The interview captures nicely just how gracious and charming you are... those books will be flying out the door!
Hi Tif, it's your reader from down under.. here in Oregon.. I got a big kick out of your chicken apple bobbing! And your ripple is looking very cozy.. I'm working on one too, with a wild color combo. Have you posted your photos on the Lucy "ripple along" Flickr page? I have! I just brought hubby home from the hospital this morning after a surgery and will be taking good care of him today.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)
lovely! the throw blanket I have on me right now I crocheted with what I thought would be a horribly random color combination of left over yarns. It turned out to look really fun & it is so warm!
such an excellent interview!
Hi Tiff, I just read your interview on decor8!! You are so very inspiring to me, and really just a lovely person! I'm a mother of three gorgeous daughters and I also love "creating" stuff, and I've heard a whisper that I might be getting your book for CHRISTMAS.... xsarah (foundby-sarah.blogspot.com)
I am like so many watching for a cloggy installment...Oh how I love your clogs...
I do love the colour combos you and Mr Hook are getting up too...and of course there is nothing quite like a chevron granny blanket for that...
Thank you for the link to the lovely interview and for commenting on my blog. It is quite wonderful to connect with new bloggy friends. I look forward to reading your book.
Nice colors. I hope you will show it when it's ready:-)
Regards from Sweden
Ahh, a fellow-Commonwealthian in the Pacific Northwest? Well, actually, you may not consider yourself part of the Commonwealth, but the root of it.......anyway, am loving your blog and the peeks of your book and must get organised to get a copy :0)
p,s, we used to have an Airstream and my dearest wish was to get another - alas, that won't be happening now, but oh well, lovely memories.....
many thanks my dears for your lovely comments today upon my interview and also all other matters relating to the book, the blanket and the clogs :)
yes yes, i will be sure to do a 'voila'! moment for my blanket, no worries at all :)
have a peachy midweek!
I just bought your book, love it! It sits on my coffee table smiling up at us now.
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