Warm

Here we are at the first Tuesday of February with our Photographic Monthly Meet Up.

The theme this month is WARM, so join us by leaving links in the comments to any photographs and/or posts both current and archive. Let’s all meet up for a huddle to keep warm – cos ‘baby it’s cold outside’! At least it is here. Any photos of warmer climes will be much drooled over and appreciated!

It might be frosty outside this morning but inside I’m indulging in some cosy hooky time before getting out of bed!

crochet, Woodland Cal, view

I’m loving the warm colours of Attic24’s Woodland Cal and in the 5th week of the Cal the blanket is big enough to keep me warm whilst crocheting.

I’m already thinking of new projects using these scrummy colours.Attic24 Woodland Cal

Going back to February 2013 I found this post – and the colours fit with the Warm theme

crochet cushions

And this post from February 2014 when I was in Abu Dhabi for two gloriously WARM weeks.

In February 2015 I was keeping cosy under the Attic24 Cosy Cal

Attic24 Cosy Cal

In February 2016 I knitted 14 bobble hats to keep my family warm

knitted bobble hats

In February 2017 the Attic24 Cal was once again keeping me warm with my Hedgerow version of Lucy’s Moorland Blanket.

Attic24 Moorland cal, Hedgerow colours

How are you keeping warm?

The theme stays open all month, just leave your links in the Comments.

I’m really looking forward to seeing your take on WARM.

Now I’d better get up!

 

Update:

This photo is of Bentley, a very warm dog, trying to cool off on a hot summers day. Sent to me by my sister, you can see her wonderful paintings and silver jewellery on Instagramgolden labrador, hot dog, #clthistlethwaiteart

 

 

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44 responses to “Warm

  1. A lovely theme to visualize during this week of plummeting temperatures! It’s nice when a project becomes large enough to serve a purpose while still a WIP 😀

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  2. I’m staying cozy inside! Woke up to a windchill of -40°C this morning. Working on some crochet projects today. 🙂

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  3. I love looking through all your warm yarny goodness! I got my pix together finally, here’s my link….https://livinginrapidcity.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/photo-challenge-warm/

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  6. I love knitting blankets in the winter so they can keep me warm

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  7. Lisa at Greenbow

    Knitting is the perfect art for this time of year. I can see that artistry runs in your family.

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  8. Do you make all of Attic24’s cals? What a wonderful array you have! There’s nothing like working on a throw and it being big enough to keep you warm as you work 🙂

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  9. Oh yes, I remember your marathon bobble hat knitting for your family! Sure to keep them cosy indeed:)

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  10. Oh, nice! Those vibrant colors make me feel warmer just by looking at them. Love that dog buddy Bentley!

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  11. shelleykrupagmailcom

    I just stumbled upon this challenge. I didn’t use the word warm…will you accept it as a twist on the challenge? 😉 http://www.quaintrevival.com/twisted-tuesday-challenge-gfth-gftb/

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  12. Oh, what lovely warm colours. Fab!

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  14. Love your blankets, I’ve just ordered a couple of Attic 24 wool packs 🙂 My favourite warm photo is of my elderly dog Zac cooking himself in front of our stove… https://thecraftycreek.com/2018/02/06/warm/

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  15. Hello there
    It’s warm here in Melbourne today but my Warm post is a memory of a day at the beach in 1960
    I’m hoping It fits the bill.
    Love love love your blankets and the colours are divine.
    Cathy

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  17. It’s snowing here, but it’s warn inside… there are a variety of blankets to snuggle under, but I am currently under one knitted from (the sadly missed) Colinette yarn. On my needles: a jumper for me in warm wool from New Lanark and the hat I’m designing for Faithmead, using lovely blue-faced Leicester wool (with a touch of ‘rose ‘silk’) from not too many miles down the road.

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  18. all these colours and yarny yumminess really are my idea of warm!

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