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Blue covered stone I made, white stone and standing mushroom, by Margie 

I could hardly believe that just seconds after putting up my last post the purl bee posted this tutorial by Margie. I swiftly grabbed a stone, thread and hook and started stitching. I'm not sure I followed the pattern exactly but it's okay, I still love it. I made this one as a mate to the sweet white one Margie made and I'm so excited to have made my very own. 

The stitches really are simple so if you're in the process of learning crochet give it a try. Really, if I can do it, you can too.

In the garden of a nearby pub

And these are some images from our day at a pub nearby. This pub has the nicest garden we've ever been to and as you can see, doggies are welcome too. There's a beautiful kitchen garden and little nooks where you can curl up with a book, the Sunday papers, or in my case, a bit of crochet. I'm hoping the sun will shine brightly tomorrow when we meet our lovely Sonia and family in this very place - I can't wait!

If you visit Hampshire and are in the Petersfield area, email me for directions to this special spot. Oh, I forgot to mention, the food is all local and amazing and the regional brews are definitely worth a taste as well.

 More images of our favourite pub on Flickr.  



the garden looks great, I should have a look when I come in October

margie oomen

please give sonia the biggest hug ever for me !!!!
she will be so impressed with the stone you made:)

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

It's so beautiful, nini!

Oh my goodness, you're meeting Sonia and the family? Give them squeezes for me too. Have fun!


I have seen these stones around Blogland and will give it a go!
Well done I like yours.


I've made a couple of the stones too - the perfect project for an evening (I crochet slowly).

I would be interested in the name of the pub - as you know my in laws are in your area so we do get down reasonably frequently!


That amazing garden looks perfect for such a wonderful meeting !!! You always have lovely ideas, Nini.
I'm sure we are many who would love to sit there and crochet with you ...

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