08/11/2013

Folksy Friday - cosy cable knits

This week I have noticed a definite nip in the air during the morning school run. I even gave in and switched the heating back on - well it IS November!

This week's Folksy Friday selection is all about cosy cable knits...



1. I love the colour of this Rustic cable knitted cowl by Miss Frekkles. Perfect for weekend walks in the woods, kicking up leaves.   2. Cable Knit E-Reader Case by Daisy Beth  because, you know, your Kindle deserves to stay snuggly too! 3. Hand knitted purse by The Handcrafted Home look after your pennies in cosy cabled style!  4. Love this  Slouchy Cable Twist Knitted Beanie  by Cappelli Hats Check out their Folksy shop - this gorgeous style comes in several different colours!  5. Giant Cable Knitted Throw  by Knitting Revolution - perfect for winter evenings snuggling on the sofa   6.  The Chunky Cable Cowl by Dolly Knits - another super snuggly cowl in a beautiful shade of red will surely get you noticed!   7. Got a newborn in the family? Whip up the perfect gift using this Cabled Baby Hat knitting pattern by Lovefibres    8. Handknit Long Fingerless Mittens by Creative Therapy  - glorious cabled arm warmers reach parts other gloves can only dream of . . .  9. This fab  Braided Knit Bracelet by  the delightfully named Jessica Joy snuck in coz I just love it so much!

You may have noticed I included 9 items rather than the usual 6 today! And that's not all. For more Cosy Cable Knits on Folksy just head over to my pinterest board.

Now you have no excuses not to keep warm and snuggly!

Anthea xx

4 comments:

  1. What a wonderful thing to wake up to your email this morning... Thank you so much for including my purse in your lovely blog. warmest regards Melanie

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    1. My pleasure Melanie, it really is a very cute purse! Have a lovely weekend x

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  2. That baby is just too cute for words! It's a shame nine of my family are expecting or I would have parted with my cash for that! Incidentally, my heating has gone on too, but I do also have washing draped over every radiator and banister in the house so I am feeling slightly virtuous about multi-tasking!

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    1. drying washing is excellent use of radiators!

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