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Denyce Lawton

Denyce Lawton

Biwtiffyl! Border Terrier - It's hard to go wrong with a breed that was the favorite of James Herriot. Developed in northern England, the Border Terrier was used to hunt foxes that preyed on farmers' livestock. It became a favorite hunt terrier, working with packs of Border Foxhounds.

Border Terrier - It's hard to go wrong with a breed that was the favorite of James Herriot. Developed in northern England, the Border Terrier was used to hunt foxes that preyed on farmers' livestock. It became a favorite hunt terrier, working with packs o

I was in The Tufty Club and had this badge.  I also went to The Tufty Club Playgroup.  Tufty taught us to cross the road safely - 'Look right, look left, look right again and if all's clear march straight across.'

I was in The Tufty Club and had this badge. I also went to The Tufty Club Playgroup. Tufty taught us to cross the road safely - 'Look right, look left, look right again and if all's clear march straight across.

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Previous Pinner: small lush cottage garden by SHR: Interesting alternative the small brick walkway among lush flowers of every kind, but no grass or lawn. Wonder if it could be done with perennials.

PIN 10 - How awesome is this! It's either some sort of bedside table or stool and it's so funky. It's rare to come across decor as unique as this. Great for an organic styled home. I love the contrast between the wood and the concrete. I would like to see this a bit bigger and use as a coffee table.

Wood Casting by Hilla Shamia

I envision these stools under the industrial pipe bar that extends off the kitchen counter top. Wood Casting \\\ Hilla Shamia pours molten aluminum directly onto tree trunks to create unique natural and modern pieces.

Horse, falcon, stag, swan, butterfly

Celtic Animal Zodiac- Falcon/Hawk for Kieran, Deer for Kenzie, Fox for Kolbie & Kyler, and Seahorse for myself. I had been pretty settled on wanting Native American totem animals, but Irish/Celtic makes more sense ;

I have both a graph cross stitch pattern and in-depth video tutorial to help you with this technique but it is really quite simple - cross stitch using a tapestry needle over your single crochet stitches!  Now I'd like to offer a little written explanation - I am NOT a cross stitcher. Yes I have taken a crack at the Aida cloth and thread before but I am no pro. Like not even a little. Not even a smidge. I'm still in the beginner poking myself with the needle stage of cross stitching. Send…

I have both a graph cross stitch pattern and in-depth video tutorial to help you with this technique but it is really quite simple - cross stitch using a tapestry needle over your single crochet stitches! Now I'd like to offer a little written explanation

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