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You may notice that some posts from Sundays have been repeated, this is if there is time-sensitive information included in them, this does sometimes lead to repeated links from the previous week.

2Knitornot2Knit processes some fleece; part 1

An apology for an idler reconstructs some t-shirts

An Evening Wasted with has minor injuries and finds a useful site for kids foot measurments and talks about food and reading

As the world Falls Down goes to Ballet and loses her wallet; downloaded a torrent; wonders about CIS; forgot about a class; talks about a man at the train station; got a waitressing job offer; finds regetsy and finds herself in darkness in the Library

Basil Explosion finds an ideal room

Beckydazzler has a sun and stripes moment

Bola de Berlin talks about being ill and daydreaming

Celtic Knots talks about starting afresh in 2011

Celtic Memory Yarns has an eventful Christmas and New Year

Chebe is behind with her crepe sewing and asks for help to work out a contrast fabric for a project

Clasheen talks about the order of process of her Art L!nks project; order of process continued; asks a question about yoga balls; thanks, shows drying pictures and talks about stiffeners

Colour and Ink makes a draft excluder and does some paperplay challenges

Dispatches from the Deise explains GUBU and knits some woolies

Dragondays goes to the optician

Droim an Uan tries dyeing with winter woad

Duilleoga does a bit of a catchup; makes her son a slumber blanket and cooks tofu for the first time

Etsy Ireland looks for help; has the crafty news desk; welcomes new members; does some new year treasuries; a Limerick meeting with an Etsy rep; has a fab five on Friday and starts their the Eyes open Ireland with a call for photos

Feanor Crafts has some Valentines Ideas

Fly Along does some crochet on some stones

From Sheep to Shawl photographs a hat with some Wensleydale locks

Happy Heart=Happy Soul photographs some finished objects

Haz wool will knit casts on and casts off

Herborium paints Cashel House Ivy

Irish muses gets the Frost Fairy and contemplates a cat; talks about two swaps, more cat talk and an African wall hanging and does a drunkard path tutorial

Kay B shows off a new tunic

Kersti blogs her tweet week and links (sadly broken) to an infographic on what if web browsers were celebrities

KnitInc finishes a pair and a half of socks

Knitting Neels goes into hibernation and emerges with some finished items; shows off Folded top; a heather hoodie and Pole Cardigan

Laura Eliason has some collection ideas; shows her current work area and does some knitting machine swatches

Little Hare shows sign of Spring

Margie’s Knits talks about her mum and knitting

Michelle Made this shares a quick dinner recipe; starts getting prepared for Valentines Day; is a little annoyed at people using her material without credit and visits a Paris Fleamarket

Miss Aine makes a mermaiden and another Bride and Groom

Morgtoday is writin’, leapin’ and trekin’ and catches a moment

Pippablue discusses Rowan Magazine no 49

Playing with Fi(b)re talks about tasting the Rainbow

Rubysasha talks about resolutions and the finished cape

She knit up that ball releases another cowl pattern and talks about Pinteresting

Skuldmakesstuff fixes up stuff

SlickFixation announces that she’s working for a fashion non-profit and links to some Geren Ford Designs on a blogpost

Spring Stitches shares a cowl pattern; some books to inspire renewing, recycling and creating; shops for a new sewing machine and talks about learning the Long Tail Cast On

Springwools (and the links don’t appear to work) have new posts about 2011 classes and Favourite Free Headband patterns

Starving Artist Ink blogs nonsense no 7; a painting pallet of ideas; photographs the shape of a mother; about living in the glow of love and time warp, wasted

Stolen Stitches is busy

TheBohoMama shares a recipe for Beef Stew

The Gaiety Girl flashes her stash and talks about the difference a day can make with a project

The Nest talks about good things; does an easy all-in-one cushion cover tutorial; talks about a yarn-along and a book; has a change of plans and about getting ready for spring

Things that strike me writes an open letter to Brian Cowen and works on a hairpin scarf

This and That complains about recipes

This is Knit gets a delivery and links to some Miss Potter fingerless gloves

Thread Bear Picnic is nominated as a great crochet blog and launches her Friendship Scarf pattern

Undermeoxter talks about beginners spinning books; a spinning WIP and plies it

Amg Arts talks about working on the inside of her house

Where there’s a Wool links to the story of Donegal Tweed (documentary on RTE, not sure if it’s viewable outside Ireland)

Wirewrapped talks about wrapping a teardrop bead; an agate slab pendant; more gothic hearts; a labradorite and haematite pendant; an agate and copper pendant; an emergency Jasper Pendant and a Winter frost pendant

The Woolly Way of Ireland talks about the Roscommon Lamb festival attempt to break a world record and the Jerwood Contemporary Makers Exhibition in Kilkenny

Wyvernfriend Knits reviews Styles by Sally Melville and Jane Austen’s Sewing Box

Yarn Classes talks about bagging a pattern and the 2011 first quarter yarn classes schedule

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