Wednesday, 8 August 2012

What You Doing Wednesday Week 20

Good morning everyone.
I hope your week is going well so far!


Benji still has his cough
but is more himself.

Little Red's caterpillars are coming along 





Each morning Little Red gets up & checks out the size of his caterpillars.
They are growing super fast!

We bought him the pack for his birthday.
You get a net holder for when they have hatched into butterflies
and a form to send off for your caterpillars
to be sent to you.
Your caterpillars come in the post
in the above container.
The container holds all the food the 4 or 5
caterpillars will need.
Once they are in their chrysalis you
move them into the net cage.
Once they have hatched you keep the butterflies for 2 days
& then you let them free.

   

It is a fantastic learning experience for kids!

I finished Deathly Hallows
so my review will be there on Friday.
I am now reading
Ordained by Devon Ashley
Kindle:
   
Book:
   

So far this book has a fantatic start.
I'm 14% in and this has such a different twist
on the vampire theme!
I'll tell you more about it when I have finished reading it :-)

I'm not quite up to my normal standard
but I have got some WIPs this week

I still have my 3 hats not finished but
I have made all of the parts for one of them:
I'm not going to tell you what it is,
you'll have to wait for the reveal on Friday
:-)

I am also making another
Angel Bear Blanket.
My fantastic friend Melissa
from Lazy Daisy Crochet
she has designed these for a fantastic
charity & I'll be sending my bears their way.



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Now what are you doing this week?
It doesn't have to be crochet 
link up anything that you are making.


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13 comments:

  1. is it possible to make too many baby blankets? I've just linked up a new one! :)

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    1. I don't think anyone can have too many blankets. Each one is it's own character and needs to be there for different reasons ;-)

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  2. Times of caterpillars and other creatures are over in my house. Are we sharing blankets today? ;-)

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    1. That's a shame, I love getting up in the morning and checking up on them. Blankets are always fun to share :-)

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  3. I agree with Susan. There are never too many (baby) blankets on this planet. I just linked up a blanket to be too! Thanks for hosting Susan!

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  4. Thanks for hosting WIP again! I envy you that you get chance to do baby blankets and know where to send to or to whom as a gift. I really want to make one. But I have no baby yet, and not really some one to give to...
    Have a nice day!

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    1. The one I'm making is going to a charity, you buy the pattern off Melissa on Lazy Daisy & if you choose to you can donate and angel bear to the charity. For more information about Project Hope please visit : http://www.bitsofsplendor.com/search/label/project%20hope.

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  5. That caterpillar kit sounds awesome. Seems to me we used to do the same things with caterpillars we came across in the garden and old jam jars :)

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    1. Probably work out a lot cheaper that way :-)

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  6. I remember when my son did the little caterpillar kit, he loved it so much. He also raised a little chick when he was younger too.
    Looking forward to seeing your completed project on Friday. Hmm, wondering what animal it could be?

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    1. Wow Little Red would love to raise a chick. His Nana gets old battery hens and rescues them so he doesn't get to see them from chicks.

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