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Batch Tangle Pattern - VIDEO

Hi, all - I hope your week has been amazing :)

First of all some housekeeping - I've been getting lots of email subscription sign ups since my previous post about the September free e-book mail out, but there are also a number that do not complete the process by clicking on the email confirmation link. I cannot send email to unverified subscriptions and after a few days they are removed from the list. So, please, if you do want the September e-book mail out make sure your subscription is completed. Read my previous post for more info.

If you are getting this post via email - it's all good - you have a confirmed subscription and will automatically receive the new free e-book in September.

This week's video is Batch - another one from 2013. You can see the original post about this pattern here and see some examples of it in use in these posts.

Here's the video:


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Since we finally, finally had a sunny day this week and not only did I get some gardening done, I also took the long overdue photos of the first lamb born this year.  He is now around 3 weeks old and growing fast! You can see by his knees that it has been wet and muddy around here. We have another ewe in the labour - it is going a bit slower than I'd like but hopefully we will have a new healthy little lamb (and mum) today or tomorrow.


Have a great weekend!
hx

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  1. I love your tangles and your videos makes these your tangles look even more simpler. Thank you for the lovely videos

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad you find them helpful :)

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  2. Thanks Helen for the reminder about the email subs. I have had problems with the email address that I used and realised that I havent had any emails from you - so now resubscribed! I just love your drawings they are brilliant. - The lamb is cute too! Here in Dorset (UK) we have great lambs too! I thning they are bred all over now.

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    1. No worries, Val. Glad it helped :) I have heard of Dorset sheep. Our ones are Dorpers - no idea where they originated, but they do well in Australia and have the bonus of not needed to be sheared as they shed their coat in Summer.

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  3. wow, your videos always make the tangles more understandable for me. i think the 'no grid' one helped more. haha! and i love your little guy with the dirty knees! and the dirt on his nose :) so precious!

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    1. Thank you, Alice. I'm glad they help :) And, little lambs - so adorable! h

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  4. Hello Helen,
    Love your little lamb! Here in Far North Queensland, we VERY rarely see a sheep, let alone a little one! All we see are rather benevolent, droopy eared cattle, so I always adore seeing little lambs ! PS your tangling is still a marvel for me and love this one especially !

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