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Steps Tangle Pattern - VIDEO

The last few patterns have been pretty easy and this week's one - Steps - is no exception. More a build technique than a pattern, but definitely fun to do :)



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It's all go here at the farm, we've clicked over into Spring and are sowing seeds and getting ready for the prime veggie garden season. We've also had two new arrivals this week - a new lamb and calf.

Here's the new lamb with her mum and dad.

First calf of the season - 6 days old.

If you want to see the calf taking her very first steps, visit our Hoddles Creek Farm Facebook Page.

Have a great weekend!
hx

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  1. A great video again, always enjoying to watch your video's! Thanks for the inspiration you bring. The little ones are adorable and I watched the video of the calf, its beautiful! It must be so peaceful to live in your area of the world. Miranda

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    1. Thanks Miranda :) I do love living out here away from it all - definitely peaceful :)

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  2. Thank you, I'm learning to follow drawing you as you're drawing. It brings a smile to my face!

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  3. your videos just make things make more sense to me. i understand better when i see it happen. thanks :)

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    1. Thanks, Alice. I definitely like to see things demonstrated - so much easier!

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  4. Thanks Helen for sharing the new Life at your farm, so wonderful for a 'city' Girl with a Country Heart!

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    1. Hi Patsy :) You're welcome. It's a great time of the year, we had another calf born last night - one more lamb to go and I think we're done until Autumn :)

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  5. Beautiful video of the newborn!! Love the new lamb, too!!
    Helen, thank you so much for sharing your art and the farm with us, it totally brightens my days!

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  6. Love the shot of the new calf, with Momma's tail over her back. Great catch! Thank you for sharing your talent and farm life with us. Much appreciated.

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  7. thank you so much for the video! I do your "steps" as our 5th grade color wheel project. I can not wait for them to see you doing your Steps instead of me!

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