I made several of these cute, heart shaped, Christmas Pudding decorations whilst I was staying in Canterbury. So simple to make. The idea came from pinterest but as usual I varied it to suit the materials I already had to hand.
I crocheted several of the friendship bracelets I had made last year. They are so popular with my little grandies, and their friends, that I had requests for more.
Another felt snowflake decoration with a bit of rather uneven embroidery due to the fact that I often stitch in the car.
One of the highlights of the Canterbury trip was our visit to the Cathedral and as I passed through the ancient gateway it amused me to see the pigeons hopping and fluttering around the statues whilst some of the little angels looked as if they were going to join them in flight.
The cathedral was well prepared for Christmas with huge trees, inside and outside, sparking with tiny lights, and a nativity scene with life sized figures. The atmosphere was set perfectly for the season with a background of beautiful Christmas music and carols.
St Michael's Chapel
The old fading standards hung from the beautiful mitred ceiling.
I loved this view of the old Weavers' House as I looked over a bridge in the city centre.