It’s quite easy to turn an old t-shirt (actually, you only need the sleeve, as long as it’s a big t-shirt) into a phone pouch.
If you want to see the tutorial, please click here, or you can find it on the right, under Patterns and Tutorials!
PS: Edited cause the link was wrong. It’s fixed now. Thanks.
(That’s 2010 for those not inclined to do math or those who have had a wee bit too much to drink)
We celebrated with a feast for two, watching the Spanish tv with the 12 bell tolls from Madrid, fireworks from the balcony and bubbly in our glasses.
A quick recap of our menu with pictures. Just because I’m such a meany ;)
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Those are, in order from left to right, first row then second: Cavi-art on toast, Faux Gras (de Gaia) on toast, Cottage cheese mint samosas served with home made mango chutney, Mushroom & Sundried tomato risotto served with Rosemary focaccia (home made, of course), and Chocolate pear cake with cinnamon whipped cream. All accompanied by a lovely Spanish Rueda Verdejo and some bubbly.
Wishing you a lovely 2010, and hoping your wishes come true. I’ll be working on mine to come true, because well, fate always benefits from a bit of pushing in the right direction.