I'm in Canada but grew up in England. My suggestions to send from England would be Boost or Twirl, I always get people to bring me some from England when they come, they're sooo addictive and there's nothing like them here. They also don't have Galaxy chocolate here, no Minstrels!
Hi TeriLynn, Thanks for the suggestions. I'm in Canada so i don't think I can get all those brands but we do have Amy's here so I'll have to hunt down the burgers. I think I tried the Sunshine ones and found them really dry. I think I should just try and find a good recipe and freeze a batch.
I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I need to knit a really long tube of about 2-3" diameter. I bought a children's knitting machine that knits tubes but all I got was a huge tangle and a very cross me! I tried using dpns but found it got a little irritating. I really want to find the most time effective way to do it. Is it possible to make something this small with circular needles? I also thought maybe I could spool knit it if I could find a wooden circle the right size and some nails but this would probably take a long time too. Urgh help! Thanks in advance!!
Thanks so much everyone! I am going to start working on a couple of vintage cameras now. I need some shorter projects after spending so much time on just the one thing. My poor fingers are getting callused from all the sewing!!
Here is my latest felt creation, an Underwood typewriter. The typewriter it is modeled on was my boyfriend's great-great-grandfathers. It took me several weeks of non stop sewing to finish. The felt is hand dyed and the details are embroidered. I added some real screws that I tarnished in vinegar. The roller rotates so that a piece of paper can be added with some typed words on it. I hope you like it!!