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1  Duck Booties in Knitting: Completed Projects by midgetflynn on: January 25, 2015 02:20:14 PM
My aunt sent me the link to this project with mad hints that she loved it. It's by Mad Monkey Knits http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/free-baby-chick-boots-booties. So I plucked up the courage to give it a go!

I did a shorter ribbing at the top as I could not be bothered with doing it with buttons! Beaks are a bit wonky, it adds character though  Wink
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2  Leafy Hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by midgetflynn on: January 13, 2015 02:52:37 PM
Last year was the firs time I knit in the round and this is my third hat but it's the first time I haven't used extra chunky yarn! I used the Foliage Hat Pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/foliage-hat-2 from Ravelry. I had bought the yarn as I just loved the colour (sucker for orange) and when searching through hat patterns, I knew the Foliage Hat would be perfect, a more autumnal version of it! Took me a week to do, would have been less except two evenings I kept messing up.

Thanks for looking  Smiley
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3  Spinach and Cheese Gnocchi Bake! in Vegetarian / Vegan by midgetflynn on: August 06, 2012 11:03:54 AM
This is my first time entering a Craftster challenge, exciting!

This is a great comfort food dish and is totally adaptable to your own tastes. I got the inspirations from here http://www.alidaskitchen.com/2012/03/baked-tortellini-with-spinach.html and I tweaked it to my own needs. I decided to use gnocchi instead because I LOVE gnocchi!

Here's what you'll need!

1 packet of gnocchi (about 500g). Feel free to use home made if you want! Or pasta instead.

Handful of spinach (I used frozen, but you can use fresh)

1 1/2 Tbsp butter

1 1/2 Tbsp flour

350ml milk

A couple of handfuls of cheese (I used some cheddar, blue cheese and Gruyre. I've used Mozzarella before as well, it's good to add some stringiness!)

Salt and pepper (I used garlic pepper)

1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Prepare gnocchi (or pasta) as per packet instructions in some salted water. Once they begin to float, remove from heat and drain.

2. Prepare your spinach as per packet instructions (or if from fresh until the spinach was wilted). Drain and squeeze out any excess water (I use a sieve for that and then pat off with kitchen roll to take any extra moisture)

3. Prepare your cheese sauce. On a medium heat, melt the butter, add the flour and whisk to form a roux

4. Add the milk to the roux gradually, while whisking, until it thickens. Remove from heat and add cheeses, whisking to melting them. Add the spinach and gnocchi to the sauce and stir so everything is coated.

If you wish you can eat it like this but I prefer to add to the oven for a few minutes to get a nice brown top.

5. Add gnocchi to a dish greased oven dish. Top with cheese (and breadcrumbs too if you wish, I didn't think time as I was a bit lazy!) and bake for 15-20 mins, until the cheese on top as browned.


Hope you enjoy! Of course, if you don't like spinach, you can add another veg like broccoli. You can add some onions and garlic too. Use different cheeses. Or use a tomato sauce instead and just top with the cheese. It's really versatile, super quick and very tasty!
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4  Re: Show Off Your Hair! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by midgetflynn on: October 02, 2007 02:21:02 PM
First off,I love all the hair styles on this,most of ye are so much more adventurous than I'd ever be!

please bare with me when it comes to posting up pictures,I've never done it before!

I cut my hair in Jan,much different to the style I had for the previous 8 years or so and this is what it looked liked

Curly(natural style)

I've had it trimmed to keep it basically the same,it's just a tiny bit longer now.I've dyed my hair a bit,but only a darker brown or something a shade lighter.It's natually just a bit lighter than the straight haired picture.After reading through all 54 pages of this,I really want to change my hair a bit.I'd love to see what it looks like blonde,but I'm not sure what shade would suit me.also,would any shade of red suit me?doesn't matter if it's a natural looking red or a vibrant red,I'm just curious,thanks!
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