What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday 251

Back again for the weekly desk hop with Julia.

I’m deep in the throws of Christmas cardage yet again this week, batch making a few cards to catch up with my lazy February!  I’ve also got a card for a guest design team position on there but I’ve rather strategically placed some white card over it!

I’ve got another desk  this week too, I set up a little table to my left at the weekend and it had my laptop on it, I was working from a sketch and also looking for colouring tips for the Prisma pencils.

Right now it’s holding my current knitting project, the green socks I showed you a couple of weeks ago, they’re on the homeward stretch now.  They’re sitting on top of a small pile of knitting magazines that just arrived from Ebay, they were practically being given away.  The box on the left hold scraps of Christmas DP, I always dig about in here before cutting in to a new sheet of paper.  And yes, in case you;re wondering, there’s quite a lot in there!

So that’s me for this week, I’ve shown you mine, will you show me yours???!

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19 thoughts on “What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday 251

  1. I was halfway through commenting and it disappeared so forgive me if you have a glad comment! Anyway. Love the green socks. Have to do some back reading to see what you’ve been up to.
    Thanks for linking me x

  2. Those knitting mags always have great ideas in, good thinking to get them. Even if its only a new stitch tutorial, it’s well worth investigating. And there’s something about flicking through a magazine that trawling Pinterest just doesn’t fulfil!
    Love the green socks, awesome colour!!
    Hugs, LLJ 27 xx

  3. Lovely knitting, Brenda, and what a pretty box! Great looking desk too, but once Christmas is over, I don’t want to even think about it until about 23rd December lol lol!! Thanks for your visit and your nice comment – you’d always be welcome for a cuppa whether or not it was helping my art! Ha ha!! I used to use loose tea years ago but I’m afraid I succumed to convenience in the end, but we do at least use good quality teabags! I’m always on the scrounge for more, though, and builder’s tea gives a nice deep stain on the drying papers.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #84

  4. Great socks as always… good luck with your christmas cardage!! I missed the postman today (too big for the letterbox) so have to go to the sorting office to fetch it tomorrow now! Helen 11

  5. Hi Brenda – I love the colour and pattern of the socks. I’ve been meaning to try making some for quite a while, but thought they were probably too fiddly for me to do. I love your scrap box, too – so pretty. Thanks for visiting me today for WOYWW. I hope the rest of your week goes really well. Love x

  6. Well, you can’t ever have enough Christmas cards! Love the socks, what a fabulous pattern! I have an almost identical scrap paper box, mine has every type though not just xmas!
    Have a great week, Debxx #9

  7. Oh my gosh… Christmas stuff. No , no…. LOL
    Happy WOYWW… Love your desk full of craftyness. See you next week.
    hugs,
    Kimmer #91… last , but not least AGAIN.. LOL

  8. Ouch, Christmas stuff?? I haven’t got over the last one! Love those socks the pattern is really pretty and that box is gorgeous. Have fun reading the mags.
    Have a great week,
    Von #23

  9. I love your little sentiment sections over on the right. I’m with you on having a Christmas box it works really well with using up the scraps.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza & Yoda 19

  10. Hullo there Brenda.. ah love the robin card you are making saw earlier this- or last week.. such a cute little stamp i agree with you on that…must say love your new green socks and on stories of snippets..
    I have finally come to the conclusion that no matter how many you use you always seem to hatch more than you get rid of.. or seems like it over here any way! :D not that I am stopping using them but getting more brutal in throw out.
    Happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x #15 thanks for popping over.

  11. Thanks for your visit. Yes I had fun with my bleach, well worth a try. Love your socks, keep meaning to try socks, so much else to do.
    I saw the narrowboat in the lock, there a video on FB, if you have it, of Canal and River trust making a complete mess of gettting it up.

    Chris #36

  12. Knitting on four needles has always been a definite no no for me, so I admire what you are creating there. I was very good at the November show at the NEC, but I certainly made up for that restraint this time, but there were some fabulous offers on things that I really NEEDED. Hope you have a very good week. xx Maggie #8

  13. I’m so happy that in the midst of the Christmas carnage you’ve produced such a lovely pair of socks. Off to look on ebay for some knitting mags.

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