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The Tip-Top Pip Posts of 2016

I’m generally not one to do these kinds of ‘popular posts’ type round-ups, but I thought I would give it a whirl this year, for the sake of revisiting the things I’ve most enjoyed writing – and for the sake of revisiting the things people have most enjoyed reading/using!

So let’s see what came up trumps..!

(Hint – lots of woolly things and kind-hearted stuff.)

Tip-Top Pip Posts of 2016

1. How to crochet a Zali ZigZag Blanket


2. 10 Ways to Help a Friend When They Are Sad or Struggling


3. 24 Non-crap Things to Say to the Sad Person in Your Life


4. How to Crochet a Hexagon


5. Get Fluffy! Sometimes Pompoms Are Just Next Level

amazing pompoms by trikotri

6. How To Crochet a Larksfoot Blanket


7. How To Use A Clover Pompom Maker


8. How to Make a Ripple Blanket


9. How to Crochet a Harlequin Blanket


10. How to Crochet Oblong Story Blanket



Every time a year draws to a close, I think to myself ‘I’m REALLY, TRULY going to work hard on my blog and make it something super-special next year…!’

And then I just carry on as usual once January rolls around!

Maybe 2017 is the year that I DO INDEED transform my blog into something (even more) MAGNIFICENT!

Watch this space!! (NB: maybe nothing will happen…!)

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Also: I just launched a fun new eCourse – Taking Stock! People are snapping up seats already, which is ace! More info here. We begin towards the end of January!


  • Reply
    December 26, 2016 at 9:55 PM

    Please, please, just carry on as usual in 2017! Your usual is completely magnificent and always a highlight lovely lady.
    Happy New Year ahead xx??xx

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    Lauren Blakeney
    December 26, 2016 at 11:28 AM

    I love that you did one of these posts – you should be super proud of all your hard work this year! Every-time I read your blog I get the urge to rocket launch myself to spotlight. And “woolly things and ind hearted stuff” could totes be your new slogan! Have a great new year Pip, looking forward to more woolly posts and craft-speration. xx

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