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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 8

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 24th August 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 8

    Can you believe that it has already come to the end of the Ice Scream for Summer SAL? The eight weeks have gone super, duper fast. Now I will have to start prepping my next SAL and future pattern releases.

    The last ice cream of the pattern is the Knickerbocker Glory!!

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    As always this pattern is completely free but if you'd like to support or thank me for putting it together, then please consider getting me a coffee

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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 7

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 17th August 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 7

    Can you believe, that we only have this week and one more for this stitchalong?? The summer to me, has seemed to go so quickly! We are now down to two last ice creams...

    We have had more 35C degree days here in UK. Days where, I hide indoors and stitch because being pale and ginger, I get heat stroke really bad. 

    This weeks pattern has some lovely colours and I used to have them loads as a child. I present to you the 'Screwball'

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    As always this pattern is completely free but if you'd like to support or thank me for putting it together, then please consider getting me a coffee 

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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 6

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 10th August 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 6

    It has been another extremely hot week here in the UK... 35 degrees! Looking forward to some cooler days and thunder storms.

    I went to an ice cream parlour and had Biscoff ice cream. Also went shopping and stocked the fridge up with Magnum Cookies & Cream, Haagen Dazs Mango and Rasperry, Calipo, Mini Milks and Twisters! Not sure how long they will last me!
    So this weeks pattern uses just four colours - tan, cream, green and red...
    This ice cream is also the name of a game, dance and movie. It is the Twister!


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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 5

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 3rd August 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 5

    Hope you are all well? I'm not sure what the weather is like elsewhere but I can tell you here in Kent, we have had some nice 33C days! That's hot for England!

    I didn't post a teaser for this week yesterday, but here are some facts -

    1) One of the most popular ice cream by far in UK.

    2) You can have this treat with 'bunny ears' or 'monkey blood'.

    3) Coined in 1922.

    At a boot sale on Saturday I brought five of these babies for work colleagues. They are creamy and so refreshing on a hot day. 

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    So it is none other than the famous '99'

    The name comes from the guard of the Italian King, which consisted of 99 men and thus 'anything really special or first class was known as 99.'

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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 4

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 27th July 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 4

    Today has been an absolute dismal of a day here in Kent, UK. It started with the most horrendous thunder and lightening I've ever heard that I truly thought it was the end of the world!

    I have not managed to enjoy any ice creams today, but this week I have enjoyed a Haagen Dazs Mango and Raspberry Lolly and also a Salted Caramel one. The mango and raspberry is quickly becoming one of my favourites. I may enjoy one tonight after Dinner. 

    So onto this weeks release of Ice Scream for Summer. 

    Last night I gave a teaser of colours. Some of you guessed, alas none of you guessed right. I love being a big kid and sometimes when I go to my local ice cream parlour, I just have to go for the brightest ice cream they have.

    Today I present to you, Bubblegum Funfetti. This will permanently turn your tongue blue, and reminds me of summer days as a kid. 

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    Enjoy Stitching!!

    As always this pattern is completely free but if you'd like to support or thank me for putting it together, then please consider getting me a coffee

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  • Ice Scream for Summer Ch 3

    Author: Sarah Paige | Date: 20th July 2020

    Ice Scream for Summer Ch 3

    It's Monday 20th July. It's an absolute beaut of a day here in Kent. This week I have had a Kinder Bueno Cornetto, a Cookies and Cream Magnum and a Nuii Forest Fruits. My freezer drawer is running low and I need to go to Tesco to get some more. 

    Tomorrow I shall be returning to work and I'm so excited! Yesterday I sneak teased you with the colours on the group and a few of you had some guesses. 

    This weeks Ice Cream/Lolly is (as most of you guessed) - Fab!

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    Some interesting facts about Fab. Fab was brought out in order to take advantage of popular TV series 'Thunderbirds'. It was introduced in 1967 and interestingly enough the original packaging had an image of Lady Penelope. 

    As always this pattern is completely free but if you'd like to support or thank me for putting it together, then please consider getting me a coffee

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