Ms. S. Hogan

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (75 of 82)
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 664,614 - Total Helpful Votes: 75 of 82
Ashford Knitters Loom Stand 20" by Ashford
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Really useful stand, and genuinely looks nice as a piece of furniture once set up with the loom on it. My one caution is that you will need a relatively low chair to make best use of it, as the height is not adjustable (although the angle is).
Scarf / Wrap - Blue / Pink - 100% Fair Trade Yak C&hellip Maybury
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars lovely colour and feel, 23 Nov 2013
I bought this in the pink/blue (which has a purple appearance altogether), and the colour is lovely. Although the fabric isn't very thick, the weave (and the yak's wool?) make it feel warm as well as reasonably soft. The shawl is quite large / broad, so it might be a little too chunky for most people to wear scarf-style knotted around the neck, although it would be wonderfully warm if you did choose to wear it that way! With a brooch keeping it in place, it could be worn as a scarf. Otherwise, it is an admirable wrap. Very pleased with this.
Wintersmith (Discworld Novels) by Sir Terry Pratchett
Wintersmith (Discworld Novels) by Sir Terry Pratchett
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars very Pratchett..., 29 Sep 2006
Tiffany Aching, the young witch from "the chalk" is back for her third adventure, a continuing delight. After entering uninvited into the steps of the Dark Morris Dance, which marks the end of summer and beginning of winter, Tiffany starts becoming confusable with the Summer Lady herself. Side-effects of this include becoming the object of the puzzled affections of the Wintersmith, being showered with snowflakes made in her image, being afflicted with a serious case of "fertile feet", becoming the proud owner of a cornucopia determined to overflow, and being responsible for the fact that summer, quite possibly, will never come again.

This book is a nice development of the Tiffany… Read more

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