Thursday, 19 April 2012

Try Now

Hopefully the videos will work now as I've put them on Youtube and then embedded them on the blog. I've also tried editing in iMovie. I'm learning all the time.

I went dancing this afternoon at the library and we concentrated on the Mayfair Quickstep. This clip is taken from Youtube and is not our little group but it shows the steps as some readers had never heard of the dance before.


  1. Oh, we just have 'sit ins' and 'take all the books out' yours looks a lot more fun!

  2. What a lot of fun..I cannot remember the last time I dance but I do know I so enjoyed it..

  3. Yippee! I can watch them now, you're so clever. I went back and watched the other two, well worth the wait. I think Strictly has done wonders to increase the popularity of ballroom dancing, as well as other types of dance, and especially with the younger generation. So, when will you be posting a video of yourself doing the Mayfair Quickstep?

  4. Dancing in the library! Whatever next?

    Thanks for the comment on my blog and I wanted to answer your question about the edging on the grey blanket. I did a few rounds of granny rows (I don't know if that's the technical term for it!) then a picot edging. I used this one...
    I've used it before and it's not to fancy but makes a nice neat edging with a bit of interest to it.
    Happy hooking!

  5. Me again! I just remembered you asked for the pattern for the pink and grey squares. It's called Dahlia and it's in the Jan Eaton, 200 crochet blocks for blankets, throws and afghans book. Very easy to do!


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