Friday, 21 September 2012

Twinkly Matilda


The weather's started to turn, and my thoughts have drifted towards cardies and ponchos (I'm not keen on  heavy coats but rock a good woolly poncho). I was pondering recently what to wear now that things seem to have got a bit chilly. I love wearing colour, but tend to spend the winter months in various ensembles consisiting of a variety of  itchy woolly garments, supplemented with black woolly garments.  And that's just my undercrackers. A pox on this damp, cold British weather. 

This Autumn, if Twinkly Matilda has anything to do with it, I'll be a vision in pink platform wellies.

Go Matilda!

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Twinkly Matilda©Emma Saunders 2012.  All rights reserved.

I hope you have a lovely warm weekend filled with flowers and fun wherever you are.

10 comments:

  1. I have to say I love the name Twinkly Matilda! It's great :)

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  2. undercrackers:)
    now you've got me giggling.
    i look forward to the cooler
    temps....send some of that
    crispy weather this way!
    i love the idea of a wild and
    wooly poncho:)
    love to colorful you!
    -Jennifer

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  3. LOVE her!! Love the pink platform wellies!

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  4. I've been wearing my thermals since July...

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  5. Am I the only one who likes the Autumn weather? I admit it's not so good if it's raining but I do have a good collection of boots, coats and bright umbrellas!
    x

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  6. Autumn (or winter up here) is definitely upon us. I went to the local charity shops yesterday and found a few fleeces and cosy jumpers for the usual brill bargain prices! I now need to find some thermals for under the work clothes-I think I'll buy these brand new though... Love Twinkly Matilda and I like the use of alliteration too in your drawing :-) Happy Sunday x

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  7. Matilda is such an intelligent girl, it's raining today and her outfit fits perfectly! I can't wait to see where she will go next. :)

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  8. I know what you mean. When the weather turns & the sky turns gray - you just want to wear something colorful to brighten up your day.

    hugs,

    p.s. love Wellies!

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  9. Blue faced Leceister or merino wool doesn't itch for most people, it's a shame wool has that itchy reputation. At least these days there are lots of inde dyers dyeing wool in bright colours!

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  10. If I had wellies like that, I think I would be smiling in the rain too! That's the first time I've heard of wellies - what a great word.

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