Monday, 14 July 2014

Navy & BBQ

This week's keyword on EIM is Navy. Look at this tiny boating knot my husband tied! Does anyone know which knot it is? I'm not testing you, I really don't know.



And on the twinchie for this is week is Barbecue. Mine's a mix of polymer clay food and a qulled plate.


23 comments:

  1. Love the knot, but haven't a clue what type it is. The Barbeque Twinchie is inspired. I love the little clay food.and the plate is fabulous.

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  2. Love the knot! Great idea!

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  3. dont know the knot, but it is great and I love the twinchie. such a great job!!

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  4. Fantastic inchie and Twinchie. The knot is beautiful

    Love Chrissie x

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  5. Great knot- my mum would have known which one it is! And the BBQ idea is wonderful :-) I'm hoping we have one tonight!

    Sally

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    1. Thanks Sally! Oh really, was your mum into boating? Hope you got your bbq and enjoyed it.

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  6. You did a proper naval knot, that's brilliant and I adore the BBQ.

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    1. Oooooh,thanks Lisette! It was my hubby who actually tied it :).

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  7. Great knot. I also love the twinchie.

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  8. Great knot. Definitely looks like something the Navy would use, and probably know what it was and why they were using it! I love polymer clay miniature food. Wonderful! (I learned to quill this week too. What fun!)

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    1. Oh Jean, show me your quilling, please!

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    2. Yeah, Jean!!! Yes, you do have to show us how it's coming along!! :0)Share Humanity

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  9. Was checking out the inchies and great idea. Looks like a figure 8 knot to me, but i was a Girl Scout many moons ago and my memory doesn't always serve me well.

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    1. Thanks Cheryl! I think it is the figure 8.

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  10. Love your knot. It is an eye knot or figure eight knot.
    You barbeque looks tasty.

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    1. Wow, Trillian, you know your knots :)

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  11. Love the Knot!!!!!!! Looks like you got your answer on what kind it is. My dad has two collage boxes that show about 20 different knots with their title. So I was going to look that up for you, but I think it's been figured out. It's so tiny and perfect too!! I love the BBQ too!! Polymer clay is another something that I would love to get my hands into. You did an awesome job this week Zoe!! Have a great weekend!! :0)

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    1. Thanks Annette! Oh yeah, polymer clay is awesome. I'd like to learn some more.

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