Monday, 10 January 2011

Folksy Feature on a Folksy Favourite!

The Lovely Linda of UniquelyYours!

The wonderful Linda has been a constant source of encouragement for everyone on Folksy, supporting a wide variety of people through her fantastic blog, full of verse and colour and huge feature galleries.

Linda has been a full member of the daily listing clubs, a huge undertaking in itself, but also finds time to chat on the forum and support new folksy shops that open, a superb folksy role model.

Linda herself is a prolific crafter and artisan, with wonderful yarn creations and ACEO paintings to showcase her wonderful talents.

I have chosen a few of her colourful creations to feature, giving you the chance to see the full extent and range of her talent.

Please click on the pictures to knit and pearl across to her shop for full details and more pictures.

I have tried to keep a colour theme going, something bright and cheerful on this dull day.

I hope you liked my Folksy Feature today, and I will be choosing another favourite to feature soon.


  1. Great feature! I agree with everything you've said about Linda and I love your choices - the duck aceo is fab :)


  2. Here, Here to all you have said! Linda is so supportive of everyone and makes gorgeous items to boot!

    Love Jacqueline x

  3. Fabulous profile Natalie! Everything you've said could not be truer! Linda, you are a true inspiration to us all! As are you Natalie. You are both wonderful people and we all love you both. C. x

  4. Thank you so much. I am so touched by your kind words. You work so hard to support us and keep us all going, my efforts are small in comparison. I certainly didn`t expect to see this when I came for a look. Thank you, now I`m sitting here with a lump in my throat, totally overwhelmed. Linda

  5. You're quite welcome Lovely and you deserve it!

    I have been honoured with features in you wonderful blog on many occasions, so just returning the favour.

    Natalie x

  6. Can't think of a more well deserved feature! Lovely bright items too on another miserable day.