Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Happy Christmas

Photos Copyright: Maggie May

Well here we are. I managed to finish knitting Mary, Joseph and Jesus.
I will carry on knitting the rest of the Nativity figures as time allows.

Bristol seems to have a German Market visit our city every year running up to Christmas and we have some lovely stalls selling typical German foods and goods.
I spotted this Nativity on one of my visits to the shopping centre.

My daughter and grandsons managed to come over from the east coast and brave the bad weather.
I am really pleased about this and it is a relief that they got here safely.
We are having very cold weather and there is still snow on the ground and icy pavements.

Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas.
Peace.






28 comments:

Happy Frog and I said...

Merry Christmas to you and a big congratulations on your knitting nativity scene. They look amazing. :-)

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Wow! Can't believe you knit that! It is amazing!

Merry Christmas to you and your family! xx

Bernie said...

I love your knitted nativity scene Maggie, it is lovely.
So happy your daughter and grandsons are with you, Christmas is a time for family.
Merry Christmas to you and your family my sweet friend.....:-)Hugs

rosaria said...

They are beautiful! Your grands will always remember these. Merry Christmas.

Brian Miller said...

nice..i like you nativity and the one you are creating...i hope you have a very merry christmas...

VioletSky said...

snow and ice outside, a great excuse to stay inside and carry on knitting!

Happy Christmas to you and Harry.

Nora said...

Your biblical family turned out quite well, Maggie. You did a good job. Now that it's so treacherous outside, you can stay inside and knit the rest of the nativity scene. I can't wait to see it.

The other nativity scene you show is quite nice also. I love the colors of the clothes that the three kings are wearing. The whole scene is very endearing, as yours will be.

XOX

Retired English Teacher said...

I really love the knitted nativity. God Bless you! Have an amazing Christmas.

ladyfi said...

Those knitted figures are amazing!

Have a joyful Christmas.

Ayak said...

Well done Maggie..you are so talented.

Here's wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful and healthy New Year..ith much love
Linda xxx

slommler said...

Glad everyone made it safe and sound. Love your Nativity set...beautiful!
Merry Christmas and hugs
SueAnn

Peter said...

Have a wonderful Christmas Maggie, I hope it will be peaceful and relaxing.
Best wishes,
Peter

Working Mum said...

I love them! What a lovely heirloom they are going to make!

Merry Christmas to you and yours and all the best for the New Year.

WM x

Rose said...

A lovely nativity scene, Maggie; you did such a great job!

Glad your daughter was able to make it home--wishing you and your family a blessed and joyous Christmas!

Akelamalu said...

WOW you did a fantastic job with the knitting Maggie!

I wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas. xxxx

Celia said...

How great the nativity turned out, you did a good job Maggie. I would never have imagined knitting something like that and how perfect it looks.

Hilary said...

You are such a talent. I love that you knit your nativity scene. So impressive!


Merry Christmas to you and yours, Maggie.

Suburbia said...

Maggie that's a beautifully knitted Mary and Joseph :-)

So glad your daughter made it safely

Seasons Greetings my friend

:-)

Mimi said...

Maggie, your Nativity Scene is fabulous, I gasped when I saw it. Well done to you!
Happy Christmas, and hope you enjoy your time with your family, I'm so pleased they got there.
We've cold weather here too, and tons and tons of snow, yippie!

Eddie Bluelights said...

Hi Sis, been a busy guy lately but popping in to say I love the Nativity knitting.
Also hope to see you soon but weather has been deplorable. Glad daughter and boys arrived safely.
Have a wonderful Christmas and lets hope 2011 is a lot kinder. Luv Eddie

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Wishing you and yours a happy and peaceful Christmas Maggie with all good wishes for the coming year. A x

Formerly known as Frau said...

Wow you did an incredible job I love them! Have a very Merry Christmas!

Jayne said...

Your knitted Nativity scene looks amazing - so glad your family arrived safely and wishing you all a lovely Christmas!

TechnoBabe said...

Awesome job. You do wonderful work with the knitting needles. Hope you have a lovely Christmas.

The Girl from Cherry Blossom Street said...

A Cherry, Cherry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to you and yours!

Hugs!

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Dearest Maggie,
Just stopping by because I especially want to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas!! Had a little difficulty with my Christmas card order this year...they sent the wrong sized envelopes...and so I'm running late with my cards...but I didn't want the days to pass without sending you much love and all the best for you and yours this Christmas!! I treasure your friendship!! Love you so much, Janine XO

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Have a wonderful family Christmas, Maggie. Glad they managed to get to you.

CJ xx

RNSANE said...

What a lovely knitted Nativity scene, Maggie! I've never seen one like it.

I know you were happy to have your son and your grandsons join you for Christmas. Nothing like a full house to make the place feel festive.

I'm not sure I'd love all the cooking and cleaning, though! Maybe everyone will pitch in and help!