Silent Sunday 5.6.16

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Ooh that’s a bit scary! I think I’d prefer this if it wasn’t a silent Sunday photo, I could do with some explanation so it wasn’t just standalone eeek!
    Nat.x

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    • It is rather scary, isn’t it? It’s just my eldest with a purchase from Wychwood Festival! I have no idea why he bought it, but that’s teenagers for you! x

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    • It’s extremely scary, isn’t it? But I thought the colours made for a great photo!

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    • I don’t know about V from Vendetta, but I was pretty scared when I saw it, even though it’s my own son!

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    • It is indeed a son – the eldest! x

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    • I thought the colours went well with the festival vibe, but I was pretty scared of it myself!

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  2. More than a little terrifying – like a Batman villain who has just gone to a crocheting class … πŸ™‚

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    • Ha ha, I like that image. It reminds me of Levellers artwork.

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    • Thanks very much. It’s really scary, isn’t it?

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  3. Well it appears (by reading all the comments before me) that I’m not alone in not liking masks. It is a little scary but then it’s so cleverly crafted and colourful too. I bet it caused quite a stir ;D

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    • Strangely, hardly anyone batted an eyelid, but we were at a festival! I’ wasn’t happy when I first saw it, but then I realised it made a very cool photo πŸ™‚

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    • I’m guessing it might be handmade, but not by us! He bought it from a stall at Wychwood Festival.

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    • That sums up exactly how I feel about it! x

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  4. I can’t believe that is a knitted mask, it looks amazing! And terrifying. Hehe. #MySundayPhoto

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    • It’s crazy, isn’t it? Only at a festival…

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  5. Freaky! πŸ˜€ Some people are so clever though aren’t they? I can’t even cast on! πŸ˜€

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    • It’s really clever, even though it’s very scary. I can’t knit either!

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  6. I’m sorry, but that just weirds me out, even if themask is in friendly, rainbow colours!

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    • Imagine how I felt when I saw my son walking along wearing it!

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  7. I love it, I’d love to know the story behind this

    Thank you of linking up

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    • Thanks! My son bought it at a festival yesterday without us knowing and just appeared wearing it. It would be interesting to know what inspired someone to knit it though!

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  8. Eek – when knitters go bad! Lol. Scary business these days those knitting nannies πŸ™‚ xx

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    • Ha ha, so very true! x

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    • It’s really creepy, isn’t it?

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    • Yes, it’s my eldest! It was a really good day, thanks πŸ™‚

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  9. That must have been at Wychwood – looked like a lot of fun!

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    • It was Wychwood! We had a really good day, thanks πŸ™‚

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  10. This looks like the mask from V for Vendetta! I really like it though – it is very colourful πŸ™‚

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    • I’ve never heard of V for Vendetta! I didn’t like the mask at first, but I got used to it!

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    • It’s definitely creepy, isn’t it? I couldn’t believe he’d bought it first! x

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    • Thanks! That sums it up perfectly, I think πŸ™‚

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    • It certainly is, isn’t it?

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  11. Thats a bit hard to do! Amazing craftmanship though it seems to freak out a lot of people in the comments =P

    I love it weirdness haha!

    #mysundayphoto

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  12. I always find these kind of masks really creepy, but I guess that’s the point of them πŸ™‚

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  13. You are getting more and more talented at finding ways to keep your kids hidden! This is really creepy though!

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