Rachel Cox

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The Cost Of Owning A Horse via Hoofbeats and Ink

You dont deserve horses if you cant provide the correct horse care! The Cost Of Owning A Horse: most ppl think horses dont need anything or health care.

How to afford a horse on a budget. The essentials needed for horse and rider, and tips for cutting back on expenses. via Hoofbeats and Ink

Would love to have a couple horses and move south.How to afford a horse on a budget. The essentials needed for horse and rider, and tips for cutting back on expenses. via Hoofbeats and Ink

Saturday sweater

Saturday sweater

Knit Dishcloth Pattern - Leelee Knits

Knit Dishcloth Pattern - Leelee Knits

The Get Fresh Throw is a a great beginner knitting pattern you won't want to miss. Freshen up your home decor with this vibrant knit throw blanket. This blanket is an ideal beginner pattern in a fresh, fun colorway.

The Get Fresh Throw is a a great beginner knitting pattern you won& want to miss. Freshen up your home decor with this vibrant knit throw blanket. This blanket is an ideal beginner pattern in a fresh, fun colorway.

Danielle offers a pattern for "the Walt" afghan, which features raised stripes of garter Chevron that give baby a nice texture to play with. Select a neutral with lots of bold stripes or choose a bright background to put neutral and colorful stripes over. Pattern at click

Danielle offers a pattern for "the Walt" afghan, which features raised stripes of garter Chevron that give baby a nice texture to play with. Select a neutral with lots of bold stripes or choose a bright background to put neutral and colorful stripes over. Pattern at click

This eye-catching blanket is knitted in lovely squishy garter stitch. There are 2 sizes: the larger one, (shown here in rainbow colours) is suitable for a cot or throw, the smaller (shown in pink/mauve/grey) for a stroller but it can easily be made smaller or larger by adding/subtracting pattern repeats or rows.

This eye-catching blanket is knitted in lovely squishy garter stitch. There are 2 sizes: the larger one, (shown here in rainbow colours) is suitable for a cot or throw, the smaller (shown in pink/mauve/grey) for a stroller but it can easily be made smaller or larger by adding/subtracting pattern repeats or rows.