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We’ve rounded out our food with loads of nibblies and sides that you can use to pad out any meal when unexpected extras turn up, or else serve them up as finger food when you’d rather have the gang around for a few snacks and drinks than face a full-on sit-down production number. SO MANY desserts, and all so amazing – I’ve had to pull double-duty at the gym for the last few months just to cope with all the food testing that’s been tried out in the offices.The little Hazelnut kisses cakes on page 91 might actually require a little sit-down afterwards, they’re that rich and delish.Insert the lining in your granny-square cube, slightly fold the edge of the lining to be able to pin it just below the edge of the cube (image 15).

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Teaches crafters how to make the best of the textural, 3D nature of crochet – perfect when fabrics and knitting just don’t cut it!

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Place the granny square that will be the “bottom” of your cube against another one that will be one of the “sides” (back against back) and crochet a single crochet with color C in each stitch (image 5). Repeat for each “side” so you will get the bottom with all 4 sides attached (image 6).

Bring together the two edges of two of the “sides” and crochet a single crochet in each stitch (image 7). For the lining: Measure the perimeter of your cube.

Take one 4L tub of Neapolitan ice-cream (the Paul’s was about at the supermarket, and really good quality), separate out the colours, mix in your fave sweeties to provide natty little contrasts in texture, colour and taste, then refreeze it in layers!

Super-simple, but really spectacular when served up as the high point of your Christmas feast, and you can set your sweetie budget and bring it in at around for a cake that easily serves 12.

But food is only half the story of Christmas, we’re also crammed with beautiful craft projects that you can make up to have your house looking its best.

Most require nothing techier than a pair of scissors and a ruler to make, but they’ll transform your home into something really splendid.

I like everything sweet and colorful, and above all I love crochet!

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