Just for fun, Teabreak Knitter suggests how you can use your yarn skills to spice up greetings cards that you send to friends and family. You don’t have to use the cards provided here – you could make up your own cards or decorate cards you have bought from a shop.
Hints on making a t-card are in the t-torial on making a t-card (T201801).
All the cards on this page are provided under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA 4.0 licence.
This example of a traditional Sami turf hut is opposite the Borderlands Museum in Kirkenes, Norway ...Read More
Røros in Norway was founded in 1664 as the hub of a copper mining area. No longer active as a mining centre, Røros is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site ...Read More
Le Puy in France is perched on the top of volcanic outcrops, and Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe appears to be the most delicately balanced building in the town ...Read More
Is anything as relaxing as a beautiful sunset? ...Read More
The spectacular Iguazu Falls lie on the border between Argentina and Brazil ...Read More
What is a teabreak without a cup of tea? This t-card lets you design your own tea-cosy ...Read More
Sunlight catches the drops of water hanging from this spider web in Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Japan ...Read More
Once the political centre of Japan, the Imperial Palace is now an oasis of calm in one of the world's busiest cities ...Read More
Each year the Chateau de Vullierens in the Vaud canton of Switzerland opens its glorious display of irises to the public ...Read More
Holgate Windmill in York, UK was built in 1770, milled grain until the 1930s and then fell into disuse.In 2001 the volunteers of the Holgate Windmill Preservation Society began restoring the mill to working order. It is now open to the public (see their website) and once again produces flour ...Read More
Why has it taken until the seventh t-card to choose a yarn-related theme? ...Read More
If you like sand dunes, the Sossusvlei in the Namibian desert is the place to go. Oryx and smaller wild life roam the sands, even though there seems to be little to eat ...Read More
This rainbow is actually a hot air balloon being inflated at the Chateau d'Oex balloon festival ...Read More
Take one lake that you can walk around, surround it by mountains, drop a castle on a hill, place an island off centre in the lake, carefully balance a church on the island - and you get Lake Bled in Slovenia ...Read More
The Matterhorn is perhaps the most recognizable of all alpine mountains ...Read More
Summer is here in the northern hemisphere, so here is a bright poppy to test your card making skills ...Read More
Lawn Lake is in the Rockies National Park. Add knitting or crochet to this t-card to make a personalised greeting card ...Read More