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Doily Calendar cards for 2020-2022

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Hello!

 

We spend a lovely few weeks back in the USA, a trip that was long overdue.  But I got a fair few requests that I have been working my way thru.  This is one of them.

A before I give you the goodies, just a small request.  If you comment on my blog to ask for a calendar to be update to the current (or an upcoming) year, PLEASE either be sure you are commenting on the post that contains the calendar you want OR that your comment includes a link to that calendar.  Not meaning to point fingers but I make a ton of calendars.  And saying “the doily one” (which has maybe 5 or 6 different versions) or “the round one” (also 5 or more versions) or some other defining characteristic that means something to YOU but not to ME is going to mean the request drops way down to the bottom of my list! I have at least two requests for mystery calendars. They will remain in the queue till I get more info.

Ronna gets it right every year.  So I have done three years for her! Here are the Doily, re-oriented calendars for 2020, 2021 and 2022.

As usual, I tend to slightly alter the fonts and some other small details, just enough so I don’t get bored recreating the identical calendars year after year. Here is a page from each so you can see the slight variations. 

2020 is a leap year, and as usual I did my best to check, re-check and double check the dates to make sure it is right, but if you have been here in the past to get a calendar you know no one is infallible, not even calendars uploaded to other sites.  And you may recall me showing the link to a calendar I used for verification that was totally wrong, and so was mine.  I feel pretty confident I got it right this time, but as ever be on the lookout for any errors. If you find one let me know. 😀

 

11 thoughts on “Doily Calendar cards for 2020-2022

  1. Beautiful cards! I hope you can publish the same in Spanish, they are beautiful. Greetings from Uruguay

    Nubia

    • I’ll see – the problem with other languages is once I do one, the floodgates open! Also, in MOST “other language” situations the start date is not Sunday, so it means reworking the entire calendar from start to finish, and that takes a lot of time. I might remember that Uruguay IS a Sunday start and if so, it is all a whole lot easier…..

      • Yes, in Uruguay calendar starts on Sunday! I understand what you say about to do calendars in other language! That happens because are very beautiful.

  2. I love these! Thank you very much!

  3. Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful calendars with your readers. I look forward to making them for friends each and every year and I appreciate all the work you put into making them! I love those little tear-off calendars for the gentlemen too if possible. Not sure if that’s the correct name – but they print 8 months to a sheet, with a total of 3 sheets printed to make two calendars. Thanks if you know which ones I mean 🙂

  4. Good afternoon,hope you had a good holiday, your knitting looks lovely, my late mum in law used to knit socks for the grandchildren. Wasn’t sure if you would be doing calendars so haven’t liked to ask, wondered if you could do the circle cd calendars, pretty circles for 2020 please. Many thanks.

    Sue Lister

    Sent from my iPad

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    • I might manage this as well. I have the month blocks so it’s pretty much a copy&paste job – I think!

      Be patient in case it isn’t 😀

  5. Thank you so much. I really appreciate this.

    Ronna

    Sent from my iPad

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