RIGHT. Let's get this festive show on the road, shall we? I made my second annual batch of mince pie fudge last night, and now it's time to get the knitwear out of the cupboard before Save The Children's Christmas jumper day tomorrow.
You don't have a Christmas jumper? WTF! (What the festive.)
You could get one of the Digital Dudz jumpers that move, but getting hold of it before tomorrow could be a bit tight. Instead, nip out to the shops - Primark has absolutely LOADS of brilliant and cheap ones, but its website doesn't bother at all, so either try in a shop, or get one of these:
New Look has a good selection of tall Christmas jumpers - for obvious, Twitter-mad reasons, this Seasons Tweetings one is my favourite. It's £14.99.
Also from New Look, this time in its regular section, is this frankly amazing pale blue Christmas pudding jumper with added polka dot snow. Love the colour, love that it's almost tasteful, LOVE the snow. It's £27.99.
Require bling? For £55, step this way and investigate Topshop's crystal reindeer effort.
Christmas wrapping jumper instead (£50). It's also available in tall for the oddly lower price of £48, and when I checked on Monday, it was in the Oxford Street branch.
BHS has come up trumps with their Christmas jumpers. Cute and actually not naff, and £25 each:
Don't want animals or anything ostensibly Christmassy? GO FOR PATTERN! This Helen sweater from Hobbs is £59, down from £89 in the sale.
If you'd rather have a snuggly jumper that you can wear all winter, try Oasis's fluffy fair isle knit. It's £50.
To take part in Christmas Jumper Day, just text WOOLLY to 70050 and you'll have donated £1. The reply is adorable: "[...] It'll help save children's lives. That's woolly wonderful!"