Monday, September 28, 2009
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Yea! I know its gunna be 90 here today. But I am in the Fall mood! After all this week marked the first day of fall. So I got Millie the Mannequin out to model another Cable Hat I made! Don't you love it? It is my very favorite pattern and I am planning. (God Willing) to make several for the Holidays. I have a nice stash of colorful yarns for the hats. We are going to TC this weekend to see Chelsea and I am so excited! More to come..... stay tuned....
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Saturday, September 12, 2009
I completed these 5 strips last night in about an hour! They are part of my stacked coins baby quilt from Moda
Bake shop. Not sure how to add the link, click below to be taken there.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Yep! Complete project. It makes
me happy to look at it.
I will be taking it to my daughter full of yarn so every time she crochets she will think of me and the love I put in this bag as a made it for her.
Tiny bumble bees are on the lining
it is so cute!
Monday, September 7, 2009
Enjoying my new space! First thing I am working on is tissue holders for TC. Every time we go to the services at TC, and a woman or man graduates, the tears start flowing. These are truly tears of Joy. My lazy Kitty Isis is showing off for the camera. Why cant I sleep like that? I love this extra day off! Amazing what some time off can do for the spirit!
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Finally getting around to finishing my room. God Bless my husband and his patients! He worked so hard till late into the night to make me happy. Painting complete! Yea! Some pictures of what we accomplished. As you can see by the photos Kody was looking at us like....Hey we ever going to bed. He would not get off my great grandmothers quilt. I adore this quilt so very precious to me and I have a close up of one of the fabrics which my mother had made us clothes with. My need to make items for Charity must come from her. I would sit for hours and help her cut squares from old clothes. We sat in her dimly lit room and cut squares with a lead pencil and a cardboard square. I loved it, the fabric, the colors the texture. Then she would spread the impending quilt across her bed and admire her work. She could put a quilt together in a few days. Bless her heart I miss her. She would be amazed to see a rotary cutter, but somehow I think she would stick to her scissors and cardboard squares...... More to come..