Crochet, Pottery and Sewing.

 The last few days have brought some finishes. Leonie Morgan’s Pop Flowers from stash dk yarn was a joy to make. The pot and mask based on V for Vendetta survived biscuit firing and are now painted in acrylics. Finally the crochet hook roll shared last time has been joined by a roll down bag, so I can vary the size according to my project. With the final scrap from the nasturtium fabric, I made a pouch for the tin of yarn sewing up needles. 







Comments

Ulla said…
Beautiful project set and a great blanket.
Thank you Ulla. I’m trying little and often now to keep the blog up to date.
Deb said…
Hiya Melanie, you most certainly have been busy. That wool hanging is amazing and your crochet is brilliant. I always look at some of the free crochet patterns for babies on Pinterest and think of must have a go at making them but it has been years since I have done anything except basic squares. Maybe when I get more up to date on my UFO''s and have a bit more time.---HAHAHAHA, yeah rite!!!!
Tracy said…
Always so much fun to see what you've been up to and making, Melanie! The Pop Flowers blanket is GORGEOUS! Just love all those pretty blues against creamy-white background. Your bag and gear for having crochet yarn and tools handy and tidy are wonderful... All such happy summery colors! :) Happy Summer Days, my friend ((HUGS))
Jeanie said…
Wonderful things, all, Melanie! I love the blanket and your cute little bag/pouch makes me smile extra big
Thanks for popping in Deb and your kind words. I can recommend Leonie Morgan for easy to follow crochet patterns or Attic 24s blog. I began to crochet thanks to that site. Good luck!
Thank you Tracy. The Leonie Morgan’s Pop Flowers blanket was a joy to make. Her instructions were so clear. I really enjoyed playing with bright colours again with the crochet set. All were in my stash, best of all!
Thank you Jeanie. The blanket was a fun make from yarn stash apart from the mid blue ball. So much fun to make! The crochet set had to be bright to go with my crochet hooks, and making those from stash was a bonus. I love working with bright cheerful colours!

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