Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Booty

Here is the start of my collection of sea glass  IMG_0309And my rocks (don’t be fooled by them) IMG_0308 IMG_0304

And here is my latest project. Can you believe that I bought a pattern for this? I didn’t need to, it was a rectangle with 2 gaps in then drawn up at the top. A bit short for my pot but quite colourful, inspired by Lucy from attic 24IMG_0306IMG_0307

I’m off to make more apples. I’m thinking that maybe I can develop it into a square for a blankie or cushion. Thanks to Alice being so complementary about them I am meeting new friends, how lovely. I think that this is what I love the most about blogging. Not only are we so likeminded but everyone is so generous spirited, either recommending  each others projects and blogs, or sharing so many of their own ideas.

Happy Wednesday

Lou

xx

10 comments:

  1. It looks like Macca Pacca's been at your rocks!!! (If unsure of who Macca Pacca is google In The Night Garden but I'm sure you'll know who I mean!) :)

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  2. I think the little tea cosy is great.

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  3. Love your tea cozy Louise , How do you make the ridges ?
    Jacquie x

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  4. It could make a cute hat, too.

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  5. Love your stacks of rocks! I have a few I brought home from the beach at Felixstowe. I have to keep them away from Little J, he doesn't understand that they are not just any old rocks!
    Your teapot cosy is fab. I can't figure out if you knitted it or if it is crochet? Perhaps I need new glasses.
    Have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Your tea cosy is super! Love the colours!
    Lucy xx

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  7. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX your tea cozy is fab! I saw the beautiful one Penelope made from L is for Love (have you visited her? her blog is lovely) and now I want to make the exact same one but a little bit different!!!!!
    Better brush up on my knitting skills now I have so many inspiring tea cozies happening in front of me!

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  8. Louise
    your tea cosy is fantastic,
    making me want to go out and buy a teapot!
    Love your rocks too,
    I tend to look for heart shaped ones!
    Love suex

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  9. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX your tea cozy is fab! I saw the beautiful one Penelope made from L is for Love (have you visited her? her blog is lovely) and now I want to make the exact same one but a little bit different!!!!!
    Better brush up on my knitting skills now I have so many inspiring tea cozies happening in front of me!

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  10. I think the little tea cosy is great.

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