Monday, July 28, 2014

weekly stills






1. I am on the home stretch of this little blanket, hopefully I'll have a proper tadah for it later this week, just depend on how long it takes to weave in all the ends.  My favourite bit. Not.

2. The lovely pincushion I received as part of the Pincushion Swap I took part in, thanks so much Louise! I hope the one I sent got to it's destination ok!( Swap organised by Tash and Bec of Little Bit of Thyme and Handmade and Home, good one ladies! :) )

3. More crochet stamps on the go.

4. I love the colour of this wool I bought at the Wool Show.  It is actually even nicer in real life, sometimes it is hard to find good shades of green, and I love this one!

5. Taking five while the floors dry, what else is a girl to do! :)



Joining in with the other weekly stills people over at The Beetle Shack.

What have you got planned this week? 

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20 comments:

  1. Oooooh I love all of it Julie, AND I have a pair of Naots exactly like those! The colours in your little blanket are so sweet and I'm looking forward to seeing the finished article! xoJoy

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  2. A real delight, looking forward to seeing the finished blanket. Just love those stamps. Have a great week.

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  3. Such wonderful and colorful goodies!!!! Absolutely love your little stamps!!!! They are the cutest little things!!!! And yes, love, love, love the one with your feet up!!!! Classic!!!! Hope you have lots more of those little moments this week!!!!
    Love
    AMarie xxx

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  4. I love your shoes. Where did you get them?
    Hugs

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  5. I love that first blanket..........what is the pattern you used? Regards Kathy A, Brisbane

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  6. It can be hard to find nice greens! My favoritist green has been disconinued as well :( agh!!

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  7. The blanket looks beautiful

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  8. What a beautiful collection of stills :) - especially the blanket!

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  9. I'm a huge fan of the green colour, and I love your wool's shade! I definitely would wear something made with it! : ) Hope you have a nice week! x

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  10. Your blanket and the new stamps are lovely. And your new yarn. I'll be sewing in ends this week - again. That's what happens when you start lots of things and then finish them all about the same time.

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  11. Your blanket will be beautiful! I'm sure THAT YES!
    Kisses from Catalonia!

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  12. Gorgeous photo of the blanket and I love the little stamps!
    Sheila
    http://sheilazachariae.blogspot.com/2014/07/greek-cooking-101-basil-pesto.html

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  13. Great projects. Love that shade of green.

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  14. Some more lovely crochet Julie. Love the green wool, I agree it is hard to get nice greens.

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  15. That IS a wonderful green! It's hard to find good ones here as well. Look forward to the blanket ta-dah! I think those potage stamps would be lovely worked up into a bag/ purse. Have a great week!

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  16. Hey Julie. obviously, it's a lot milder in your corner of the woods. Bare legs, brrrrr!! Still rugged up, here in the Nth East, holding on to WInter as long as I can. Are they Planet Shoes you're wearing? Love that brand so comfortable.
    Loving your little crocheted stamps very cute and your blanket makes me think of the beach with those beautiful blues and greens.
    I'm sorry I missed out on the pincushion swap, it looks like it was fun. My own fault too much time in the FB playground.
    Have a great week,

    Claire xx

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  17. The blanket is looking great

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  18. Oh, I was'nt a fan of weaving in those ends as you.. So I started to hide the during the proces. There are different ways of doing it. Here's an example :)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6tyFrsIT2M

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  19. Love your works, your pictures and all the projects you make….i am a loyal follower and i have made several blankets following your patterns. Thank you so much!!!. I would like to know where to find the crochet stamps you have made, the instructions for making them.
    Thanks again

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  20. Hi Julie I am new to your blog which I found through Attic 24. Can you let me know how I can get patterns for the creations you post on your blog - do I subscribe to your "newsletter"? - hope to hear from you soon. Keep up the posts and the inspirational crochet.
    Sam

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