Things are happening here in little spurts and bursts.
Time and inspiration seem hard to come by this week.
This book has been so helpful and instrumental in me not only learning Granny Squares, but also in learning some new stitches and shapes. Have a look at my crochet woolen flower - oh, well umm that's just the start of it. I'll show you more photos another day, just to prove that it does actually look like in the book. More flowers and snowflakes and spirals in the book, to give me more ideas and dreams.
I am planning (hoping) on making at least a few of these little shapes to sew onto some bags (hemp / organic cotton, of course) for selling at the BrisStyle Indie Designer's Market.
Okay, don't remind me that the market is in only one more week. I have a whole weekend ahead of spending with my sisters and the clan of kids. I'll be the one wedged into the corner of the couch surrounded by yarns (fingers crossed).
More creative spaces over at Kootoyoo. I'm going to try and play along with this game fairly regularly.
And this little fairy princess was playing in the garden while I over looked from the balcony.