Saturday, June 16, 2012

FNSI results.....

 Remember these squares well two blocks of squares are now sewn together and another two stacks of  squares are ready to be put together and added to this block.....I'm loving how my wool scraps aren't being wasted :) Ths is what I worked on during Friday and into the evening,it's amazing how much you can achieve when you put your mind to it!
 I also wanted to thank Wendy for my lovely Barbara Brackman turnover and reel of ribbon for my birthday.....I'm glad to hear you also liked what I sent for your birthday as well :
These teatowels are hopefully going to turn into my new kitchen curtains....these will look very pretty just above my sink,a nice distraction from the dirty dishes piling up lol :)

12 comments:

Bev C said...

Hello Barb,

Love your rug,amazing what can be made up with bits of leftover wool. The colours are so lovely together. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

Happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Ondrea said...

Some yummy things there Barb. Do you crochet the squares toegther on your rug or stitch them?

Christine M said...

Your rug looks lovely. I'm looking forward to seeing the new curtains.

Anthea said...

Hi Barb, the crochet looks great. Who would have thought that blues & browns would look so great together?! And tea towels as curtains - I'm curious... ♥

Kathy said...

Your rug looks amazing Barb - though I might be a bit biased as it VERY similar to one I'm working on at the moment! Only a few more squares to go and the the sewing together :)

Making It Vintage said...

Loving your thrifted blanket, very pretty crochet.
lily

cottonreel said...

HiBarb, lovely stuff as usual on your blog .
Is there any chance you could publish or email me with your ripple crochet pattern . It looks different to the pattern I used . Mine seemed more open .
I look forward to seeing the kitchen curtains

Tarnyia said...

Barb the rug is gorgeous and the colours are very trendy xxx

Katherine said...

FNSIs are fun. Love crochet blankets! Will look forward to seeing how you turn those lovely tea towels into curtains for your kitchen too.

Noela said...

Looking forward to seeing photos of your new curtains and the Xmas stocking.

Barb said...

I love what you are doing...and that fabric is just fabulous (lucky you)

shez said...

gorgeous rug Barb,what a wonderful idea for curtains,lovely colours.xx