This was just a few of the lovely items made by the clever girls of the Mill Rosie group……
A few more items from our red swap this month, I had to take two photo’s as I couldn’t get all this loveliness into one shot! Aren’t we a clever and talented bunch of ladies!!
I was also VERY spoilt by Sharon of http://lilabellelane.blogspot.com.au/ in our one on one swap with this gorgeous weekender bag designed by Amy Butler made using a honeycomb pack of the new Midwinter red range of fabrics that I just love!
I cannot thank Sharon enough for this beautiful bag and it will be travelling with me in April as I travel around Tassie for my birthday trip with my sister Anne, it will be put to good use by being filled to the brim with craft projects I can work on while over there and I have a funny feeling Sharon’s blanket will be one of them, crochet is such a portable craft!
Now Sharon understands that she needs to be a bit patient with me as I’m still working on her crocheted blanket for this swap and I suspect it’s going to take a few more months to get to the finish stage with it but I’m loving how her blanket is turning out I may just have a little bit of difficulty actually giving it up when it’s done I can just picture me and Sharon having a playful tug of war over it when I present her with it lol….
I’ll post a few more Mill Rosie photo’s over the next couple of days as I took quite a lot on the day!
Now onto FNSI results and this is what I managed to do while watching a bit of TV, I managed to sew two rows together now to get onto making the other squares so I can finish this and present it to the mum to be before my next hair appointment in March yikes!