Friday, January 9, 2009

Being crafty - Show and Tell Friday

Pretiness

Ladies, I'm going now tell you something: I craft. Now, are you wondering, why this woman never posts about her so called crafting if she, as she says, do craft?
I will explain .
One: I don't craft as much as, for instance, Posy, Plum Pudding, Hen or other girls in the internet.
Two: I don't craft so well as the above girls do.
Three: having said the above reasons for not publicizing my modest crafting, I must say now that I'm shy about it. Shy about showing them, that is.
This year I'm decided to change that. Yes, I only do something for some minutes a day because I work outside and I arrive late in the evening so tired that I hardly can think.
Even so, I want go back so I'm going from now give you frequent news about my crafting adventures.
See the lovely wool in the above picture? I posted it last year.
Now see some progress I'm making.



Isn't that lovely? The not so good thing is, looking to the pace I'm making it it will only be ready, as my mother says, for next winter.
Yes, it's a cover for the royal knees of my husband so he will be cozy and confy when he seats with us to see a movie or even, maybe, Dad's Army that he bought for me as one of his Christmas presents to me.
As it growns only two or three rows a day, with luck, it will be ready next Christmas.



P.S.: What really boders me is, because of the strong light, it looks rather pink here, when its real colour is burgundy as you can see in the first picture.

For Show and Tell Friday, at Kelli's.

Show and Tell

15 comments:

DelDean said...

Those Rabadanas (golden slices) look very yummy! Seems that uncle's adding honey onto them is maybe not even necessary!

Today I am visiting random blogs in hopes of attracting a few readers to my writings:
http://irun4fun-deldean.blogspot.com/

Please visit & leave a short comment if you are able. Your blog has some beautiful photos. And your writing is obviously filled with alot of joy & love.

Best wishes for 2009! Paz.

playsdolls said...

Your afghan is beautiful.You should be very proud of your crafting.I craft alot to and do not post much that I do but I am going to start posting the things I make and so should you.Don't be shy show off your wonderful work.

Carla said...

love your crochet! I know your hubby is going to love this!

Belinda said...

Your work is absolutely beautiful...you should definitely post more if it for everyone to enjoy seeing. And the color of this wool is wonderful, I just love it!

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

I know your hubby will love it when you give it to him. I think it's coming along quite well...

Jenny said...

I'm glad you've decided to show us more of your crafting, it looks beautiful. I'm sure you are getting a lot of pleasure making it, a gift made with love is the best kind.

BECKY said...

Your work is beautiful! It's ok if it's inch by inch. It will be a family treasure when it's complete, and that's all that matters! Don't be shy!! Share, and get some encouragement!
Have a great weekend!
Blessings,
Becky

Sandra said...

Beautiful work, you really should show it more often :)

Jane said...

Looks like you're doing a good job. I'm glad you decided to come out of your shell and share it.

Melissa Wertz said...

I think your stitching is great! You are doing a good job.

Linda C said...

I think you croquet stitching is very beautiful. It's not how fast you go, just relax and enjoy the journey as you do it:)

Linda C

Lulu said...

its beautiful, keep doing it as you are able..
Happy New Year to you ...

Alexandra said...

Very Pretty!

desorganizada said...

It's funny! One of my resolutions for this year is to dedicate some time for crafting. Yesterday I bought some wool to crochet one scarf (a first to me!) but I also have a cross stitching "Last Supper" to finish. Some day I'll post about it too.

Lola said...

It's gorgeous! I remember fondly how my grandmother and I worked on a similar stitch pattern for my college days a long time ago.

Please don't be so shy about your crafting. It encourages the rest of us to sit and do rather than just sit.