Saturday, 16 May 2015

Yarn love....


































Well, I now have lots of knitting and crochet projects 
on the go again...maybe too many but I'm loving the variety...
unintended I've just noticed similar colours seem 
to be recurring and some are shades I don't use very often ;-)...
I've made lots of squares for a cushion and the large square 
above with the little daisy centre is part of the back using 
small yarn remnants...and may change when the front is complete! :-) 

     

Also, a note too for anyone purchasing doll hair yarn for TEAROOM Dolls.....

Little Oke Dolls large loop mohair (above) is now known as 
'Wild Large Loop Mohair'

...it's beautiful and perfect for any type of doll making 
(also EN71 Toy Safety Certified)
 and is included in the TEAROOM Doll Kits with more shades available too at 
Little Oke Dolls online x
(a perfect place to find all doll making materials x)




     

Wishing you a happy weekend all


Back soon

     


P.S  The very pretty handmade yarn bowl was found here on ETSY...I love the colour...
...and I'm happy to report my quilt is now free of all my scribbles...will take a few pics next week x


(* Any links on the blog are just things I've found, bought, and find lovely)



40 comments:

  1. Lovely colours for the Grannys and a nice Yarn-Bowl.
    Have a wonderful weekend
    Ursula

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    1. Thank you Ursula....hope you have a lovely weekend!...x

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  2. Your blog is absolutely stunning! I have adored my visit (and just popped over to Facebook to 'like' you) xx

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  3. Your lovely photos are just such a gorgeous way to begin my day.
    I've narrowed my number of in-progress projects to just a couple
    perhaps it is time to cast on just one or two !!!
    hugs 'n smiles
    Gerry

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    1. Thank you Gerry....I have too many things I want to do so decided to start them all and see where it takes me! ;-) ....Happy weekend ♥...xx

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  4. Hello Susan,
    I always find your choice of colours so soothing somehow, and calming, as well as being very pretty. I do love the look of the big crochet square, and look forward to seeing the finished cushion! As usual, your post is full of inspiration and ideas I can't wait to get started on!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    With love,
    Lynda.

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    1. Thank you Lynda...I'm still not exactly sure how the front is going to look but will enjoy having a crochet afternoon tomorrow! ♥...xx

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  5. Hello my friend! I am always happy when I see you've posted as I know I'll be getting some sweet pastel inspiration! I have my yarn and pattern for my doll and just need some unscheduled time to delve into it. Can't wait! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    1. Thank you dear Teresa...I'll be coming to visit you in the morning... ♥...Happy Weekend! x

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  6. Such lovely yarn pictures, it is nice to try some different shades for a change isn't it? Whatever you choose I just know it will always be beautiful! The mohair yarn for making doll's hair is perfect, very soft and not too fluffy! Love your new crochet.....have a happy weekend, dear Susan.
    Helen xox

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    1. Thank you dear Helen!....yes, I'm having fun trying some lovely shades and different types of yarn at the moment ♥.... Wishing you and yours a happy weekend! ;-) ♥ ...xx

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  7. gorgeous photo, your wool looks so tactile in your photos, I want to reach out!

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    1. Thanks Helen....the yarn at the top is my new gorgeous wool and the crochet is yarn remnants that are too lovely to throw away (the two couldn't feel more different!) ...it's good to find a place for them ♥...Have a good Sunday x

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  8. Your yarn bowl is lovely! I have a similar one on order from Etsy - hopefully it will be here soon. Just love your photos - beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Jayne...and I'm sure you will love your yarn bowl....I found too many lovely ones on ETSY ...they're great when using my winder and swift too as well as knitting (keeps those bouncy yarn balls well away from little Miss Daisy!)...x

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  9. What sweet photo! It inspires creativity!

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    1. ♥ Thank you ♥...Have a lovely Sunday!...x

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  10. Good morning Susan! Now isn't this the cutest thing I've ever seen....that cup with the cut-out for your yarn to loop through! I have never seen that, ever!

    Bright and happy are your posts with the creativity that I LOVE. Keeping happy and busy? GOOD! I wish you a wonderful season of new beginnings and creations. I so love to come visit you! Anita

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    1. Good morning Anita!....yes, these yarn bowls are lovely, aren't they?....and so practical too so I have a good excuse to buy them! x Hope you have a happy Sunday dear lady and thank you :-) x

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  11. What a wonderful array of shades Susan, they all work so beautifully together. I really love the apricot colour!!
    The granny squares are really beautiful, your cushions are going to be gorgeous!! Hugs ♥ Vicky ♥

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    1. Thank you Vicky...hope you're having a lovely Sunday!...(I love the apricot colour too...I need to check the shade ;-) )....xx

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  12. Goodevening Susan, what a delight to be on your blog again. our posts always cheer me up, and motivate me.
    Hugs
    Erna x

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    1. Good evening lovely Erna ♥....Thank you so much and wishing you a happy new week ;-) xxx

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  13. Thanks for the link for the yarn bowl. I've been looking for one for ages and this one is just gorgeous.
    Rosie

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    1. Thank you Rosie...in fact it's been in use today and has been making friends with my yarn swift and winder ;-) ...x

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  14. Hi Susan these are very different colours for you but they're beautiful. Those cups are so unique and fun. Enjoy your handicrafts and have a lovely week xx

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    1. Thank you Jane ;-) ...Hope you've had a great start to the new week ♥...x

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  15. I love your yarn and great idea with the bowl to hold it in, I'll have to get one! it beats it falling on the floor all the time lol :)

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    1. Thank you Summer...yes, keeps it nice and safe away from Miss Daisy too when she's sitting under my table as I'm winding yarn...worth every penny! ;-) ...xx

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  16. That really is a lovely yarn bowl, ditto the crochet colours :)

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    1. Thank you Annie...have a good weekend ;-) ...xx ♥

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  17. Your crochet is lovely Susan and I love that basket of yarn...such delicious colours!
    What a gorgeous little yarn bowl too. :)
    Happy weekend,
    V x

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    1. Thank you Vivienne! ♥.....Have a lovely weekend! xxx ;-)

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  18. Dear, dear Susan! HELLO! Thank you for coming to my blog! And guess what? I am coming back to blogging! I will be on holiday in June, but I do plan on coming back. My book is starting out well because my main problem was to provide my own photography. Well, I've remedied that. I am working on my photography and it's definitely improved to a better quality worthy of a book. OH THE FUN!

    Enjoy your holiday! XOXOXO Anita

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    1. Wonderful news Anita!!....your book will be fabulous and ooh so happy to hear you will be returning to Blogland soon!!!
      Happy New Week ♥
      Susan x

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  19. Love your new yarn bowl and your crochet....the yarn looks gorgeous!!
    Jan xox

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    1. Thank you Jan....(I need to find some new places to hide all my yarn! ;-) )...Hope you're having a great week ♥ x

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  20. I'm so jealous of the selection of yarns available to knitters in the UK. Thank goodness for on-line shopping. Some yummy yarn from Little Oke Dolls was at my door in Canada 48 hours after I placed the order! And it didn't cost my first born child for shipping. Actually cheaper than mailing it across Canada.

    But I'm still working on getting Jameison's Shetland wool. Any ideas?

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    1. Hi Susan....You can purchase the Jamieson's DK for the dolls in all the shades at Little Oke Dolls too and I can't recommend it more highly for excellent service ;-) x

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