I have two finishes this week.....
Flowerville - Block 5
Crochet Shell Stitch Blanket
When I last posted about this blanket a couple of weeks ago, I was despairing because I struggled to find the same colour blue for the entire blanket........and then.......I popped into the "Reject Shop" and lo and behold, I spotted a ball of the very yarn I needed on the shelf (believe me, it wasn't there the week before!) When I took it to the counter to pay, I asked the young girl where the next nearest store was and found it was not too far away. As it turns out, my farmer wanted to go shopping at a centre very close to the 2nd store and he offered to take me there after. What a great idea....I found two more balls as well as the white container that my African Violets are in......and my farmer pulled out his wallet and paid for the lot!
As well as Flowerville Block 6, I am also going to trace a pattern from Jenny Elefantz latest Stitchery Club installment. I will work on it on Friday night, 22/4, and link up Saturday for Stitch In Days. If you are working on a Jenny Elefantz design.....why not join in!
What do you have to share for this week?
- Link will be open until this coming Sunday.
- Link anything that you are working on this week or over the past week....needle and thread is all it takes.
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- Please make the effort to visit other link users and leave them a comment. Leaving me a comment after linking up will help me know that you have been by and linked up.
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I love those blocks and your african violets! Look forward to see more blocks!ReplyDelete
Those Flowerville blocks are very elegant, perfect pairing with the African violets.ReplyDelete
Beautiful blocks with the variegated thread and love the African violets too!ReplyDelete
The variegated thread looks wonderful on those blocks. Beautiful collage of your violets and the stitchery. The white container is perfect and how wonderful is it that you found the yarn in the same shop.ReplyDelete
Love your flowerville !ReplyDelete
I can't believe I forgot to leave a comment earlier today when I linked! I am so excited to see the flowerville block finished. I've been watching you come along with it, and it is so gorgeous. I really wanted to do those blocks, but I had to tell myself no. I'm enjoying them by seeing yours! What a story about finding your yarn! I'm so happy for you, and for the violets. I don't see them as often as I used to - sometimes in the grocery flower section. I love them myself, and did well with them in the desert. Here in wet TN, not so well. =)ReplyDelete
Your flowerville block is so pretty Cath. You are such a quick stitcher.ReplyDelete
What a sweet sweet block!ReplyDelete
Love your block. Congratulations on finding the correct yarn, what a find. Thanks for sharing, Guida.ReplyDelete
The way you are using variegated thread on your blocks is so clever - it adds the perfect element of whimsy to these fun blocks. I think African Violets are an old flower and I hope they are not out of fashion as they are so pretty! My Dad always had AV and my Mom keeps them in his memory so they are special to our family. What a lovely container you found to keep them in!ReplyDelete
I love, love, love your pretty block and the muted colours of the crocheted blanket are just gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Just getting around to visiting the Slow Sunday Stitching links... love your Flowerville block!ReplyDelete
What kind of thread did you use?
All your Flowerville blocks are beautiful. I think I've said this before but I do love the variegated floss that you are using!ReplyDelete
So glad you came across the exact yarn you needed. Isn't it amazing how sometimes we find just what we need at just the right time!
Thanks so much for linking up to last week's Stitchery Link Party. Aloha hugs!