Monday, 15 June 2015

Bunting Bonanza and Wash Day

It's amazing what a really sunny day does. I have washed the cushion covers which don't look too attractive drying flat on a pink towel.



I have wet down some hats to dry flat - I hope the sun does not make them fade.



I have washed my beautiful drawn thread work table cloth. Ignore the rest of the washing please.


Only those of you above a certain age will believe that I have a big pot of tea towels boiling on the hob - this is not some weird way of making soup, it is what my mother and grand mother did to get really stubborn stains out!


I have actually done some crochet but I seem to be stuck in bunting mode:



Baby bunting was inspired by a pattern in 'Love Crochet' magazine issue 18.

 Can you have a rubber crochet duck?
The ball was made in separate sections - I may use the idea for Christmas baubles

Dummies or are they pacifiers don't really look like this any more.










So then there is blue bunting:















The last one is blank bunting - pattern to follow in the next post.


I think the breakfst bunting may not get any further than this and become another of those ' I will do that later projects'.


Egg on toast, bacon, a mushroom and the other thing is supposed to be a croissant.















I have finished the pot of flowers which I like but I am worried that the flowers are wilting - I am sure that shouldn't happen with crochet flowers.

Lynn


4 comments:

  1. I love the crocheted 'nappies'.

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  2. The Pattern for these is in the Love Crochet Magazine so I can't claim the credit I am afraid.
    Lynn

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  3. OOh it is amazing what a difference the sunshine makes - your table cloth looks fab basking in the bright sunlight!
    Brilliant bunting - what great ideas - breakfast bunting - inspired - like a quirky twist on chilli bunting! Loving the no-calorie meal....especially the croissant!
    Hope you have many more sunny days!
    Ali x

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  4. Thank you so much Ali. We hope you have many sunny days as well
    Lynn and Vicky

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