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Thursday, 5 February 2009

Sore Throat...but I got rid of the Granny Square monsters....



Hello Ladies...

Well here we are nearly at the end of another week, and I have to say me and The Sue are cream crackered, plus I have a sore throat to boot but its not all bad news.

The news my dear blogging chums is that I have cracked granny squares! Its only taken me nearly 3 weeks of practicing but its clicked. Thankyou for your words of encouragement, cause if anything I wanted to show you that Its possible, even someone like me who isn't naturally gifted really with a needle and thread... can do it xxx

So anyway, I hope you all find yourselves well in these snowy cold days...and ready for another weekend.

Thought I would also leave you a picture of the LOVELY CK bag I got for Christmas xxx

Love Sam xx

14 comments:

Surfer Rosa said...

The granny is a triumph ... well done!

Tea with Willow said...

Congrats on mastering the granny square!! I love the soft colours you used. The CK bad is gorgeous too - very envious!

We had lots of snow here overnight - all schools closed, so both kids at home today. Tom's not very keen on the deep snow, in fact, he looks a bit depressed, bless him! Even the post man couldn't make it today - we can't wait for your little surprise to arrive!

Willow xx

Josie-Mary said...

Well done on the granny square... it takes time to get it right. My first few cushions are rubbish when I look at them now!!
It's snowing here ... I'm so excited!!!!! I haven't looked out the window for 10mins 'cos I'm afraid it will have stopped!! It was coming down so heavy everything was covered very quickly ..... yipee!!!! :)

Lesley (Notesfrommydays) said...

well done!!! ive only learnt to crochet a week ago and just mastered flowers but granny squares look very complicated so may need to build up to them!!!
love the bag!
Lesleyx

Flossie and Tom said...

Great grannies - its taken me about the same length of time and I'm still not sure that I am slip stitching into the right bit

Thanks again for my prezzies - love the bag

Sara
X

Shabby Chick said...

Well done on the granny squares, that one is lush! Hope your bad throat is better soon, if it hangs on promise you'll go to the docs because I had mine a month before penicillin finally shifted it and I wondered why I'd waited so long :-S

Divine bag, I'm v jealous! Mel xxx

Tillybud said...

I am just in awe at all you clever creative ladies. I have a sore throat this morning too. hope you feel better soon.

rachel the krafty girl said...

you are way ahead of me when it comes to crocheting!im hoping to find a nice easy childrens guide on how to crochet!its my only hope hehe!

just wanted to stop by and tell you my lovely giveaway price arrived this morning!i love all the pretties that you have put together!
i am absolutely tickled pink!!

thanks again for being so thoughtful-i will treasure them always!

rachel
x

Tea with Willow said...

Just a quick note to let you know the post has arrived!!!! I've emailed you! Tom is so thrilled - he's blushing!
Willow x

sadie said...

well done with the crochet, looks fab.

Sorry about the sore throat. Hope it clears up quickly.

Have a great weekend

Sadie C

Knitty, Vintage and Rosy said...

Wonderful. I remember the feeling of euphoria I felt when I finally "got" it.

Lovely and do you have a grandiose plan for your new skills?

Lisa
Knitty, Vintage and Rosy

MaryPoppins said...

your granny squares look delightful, well done :)

Thank you so so much for your beautiful Giveaway prize, though I really didn't deserve them.

Your painting is so beautiful and pretty and shall go in a very special place indeed, you are very, very talented I love it, and the notebook is so cute too, i love my floraly pretties and am so happy :)

Thank you very much Sam

Love

Mary

X

fiftiesgirl said...

Well done on the granny achievement, im still trying to master it. Love the bag! x

Jemm said...

What a fun bag! Congratulations on figuring out the Granny Square. I hope I can one day too.

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