Thursday, November 17, 2011

Giant granny square

Hi all! I hope you all had fabulous weekend. For Americans we had our four day weekend because of the Veterans Day. Anyways, I started my granny square last week after a couple of weeks of thinking of color combo from my yarn stash. Then, I found myself doing granny square. Well, it work out good because I got to use my yarns that are in different colors and some left over from previous projects. Right now I am on 42nd rows and still going. I am thinking to stop on the 50th rows or 60. Next will be thinking again! For border! LOL! I need to do some thinking in few days. What do you think will be the best border for this granny square? Please help me T_T ……….

Do you have Unfinished object?  While cleaning my boxes I found few unfinished objects and found 10 African flowers. Then, I stopped cleaning and started crocheting and come up with these cute African flowers bag. Of course, I lined the bag.

To end this entry, the red bag I made for my mother in law for Christmas. I added cheerful flower from Teresa’s video on YouTube.

I am wishing everyone a good day! and happy hooking!

Monday, November 14, 2011


Finally, I've figured it out! uhmm..... how to add inner pocket to my bags! ^-^

This is the bag i am making for my mother in law for Christmas. She look lovely in red. So, This red bag will look lovely on her :)

Have a good day everyone!

Monday, November 7, 2011

african flowers cushions

As you can see I fell in love with African flowers. LOL!  I have old pillows that I was about to dispose but I decided to recycle them. So, I decided to use my old and new yarns to make throw covers for my old pillows. The purple is small and it made up with 15 hexagon African flowers and 6 half African flowers. The red is big and made up of 24 hexagons and 8 half African flowers. My husband asked me why did I make different colors well, the purple yarns are left over from blanket I made for my best friend. I am going to make another red to match with the big red throw.

Happy crocheting to all!