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June 25, 2008

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Genevieve

This series is beautiful and inspiring! Thank you.

Elsita :)

Yay Margie!!
You are right about everything in this post. Seeing your crochet adventures is very inspiring. I have been creating my little training-crochet-projects and it is so relaxing. I am doing them while I wait for Diego during his therapies. You will see some of them soon. It is true that crochet is much easier than knitting :)
I also want to thank you for this line: The ocean is vast and so is your potential.
I agree with you!
Elsita :)

Annie

Thanks for the encouragement. My mom taught me to knit and crochet when I was a child but I didn't stick with it. I'd get a few rows down and give up. About a month ago I started knitting and fell in love. I've been wanting to try crochet again as well, and I actually remember how to crochet a little bit, at least how to make the initial chain, so I'll have to give it a go soon.

I am loving all these rocks and gourds in their little crochet nets. And that last photo is gorgeous.

Patricia

Beautiful post, Margie! I love how your crocheted pieces literally embrace the nature that you love so much.

I took a weeklong vacation to Victoria, BC, a few years ago all on my own (well, with my new digital camera), and it was the best time I've ever had. I wish I could share some of the pictures I took, but they were all eaten when my old hard drive died. No backup, and no prints of them. Sad.

My personal motto this past year has been "I don't know how to do that YET." It makes all the difference in the world. I just dive in and try things. Now I may not get to be the cutter extraordinaire that Elsita is, but I am having so much fun with my cutouts. They are great therapy.

lauren alane

I think you are right! I recognize all the crochet stitches so I will sit down and try to crochet a little rock like yours. It will be a good way to save "special" rocks from trips over the years.

Cece

Brilliant! I can't wait to give it a try! I will add a post of your wonderful blog :)

rebekah

i would just love to wear an outfit like that little gourd has on.. maybe for my birthday? ;)

Alice Sailer

Hace unos años, cuando aun no conocía el mundo de los blogs, estuve cubriendo con crochet unas piedras con un fin utilitario en el jardín... fue una solución espontánea que surgió por la necesidad de dar sostén a las enredaderas y porque siempre tengo un proyecto de labores de crochet en curso. Cuando descubrí los blogs y vi estas maravillosas piedras cubiertas de crochet, solo hechas como un objeto bello y artístico, no podía creerlo!!!! "inconsciente colectivo"!!! son tan bellas sus piedras y todos los objetos que cubre... y las últimas que tejió y ya vendió en estos días!!!! Una inspiración para pasar de lo útil a lo hermoso!

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