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August 22, 2010

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Tiel

Margie, they are all so beautiful, but I particularly like the red and green stone. Glad that you found the time to be creative. I was just the washing lady this weekend.

Luisa

So pretty and inspiring. With so much going on it's nice to go back to a yarn and hook :)

k

it's always good to fit in some creative time, even if there is lots of other enjoyment to be had as well. i have to ask though - how do you find all these snails? or is your neighbourhood just overrun with them? we do have them here, but we have a lot more slugs.

mathyld ▲under the pyramids▲

I love the white & red ones, they remind me of dream catchers !!!
x x x
-m-

Jill Wignall

Sometimes the most satisfying things are made unexpectedly in a short snipet of time. These are lovely.

Cozy Memories

I totally agree with Jill. This said, I know that feeling you've felt this weekend but too well. Creative minds don't like to stay passive, do they ?
have a great start of the week xoxo

Lovely World

The red thread is lovely against the red of the old, smoothed bricks. Glad you found some moments to crochet. It does feed the soul!

Liz Noonan

i love the colors of the thread next to the red rocks...have you crocheted doilies for red rocks? i wonder how that would look...

Fiona

The red thread works rally well. I've put up some stones based on your ideas on my blog www.tizduster.typepad.com and given you a mention.

melissa

they are so lovely. berry-tones = happiness.

joanie

Their wonderful. You have such fast fingers! I know that feeling oh too well, glad you found some time to create.

kimberly

These are so inspiring. We are going camping next weekend and I'm going to be on the lookout for some good looking river rocks!

Keri

Truly inspiring. Thank you for sharing your creativity! I used the pattern from Purlbee to make a pumpkin cozy. I want to try covering some stones next...

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