I thought I would go ahead and make it a trio, I suppose why not while I am on a blogging role!!!
I want to give credit to the site which got me started on this curlicue scarf I think that is the right thing to do as she has such a good crochet site and think it's always nice to share great things.
This is a curlicue scarf which pattern I used from "purple goldfish" she has such a good site (I know Lee will enjoy this site,unless you already know it Lee!)
and of course I was travelling in the car on the way back home from Hobart doing the final row of the scarf, where I added a picot edge to my creation so it differed from the original a little, and I ran out of the blue coloured wool!!! I was eager to keep going but had to be patient and put down the hook and wool with all my might!!! then today I scooted into spotlight and go the next ball of wool to finish it off, which I will be doing this evening :) will post the final product as soon as it is done :)
Yes I was supposed to be on a budget and was going into Spotlight for 1 ball of wool (is there such a thing for a wool addict!) when I came across a trolley full of wool right in the middle of the aisle, and the temptation was too great that I was soon scouraging through it digging around looking for my fav wool which has been on special a lot lately "Moda Vera Cupcake" it is just soooo silky and smooth a wool, and just perfect for a lot of my scarves that I have been making :)
Take a close look at all the orange special stickers!!! oh how my heart skips a beat when I see those balls of wool with orange stickers on special!!!!
and this is the new mug that lured me in when the staff at Spotlight handily placed the orange stickered mugs on the counter!!!! but why not I say, how can we ever have enough mugs to keep topping up when we are passing the hours away with our much loved and adored craft that us creative bloggers so admire.....
http://highmaintenancehippy.blogspot.com/2011/02/munchkin-makes-bread.html gave me this lovely book called "the little tea zine"
it is a great read with tea stories, recipes and a good laugh and lesson on our much loved worldwide tea.
Here is the original blog post by the creator of the book http://isismade.blogspot.com/2010/12/tea-zine-is-here.html
Speaking of tea I am off, I think I can hear the jug boiling,
See you in the next Blog :)