Friday, December 9, 2011

Crochet Central

Our weekend officially began yesterday afternoon and since all the boys, even hubby, had plans with friends, I was able to don my pajamas and crochet the night away.

More Christmas trees with the sparkly green yarn and icicles made from a pattern found at Debi's blog Dly's Hooks and Yarns.

Lorraine (With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart) posted a washcloth pattern yesterday so I whipped one up this morning using some worsted cotton from the States.

I'm still making little Christmas stockings from whatever yarn I have around me, using the pattern posted by Angie at Le monde de Sucrette

And just to switch things up, another heart using the pattern posted by Marilyn at Room on the Left.

It's so fun to blog hop and be inspired. Thanks to all of you who share your talents with us.

Have a great weekend!


Debi Y. said...

Everything looks so nice. Thanks for the link-up. :)

Anonymous said...

Love the little stockings ! ! Don't you just love those rare times when the day is just for you !!??!!
Happy Holidays!!

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Thanks to you as well........your blog is just wonderful! Love the pretty! blessings,Kathleen

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Flea Market Makeovers said...

Those are all so adorable!

Grateful4Crochet said...

These are all adorably lovely!!!!
I love making Christmas things

Little Treasures said...

Love the icicles and the trees! I promised the kids to make a garland this weekend with the toilet paper rolls we've been saving like crazy.Hope we really do.

Have a nice weekend!

Rostrose said...

Dearest Tammy,
I love your crocheting - sweet little Christmas-stockings and wonderful trees and icicles (what a great idea!)
Sending warm hugs to you,

Susan said...

So cute, your little stockings and trees, Tammy. Thanks for sharing! Hope the rest of your weekend is great! Susan

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Don't you just love to have a weekend to yourself to create away! You were very creative with your weekend, Tammy! blessings ~ tanna

Nancy said...

These things are really cute :) and I got lost in that site and following others from it....finally got back here to post :) TFS

Diane said...

All wonderful Tammy, I especially love the little icicles, what a great idea. Diane

Astri said...

The icicles are awesome! I'm thinking as ornaments for the tree. :-) Thank you for sharing!

Barbara Jean said...

Hi Tammy
Finally making it over to visit again.

Love those little socks, especially the bright red ones, and the green and cream.
Wish I could get motivated to do some creating myself.
off to see more of your posts.

Thanks for weekend greetings for my sweet fella and I.

barbara jean

summersundays-jw said...

Can just see a tree covered with the icicles. They're adorable. Jan

A Vintage Chic said...

Love all your crocheted Christmas decorations, Tammy! Everything looks just wonderful!

SO glad you got some quiet time to sit and enjoy--I need some of that time! (Probably not going to get it, college daughter gets home today!)

Wishing you a wonderful weekend, dear friend!


~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Ah these are pretty and sweet, very sweet.
Have a most lovely time gearing up for Christmas, dear Tammy xx

crafty cat corner said...

Thanks Tammy for being such an inspiration, you make me feel lazy though. I have such a lot already finished in my mind its just getting my fingers going. lol
Love the icicles and the fact that you refer to where we can get the patterns.
Love your blog.

Pam said...

My you have been busy with your needle and yarn. Love the icicles and of course, all the other goodies.

Have a wonderful weekend and my your needles continue to create such lovely treasures.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Oh, I love the icicles! Twyla

renee @ Singing With Birds said...

Your work is absolutely beautiful. What fun, whipping up stuff in PJs. Have a great rest of your weekend.

A Cottage Muse said...

Those icicles are sooo cute!

Serena said...'re whipping up quite a storm with all those gorgeous crochet goodies! Gorgeous work!

Anonymous said...

it looks like you had a wonderfully relaxing weekend with your crochet hook. You are restocking your supply of items to gift in the most wonderful way. What a simple pleasure to blog hop and be inspire. Good for you!!


Anonymous said...

Aren't those little Christmas trees and icicles the cutest things? Love that you used sparkly yarn for the trees :) I love how your washcloth turned out - kind of a squiggly pattern to it. Looks like it would scrub good. Take care~

Linda said...

I can't get over how quickly you crochet all of these items - they're wonderful. Do you keep them or give them away as gifts or a little of both?

I thought that yesterday (Monday) would be my pajama day since I had that day off after the weekend of Birthday/Christmas festivities, but it didn't turn out like that. Instead, I wrote a total of 11 blog posts, which meant not only writing but working on 200 photos, washed all of the bedding and clothes, put everything away, cleaned up after the weekend, and wrapped a few additional presents. Luckily for me, I only have 6 days of work left this month and most of those are partial days.

Happy Tuesday.
Love, Linda

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