Sunday, February 3, 2013

Sunday Stash Busting

More hearts.
Big and little.
And a granny baby blanket in shades of blue with a cream border.
 The first step is to start rolling my yarn into balls.
For more stash busting projects you can visit Ana or Linda.
Best wishes for a wonderful day.

49 comments:

  1. Those are the cutest little hearts! Will you be decorating a Valentine's tree with them?

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  2. I love the colors you've chosen for the baby blanket. Can't wait to see the finished product!

    And the hearts? SO CUTE!

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  3. Love your post today Tammy, have trouble busting my stash..keep buying more❤ seems like you have the same temptations.
    Have a sweet week coming up

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  4. Oh Tammy I love the hearts!!! Cutest little things ever-- perfect for stash busting!! But-- I hate rolling yarn into balls-- ugh-- it's the worst for me!! Most people love that kind of thing-- but not me:(

    I'm imagining all the sweet little hearts you will be making!!
    Vicki

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  5. Really cute hearts, Tammy! The multicolored yarn makes them look so special and unique.

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  6. Love the hearts Tammy what are you going to do with them,? can't wait to see how the baby blanket grows :)

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  7. I love the little two toned heart. What are these going to be used for? They are just precious.
    ~Dawn

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  8. Such adorable hearts! I like the little ones :) Have a great rest of the weekend, Tammy!

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  9. What a good way to pass the day.. I'm about to make two gifts for my two blog friends, Taci and Gracie.. we meet for lunch tomorrow. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  10. I love the blanket colors you've chosen...looks like Wedgewood. And those tiny hearts are so sweet!

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  11. That first skein of yarn is so pretty. I really want to try and make those hearts. I have about zero talent in crocheting and knitting. I may try it when no one is around.

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  12. Your hearts are so pretty! I am looking forward to seeing your blanket :-)

    Sarah xx

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  13. That beige and pink heart is awesome Tammy!

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  14. The hearts are very pretty in your lovely yarn.
    Nice colours for a blanket.

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  15. Such pretty little hearts. I love the colors you've chosen. Your stash buster basket looks full of wonderful possibilities.
    Blessings,
    Betsy
    Http://Betsy-thesimplelifeofaqueen.blogspot.com

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  16. Dearest Tammy,
    You can become industrial with your stash of yarn. Don't you prefer to work those yarns from the inside out? I found that always a lot easier than from a rolled ball.
    Hugs to you,
    Mariette

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  17. Your crocheted hearts are so pretty. The baby afghan will be super soft and lovely. Keep crocheting that stash. Does Jingles help you wind all that yarn into balls? ;o)

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  18. Cute, cute, cute hearts, Tammy. You are all ready for Valentine's Day. Nice job! Susan

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  19. Pretty hearts!! I am doing a baby blanket for a friend, too, but in pink and white! ;) Happy crocheting! xo Heather

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  20. Dearest Tammy,
    Have a look at this idea: http://meine-liebelei.blogspot.com/2013/02/ich-wei-ich-wei.html
    Great Owl...
    Hugs,
    Mariette
    gplus.to/MariettesBacktoBasics

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  21. Love the hearts so sweet looking..!

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  22. You are doing a great job of stash busting. That first heart is just the sweetest thing!

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  23. I love those hearts Tammy especially the two toned one on the left - very pretty!
    It's a great idea!
    hugs
    Shane ♥

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  24. Love your hearts Tammy. Diane

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  25. Love the hearts and can't wait to see the granny baby blanket ...it will look adorable.

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  26. I love the hearts, Tammy, especially the two-toned one. I now roll my wool into balls first before using them thanks to you sharing that tip on your blog ages ago. It's truly worth taking the time to do. Enjoy your week ~ xo

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  27. Hi Tammy,
    Your variegated yarn will make a gorgeous baby blanket, I love it!!
    How is your walking? I've discovered a new walk that takes about an hour so I'm enjoying that despite the muddy conditions sometimes.
    have a great week,
    Hugs Angela.x

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  28. Pretty little hearts! Waiting to see your granny blanket:)

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  29. I'm pleasant and happy week, dear Tammy :) I'm going to try very beautiful heart-shaped mesh..

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  30. I bet that making hearts is the best stash busting way :)your look great, so cute little hearts.i haven't done anything for St. Valentines yet..shame. may be will do some today in the evening.

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  31. I bet that making hearts is the best stash busting way :)your look great, so cute little hearts.i haven't done anything for St. Valentines yet..shame. may be will do some today in the evening.

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  32. I love the dual colour heart very pretty.
    Briony
    x

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  33. Very sweet hearts Tammy.
    Hugs to you,
    Meredith

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  34. What cute hearts and the shades of blue with cream look so pretty together.
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/

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  35. your hearts are SO sweet! and all ready for valentines day?

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  36. Love the little crocheted hearts, Tammy! :)
    Hope you have a beautiful week!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  37. I really love your hearts-especially the pink and brown together

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  38. The hearts are pretty. I like the two-toned one in the first photo.

    Glad you enjoyed a nice weekend. Mine was good too except the hours seemed to fly by way too quickly.

    I did capture some beautiful photographs with my 300 mm lens of robins feasting on berries in our yard and yes, I posted them on the blog. :)

    Happy new week,
    Linda

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  39. Your stash busting wee hearts are so very very pretty with the multi-color yarns. Love them all. Hugs Judy

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  40. So many pretty little hearts and so much colourful yarn! I started knitting a scarf....4 years ago....it's still sitting in my side drawer of my bed stand. LOL! Perhaps some day I will finish it!
    Have a happy week!
    xo Catherine

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  41. HI TAMMY,
    LOVE YOUR HEARTS, THEY ARE SO ADORABLE....YOU SURE HAVE SOME STASH.
    PRETTY COLORS TOO.....HAVE A GREAT WEEK MY FRIEND....RIZZI

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  42. A lovely mix of colours for the new blanket. I love the hearts too and the colours you've used on them. Joan

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  43. Love the hearts and such pretty colors for the blanket! I like to roll balls of yarn while watching a movie or TV.

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  44. So very beautiful..your hearts are super enchanting and full of beauty and magic!
    Victoria

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  45. loving the hearts! you know me and hearts im addicted to all things hearts

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  46. I loved these little hearts !And the colours are so beautiful ! You are very talented Tammy !

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  47. The hearts are so cute and I love the chocolate and strawberry colors together. What a great stash buster. I like my yarn in balls too.

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