Sunday, April 14, 2013

Sunday Stash Busting: Two By Two

It's a good thing there was no Punto yarn to be found at the craft store last week.
The cotton bits I've gathered together have taken me further than I expected in the stash busting process.
There's now a total of 26 of these kitchen lovelies.
Pattern can be found here.
They can be used as doilies or coasters or dishcloths.
Today it was back to school and boy did the day go fast.

Have a great day!

47 comments:

The Garden Bell - Kate said...

Wow. Look at all that color and look at all that fun. You are making me want to find my hook again.

Vicki Boster said...

Oh my gosh!! Look at all those gorgeous colors!! Your stash busting is lending itself to amazing creations!!
These are so beautiful Tammy!
Xoxo
Vicki

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Wow, you are making very good use of your bits of yarn!
Hugs,
Mariette

Serena Lewis said...

WOW...you have been busy! They look fantastic, Tammy! xo

Mereknits said...

Wow, Tammy you have made so many of them and they are all so wonderful. They will be perfect gifts.
Hugs to you,
Meredith

Ali said...

Wow Tammy they look great - itsn't it amazing what beautiful creations you can make with a seemingly unglamourous leftovers!
Ali x

Mistea said...

That sure is a stack of kitchen loveliness. Nice work on that stash.

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Wow, you have been super busy!

Thanks for the link! :)

Blessings always friend.

LuLu Kellogg said...

Oh tammy....I love all these colors! They make me happy!

LuLu~*xoxo

Susan said...

My GOSH, Tammy. Those are awesome. Strung all together, they'd make a fabulous quilt or colorful wallhanging! Fabulous job! Susan

Kit said...

Wow! Love all the colors. Kit

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tammy,

always such a good feeling using up your stash and I love all the pretty colours of your cloths.

Happy week
hugs
Carolyn

glor said...

Look at all those coasters, etc. They are so pretty! I love when I find something that can use up the stash and especially the leftover of skeins. Thanks for providing the link to the pattern. Have a lovely day.

Betsy said...

My goodness you have been busy Tammy! I'm so glad you found such a beautiful way to use your stash.
Blessings,
Betsy

Ana BC said...

You had a nice collection of cotton bits...and now of beautiful coasters. Well done!!!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I bet you could crochet all those together and make an afghan as well. They are so pretty!

La Tea Dah said...

My oh my --- you are fast!!!!! Beautiful stash busting pretties, for sure!

Dagmar said...

Amazing, will try that pattern, you have made a huge dent in your stash, don't you find the rhythm of crocheting just so relaxing..Happy first week back to school for you Tammy..Have a good one..when is school finished for the year for you?
xo

Astri said...

What a great stash-buster. You are gung-ho Tammy! GOod work. :-)

Lori ann said...

those are really pretty tammy! wouldn't they look lovely strung like a flag banner too!

Derya Kuzusu said...

Have a good week Tammy :) looks great, I really like braids much, I love this work, happy days ..

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

Hello Tammy, great job with all those very pretty kitchen lovelies. Your fingers have been very busy... Have a great week. Hugs Judy

Debi Y. said...

Oooooh - I love them all. :)

Peggy Jones said...

After I finish my two afghans for my grands graduation gifts I am planning on doing some stash busting. What a great job and so colorful.
QMM

linda said...

They are beautiful Tammy so many lovely colour combinations :)

Aishwarya said...

HiTammy

The stack of doilies looks pretty. You have real patience. To create 26 of the same design isn't possible unless you like doing it! Good to see that you achieved so much during your break and made good use of every bit!!

Helen Philipps said...

These are lovely, Tammy! When I finish my current project I am going to make some too!
Wishing you a happy week! Helen x

Kristen said...

What a lovely stack of colorful goodness! :)

by Teresa said...

You are simply amazing.. you make so many things! Come over and see my tulip photos if you have a bit of time. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

September Violets said...

Isn't it great to make a box of odd bits of yarn into something so pretty and useful to boot! Such a wonderful array of colours too! Wendy

Sam I Am...... said...

You must be the Queen of Stash Busting! Look at all those and so pretty...all of them! How long did it take you to make 26 of them. Thanks for the pattern as I love the design!

Cheryl said...

I destashed my yarn faster than fast. I loaded up 4 HUGE bags of yarn and gave them away lol
big hugs,
Cheryl

June said...

You are making a dent in it that's for sure Tammy :) I love these! LOVE!!!!
sending hugs...

TACIStudio said...

So cute... It's fun when u can turn a basket of left over yarn into something so pretty! Great project :)

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Love the color combinations you came up with! I especially think the blue/white/tan combo is lovely! so pretty!

koralee said...

What fun...you have done a lovely job...the colours are amazing. Hope you are having a great week so far. xo

Sharon said...

I would have a hard time using those gorgeous pieces as wash cloths. You are really making a dent in your stash.

Hindustanka said...

so many coasters!great job and worked so fast. i like how you combined different colors and made sets of two, will be great for a kitchen or a dining table!
here it is so hot and yesterday we felt a tremor in our city. What about Kuwait? did you feel earthquake waves there too? are you okay?
Hugs!

Quinn said...

So much variety and I love the many colors! My palette tends to be very limited, and I admire knitters who really play with color :)

By the way, I discovered this morning that I have been missing blog posts from many of my favorite bloggers (including you) because a couple of weeks ago I started to shift from Google Reader then got distracted by other events and forgot. Working on it today, though, so I hope I'll get caught up and not miss any of your posts in future!!

Quinn said...

And I should have said "crocheters and knitters"!

Elna said...

Nice work and a very good idea.

Hugs

Country Maison (Eva) said...

These are lovely ! And they look like fun to make.
Just returning your visit over to my blog last month, so sorry it took me so long. I'm now catching up !

Good to have found your blog,
xEva

Ana said...

Since I've haven't been feeling well and haven't been feeling like doing much of anything...but since I can't really sit still for too long I've been crocheting and knitting a lot. Mostly sweaters for my dolls. It's been fun and it has helped me pass the time while I am on the mend. Looks like your little fingers have been busy crocheting too. Your kitchen lovelies are well, lovely :-) wishing you a wonderful day.

Hugs,
❤Ana

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

They. are. beautiful!!! I'm imagining them joined in a colorful afghan!! LOVE the colors. blessings ~ tanna

Catherine said...

Tammy you are always creating lots of lovely crochet things. It looks like you're doing well with your stash busting:)

pembrokeshire lass said...

Hi Tammy. Sorry that I haven't visited for so long. I've missed you all! I really enjoyed today's post. I too, have an awful lot of bits of wool'. What a good idea! When I was in hospital last year I took some wool to crochet and have made quite a lot of hexagons. I don't quite know what do with them!
Loved your mix of colours too. I must have a look at your patterns!
Thanks a lot. Joan

Patty said...

I love your Stash Buster projects. I haven't been back to crocheting for very long so I don't have much yarn to play with.

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