Sunday, August 10, 2014

Stashbusting Sunday: Leftover Cotton

After being away for a month, there is much cleaning to do around here.
But in between cleaning sprees, I am making time to get in a bit of stashbusting.




Quick and easy projects that don't take a lot of thought.
After all, I did find a lovely yarn shop in Denver that required the purchase of new cotton.
Summer stashbusting is happening at Linda's Crafty Corner.
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Have a super Sunday.

30 comments:

Patty Antle said...

The round ones at the top are especially pretty. All are such sweet projects.

Linda said...

Happy day to you and your stashbusting :)

I don't do any projects of that kind, but my projects are gardening/keeping our yard beautiful, planning the next big get-together at our house and paying attention to details. We just hosted a beautiful party yesterday. Today is our 12th Wedding Anniversary so we're celebrating again and I'm envisioning this afternoon's photo shoot of just the two of us, something I've been embarking on for the past many years, an annual tradition. :)

Only one week left here until all of the students are back at the University and Sarah begins her college classes.

Hope you have a good week,
Linda

kathyinozarks said...

Good morning, I love how you stash bust-hugs

faith76 said...

Great stashbusting projects !

linda said...

Welcome back home Tammy and go easy with the cleaning it's not good for you haha, love your stash-busting makes. xx

Amy at love made my home said...

What fabulous stash busting, especially the mandala's in the first picture! xx

Mereknits said...

Vacation yarn does not count as a real yarn purchase, I was told that a while back while on a yarn diet and it made perfect sense to me.
Love all your projects.
Meredith

girlunwinding said...

I love all the stash busting you are doing and you are right. It is mandatory to buy yarn when visiting a yarn shop. One might be thought of as snobbish is one doesn't, ;-)
~Dawn

Rostrose said...

You know I love you crochetting-artwork, dearest Tammy! (I hope you got my email - it's such a nice gift!)
Warm hugs, my dear, Traude
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Betsy said...

Stash busting is SO MUCH more I portant, (and fun) than cleaning. :-). I love your pretty projects. You're really fast! Welcome Home!
Blessings,
Betsy

Helen Philipps said...

Love your sweet new stash busting projects, Tammy! You have some lovely colours in there. Lovely to see you back again too :)
Happy week ahead.
Helen xox

Thistle Cove Farm said...

lovely stash busting but wish you'd explain, very simply -grin-, how to crochet a round circle. mine are never circles, they go kattywompus.

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

I love your round ones....are they coasters or doilies? There's a lot of free patterns out there now for mandelas that I want to make and use as doilies.
I haven't been gone a month but my place still needs cleaning!
And you know how much I love your dish cloths!
Glad you got home safe and sound.

crafty cat corner said...

I love the multi colour yarn, so often the colours are a long way apart on the ball but this looks lovely.
Briony
x

Acorn to Oak said...

Looks like you're having lots of fun! Great job on the stash-busting. Your projects are great! Thanks for sharing about the stash-buster party. I just joined in on the fun. :-) I'll be excited to see the yarn you bought in Colorado.

Lorrie said...

Stash busting looks very pretty the way you do it. Love the dishcloths and pretty flowers.

Home Meadows said...

Great projects Tammy. Sounds like you are getting a lot accomplished on the crochet front and home front. Take care, Heather

Dee said...

The round ones at the top are a very pretty color combo.

The shop you pictured looks like they have a good choice of yarns.

Welcome back home. Hope you had a great vacation.

Lori ann said...

oh wow! those all look like very useful things you are making too, as well as very pretty! i brought home so much wool... oh dear. have fun making! xo

Createology said...

Hi Tammy...I have been missing and am just now getting caught up. Your travels and visiting your son look like they were wonderful with great weather. Glad you are safely back home and crocheting such delightful destash pieces. Creative Crocheting Bliss...

Susan said...

Oh Tammy, lovely, lovely, lovely and colorful, too! Great job! Susan

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Oh isn't that always a punishment after coming home? We MUST catch up on so many things. But still it is worth it to go away and enjoy time off.
Glad you do find some precious crocheting minutes and that relaxes and is great therapy.
Hugs to you and enjoy!
Mariette

Mistea said...

Ooh, lots of fun stash busting at your house.
Little projects are fun, especially when you get to use all the colours.
That shop looks like it is full of temptation!
Enjoy your break

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

You've been busy, Tammy! I especially like the round ones. They look like flowers. Very pretty.
Have a great week!
Julia

Alessandra Poggiagliolmi said...

hi Tammy!!!!
I love your little projects!!!!
xxxx Ale

my cozy ❤ little space said...

nice blog i saw you thrue other bloggers...thanks for sharing!

Yarni Gras! said...

glad you had such fun! I love all the projects you worked on!!!

Mary said...

Your crocheting always makes me smile - everything is so very pretty Tammy.

Glad you're getting settled again - hard I know after being away for so long. I think of you often, especially as Kuwait has been mentioned in the news recently! Stay safe and know we care.

Hugs - Mary

joscreativityblog said...

Those are some pretty projects. Is the flower with a long tail a bookmark?

JoAnn
http://wgcreates.com/joscreativity

Mosaic Magpie said...

Love the round ones!!! Great colors!

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