Sunday, August 24, 2014

Stashbusting Sunday: A Week of Makes

In addition to the wonky baskets I posted about this past week ...
same pattern (found here), different result ...
 I also crocheted some regular square dishcloths; daisy wheel dishcloths; tea light holders; and a jar jacket.
I made flowers using this pattern from The Lazy Hobbyhopper.
 Made a cardboard loom and tried my hand at making a tiny little rustic weaving. (It now hangs proudly on the wall of our tv room from a little stick I picked up from my walks.)
 And Susan, this photo is for you ... crocheted decorations for the window that I sit by every day.  So much nicer than looking at a dirty window.
 More stashbusting projects can be found at Linda's Crafty Corner.

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Have a super Sunday!

21 comments:

Amy at love made my home said...

Wow, you have been busy!!! Lots of lovely things. xx

Mereknits said...

Funny I just wrote about making the basket and included you in my post then I catch up on my blog reading and here you have posted about them. I used to hang all sorts of crochet flowers in my window in the summer and snowflakes near the Holidays, just to make me feel like ti was snowing.
Hugs to you,
Merediht

Little Treasures said...

There were so many weaving projects shared through the net I promised myself I am going to make one (still on the list :) - yours is great! I love the colors you chose for it; and I certainly mustn't forget the flowers. What a delight!

Lorrie said...

My daughter has been creating crocheting baskets recently. What a great idea for organizing things. Pretty and functional. You've been busy with great results.

kathyinozarks said...

Oh I love all your creations! our creativity keeps us going-hugs

girlunwinding said...

It's all just so wonderful. I especially love the baskets, they come in handy for so many things.
~Dawn

Dagmar said...

Love seeing all the craftiness you display! Great that you have been able to find time to craft., especially now that you are back working! Have a great week Tammy!
Xo

June said...

I love seeing the things you make T.
I must be soothing to sit and crochet something wonderful for the home. You make me want to try it again!
I hope you have a really great week Tammy!
hugs from here...

podso said...

I like your window hangings! And your bowls are looking good!

Diane said...

You are such a prolific crocheter. I love the red of the basket in the first shot. Have a good week. Diane

Debi Y. said...

You've crocheted a lot of pretty projects this week. They're all very nice. :)

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Oh my, you have been really at it wich your crochet hook and even a little weaving. Love to see it hanging from its little stick.
Enjoy the coming days.
Hugs,
Mariette

Betsy said...

Goodness ! You have been a busy lady. Love the baskets and really like the tea light idea and the flowers in the window. I think I would hang them in the middle of winter to remind me that spring-and flowers, will arrive again.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Blessings,
Betsy

Teresa Kasner said...

Wow, you are a power crocheter if ever there was one! I'm working on a silly Angry Bird Cardinal. My little grandsons are happy about me making one for them. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Patricia Lewis said...

Love them all :)) you have been having a lot of fun.. :))

Hindustanka said...

Hi Tammy!
What lovely things You made! I absolutely love those baskets, and a little hand loom on the wall :)
Have a wonderful day!
Hugs!

Linda said...

I don't know anyone who crochets as much as you! :) You could have a shop!! ♥

We spent our weekend - Friday afternoon with my daughter taking care of last minute University stuff and going with her while she got her 3rd (and she says - final) tattoo. I LOVE creative, artistic people who are not like everyone else. :)

Saturday, usual lunch out with daughter and husband, followed by exploring a photography exhibit entitled "The Bare Project" featuring people of various ages and genders in their rawest form to promote positive body image (it's an exhibit by some of Sarah's friends).

Sunday, was spent relaxing in our swimming pool while daughter ventured out to the University Quad day to join clubs.

Now a hopefully quick week before our 3-day Labor Day weekend. Hope your week goes wonderfully :)
Linda

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

You are really going to town with your crochet. I want to find a tea light cover pattern as I saw some other ones and thought what a nice present to give with a little tea light in it and maybe some tea to go with it to complete the theme...Ha! Ha!
Your baskets are great too!

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

P.S. I REALLY love your weaving and your flowers hanging in the window!

Melanie said...

You're always so busy and creative! Love the bowls.

Vicki Boster said...

Oh my gosh-- your baskets are gorgeous!!!!! If only I could crochet! I'd fill my house with those beautiful baskets. I think there is nothing you can not do:)
Vicki

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