Saturday, December 13, 2014

Stashbusting Saturday: Merry Making

There's a reason I've been MIA.
December is the season for get-togethers, gatherings, bazaars, etc.
 
It's also a time for holiday crafting and these purchases last Friday at the gift bazaar are what got my creative juices flowing.  
(A snowman sachet, Christmas coasters and holiday cookies.)
 This pretty beaded yarn has been in my stash for years and is finally being made up into a scarf.  Merry mandalas and tiny bowls have been crocheted and I finished another granny square basket.
 Snowflakes using a simple pattern from Sarah London can be used as ornaments and some have been sewn to the front of gift bags.
The gingerbread house is from ursulamarkgraf
 Christmas trees from The Royal Sisters
Santa from Dly's Hooks & Yarn 
Cup and saucer from Justjen-Knits & Stitches
Spiral Christmas tree from Planet M Files
Not sure where I got that last ornament design from as it is something handwritten in my notebook from last year.
 As you can see, Jingles is not phased by the merry making at all.
Linking to Linda's Crafty Corner for the stashbuster party.
Happy Holidays!

24 comments:

Little Treasures said...

You've been so busy making these beautiful things! Lovely!

Poppy said...

Lots of merry making, indeed! What colourful Christmas treasures! Lovely beaded yarn and your scarf, no doubt, will be very pretty. Jingles looks so comfy and cozy, nestled in all those wooly wonders!

Happy Christmas, Tammy!

x
Poppy

Alessandra Poggiagliolmi said...

so many lovely things!!!!!
your cat is gorgeous!!!!
xxxxxx Ale

Amy at love made my home said...

Lots of lovely making and crafting!! xx

Patty Antle said...

I love how you share your sweet projects and their sources. Especially love the little Santa you crocheted and the cup and saucer! Merry Christmas Tammy!

Kit said...

Oh that pic of your cat is gorgeous! The epitome of comfort and love. :) Love all your creations! Enjoy the season! Kit

Dagmar said...

Jingles looks so happy amongst all thT yarn..great stash busting! Happy happy weekend Tammy! :)

kathy b said...

Oh so many wonderful things to look at on your blog today. I love gingerbread men, they are so hard to make. I appreciate all the efforts in cut out cookies!

Kitty takes it all in stride. Im so glad.

Lorrie said...

You're the fastest crocheter I know - pretty merry making!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
You are such an active bee! December is a very busy month indeed. We are running out of time as well.
Such sweet little pieces you crocheted again; loved that cup & saucer!
Hugs and blessings,
Mariette

My cozy ✄ little space said...

i can see your just in the mood..lovely creations! i need to pick up my crochet work..when? dont now...busy with work...thanks for sharing blog friend...loves soraya

Mereknits said...

My goodness you have been busy with your Christmas makes, love them. Hope you are well.
Meredith

Melanie said...

Looks like Jingle at least enjoys sleeping in all your soft yarn!

Createology said...

I adore how Jingles is keeping your yarn safe and warm. Love all the little fun crochets. Reminds me of my Grandma and so many things she always crocheted and knitted. Stash Busting Joy...

Gracie Saylor said...

Cheers for all your good projects, Tammy! I need to finish crocheting an art bag for a ten year old, so I had best get busy! xx

Quinn said...

The holiday bazaars really put me in the Christmas Spirit! And Jingles looks so cozy sleeping there, but I bet if you try to remove that ball of yarn, the paw hangs onto it?
Thanks for weighing in on my garble window dilemma...so funny about the yogurt! Maybe we could do an international trade ;)

homeschooljewelrymom said...

Great stashbusting, Tammy! Congrats on all your pretty finishes.

Linda said...

WOW, you should be doing craft shows with all that you make!! : )

We had Christmas with our whole family yesterday here. My creation was creating another fantastic party scene within our small abode. ;)

Have a great week. I only work part of Tuesday - Friday and then back in early January. Looking forward to a much-needed break, as I know you are as well.

Merry Christmas,
Linda

September Violets said...

Looks like you're having a blast with all this Christmas crochet!! Very cute things :) Have a great week! Wendy x

Catherine said...

December is such a wonderful month for cookies and crafting! :)
And Jingles looks so darn sweet cozy in the Christmas things.
Wishing you a terrific week Tammy!
xo Catherine

Rostrose said...

Dearest Tammy, what a lot of pretty artwork! And the photo of Jingles is GREAT!!!
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Diane said...

Jingles has found herself a wonderful bed right in the middle of your yarn. She's so photogenic! Festive post, Tammy.

Sheila Rumney said...

Looks like you have been busy with holiday happenings! Love your crocheted treasures... just had to smile at Jingles napping through it all! Happy Holidays!

Yarni Gras! said...

Jingles........ah, the life of a happy cat! I love all the lovelies you've created!

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