Two weeks ago I told you a bit about a new crochet project I have started. I hoped to show you the result today, but it is more work than I anticipated. My flower patch needs a bit more time :-)
I enjoy working with the colourful cotton yarn I chose. To me it's the perfect way to bridge the gap between autumn and spring. Not missing the flowers in my garden too much. I chose pinks, oranges, red and yellow, which combine beautifully. It's kind of addictive working on tiny rosebuds, daisies and even some zinnia's and ranunculus.
What I should be doing is to empty the cupboards and drawers in my kitchen, but my crochet work is much more fun! On Wednesday my old kitchen will be removed, to make room for a new one which will be installed the week before Christmas. Hope all goes well. If not I will have to fetch a Chinese or Italian take away for my guests on Christmas day :-) Once the kitchen is finished, I will show you how it looks like. That will probably be somewhere at the beginning of February. Please wish me luck. It will be terribly messy in my house the coming weeks.
Next week I start decorating from Christmas. I hope I can show you some photo's next week.
Happy new week!
* The flower patterns all come from the internet and the book by Claire Crompton - 200 crochet flowers and embellishments