07 March 2012

WIP Wednesday

I've not really got much time this week for a proper WIP run-down.   So here's a long-term WIP, of the non-quilting kind


59 done - heaven only knows how many to do - three or 4 times more probably.   And then sewing together and sewing in the ends.  A few more years yet at the rate they get done!






I'm linking up to WIP Wednesday - I hope Lee doesn't mind it's not sewing!

22 comments:

  1. They are lovely and it's still crafting ;-)

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  2. OOOOh I love African flowers. I've made about ohhhhhhh 6, lol. I stopped crocheting when I started doing more quilting. You should keep going they look so bright and cheerful.

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  3. They look wonderful all laid out together. Sewing in ends sucks though! It would take me several years to get a project like this done so I think you are on schedule.

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  4. These are amazing and will be worth the time it takes. And, they are a portable craft project!

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  5. OOOh lovely! They should keep you out of mischief for a while!!

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  6. I love your African flowers and their bright colors. Gorgeous! What will you be making out of all of them? I may have to take them with me on vacation next week.

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  7. I love the colours reminds me of a whole lot od cactus flowers, or maybe some of those corals that you see on the nature programmes x

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  8. These are so pretty. I love the colors and like Susan says, the weaving in the ends of the yarn will take almost as long as crocheting the flowers. But, it's a great project for travel and will end in a beautiful afghan!

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  9. Love them! Are they the African Flower Hexagons? If not, what pattern are they?

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  10. Stunning! These will eventually become one stellar blanket. Good going at chipping away at them (my crochet projects invariably fall by the wayside)

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  11. Squeal! ...they are utterly gorgeous. If you get a blanket made and decided you dont love it - you can always send it to me !

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  12. It's the final finishing of sewing ends in that always does for me, I just want to be DONE then lol Have fun with them, fab colours :o)

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  13. Beautiful! I love how each one is so pretty individually and how they are stunning together. Peggy

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  14. GORGEOUS!! We have three blankets my nan made for us, so warm and snuggly :) I love all the colours together!

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  15. Beautiful colors! This is going to be great when its done! :)

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  16. So beautiful and happy collection!

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  17. ah these are lookin fab di :-)

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  18. they are gorgeous love all the colours that you are using !!what yarn (size) and hook i have told a friend i will teach her crochet and it is years since i did it but these look fab !!

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  19. I love these! If you sew them together as you go, you can cuddle under the wip as you add to it - just saying.

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