Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Whether the Weather

A finished product here - I think it is the cold windy rainy weather that makes me want to work with wool. This is a new home for my crotchet hooks
I just happened to have the perfect fabric in my stash for the inside
I went to a Woollen Mill last week and bought some off cuts. I am putting together 2 cushions which I'm sure my 2 pussy cats will be happy about.
. . . and Deborah passed on this lovely knowledge and I am . . .
HOOKED!
sorry, couldn't help myself with that one!

14 comments:

Diane said...

I love all the colours!

Sue B said...

Great crochet hook holder, and I love the colours., I have not crocheted in years, may have to give this another go.

Thimbleanna said...

You know....I think that's the first crochet hook holder I've seen made from yarn on the outside -- how perfect is that? I love the colors!

Muddling Through said...

Yay for you, Annie! That is a PERFECT hook holder. I've never seen one I like better. Your crocheted medallions are mighty pretty, too!

Calidore said...

It's defiantely the weather for crocheting. Love the hook holder and the fabric inside it is the perfect match. Well done.

Jan said...

Lovely stuff as always, Annie. Shall we just call you the Happy Hooker??

Leanne said...

Great finishes. I thing it would be deadlybif I lived near the woolen mill, those off cut look great to play with. What spoilt cats you have.

Creative disorganization said...

LUUUUUUV it,
Cheer nic

Ozjane said...

Lovely cover for the crochet hooks. Am very impressed. I suspect mine are in a covered milk carton...sad!

Allyson said...

I love that crochet holder! I tried one for myself when I first started crocheting. Alas I was too impatient to measure the lining and there it sits waiting for me to do it again!!

I adore the colours, inside and out, in yours :)

THe Hexies are fun aren't they? That looks like the Attic24 pattern. I hope you're joining as you go! (she's got a tute on how to if you don't already know)

Bren said...

And hook case and hexagons are even more beautiful in the flesh!! Great seeing you this weekend Annie!

Faeryfay said...

I love that little purse! Gorgeous!

Kentish Keg-Meg said...

Love your new home for your crochet hooks.

Jenny said...

Hi Annie
Love your hooky holder and you have inspired me to get out my unfinished hexagons. I remember they are good fun to join as you go. Everything is fine with me but very slow on the crafty side. Hope you are well :)