Saturday, April 13, 2013

Crochet heart and I think... spring is here!


I heart you all! I heart all your sweet comments on my last post. I heart my Gypsy blanket. I heart my Tilda yarn. I heart my crochet hook. I heart my new Pretty Little Crochet Heart pattern. I hope I have a tutorial ready for you with this new pattern in a couple of days. They are highly addictive... The hearts in teh top photo are made by Nelly Bo... She can't stop making them. :D I heart Nelly Bo.

I have made hearts on a string for my door handle. I actually gave this handle garland away last night to Mme Debonneville that finally has come back from hospital. She is back. And I mean she is back being the Mme Debonneville she used to be. She is small as a bird, a bit cracked up and fragile but I can see the light in her eyes again. She wants to put a perm in her hair to look more pretty. Isn't that so sweet? She has hope for living another spring, to see the garden grow for another summer, to see fall come and then next winter. She will live for  a while longer and we are so pleased to have her back next door. I heart Mme Debonneville.

And believe it or not. Forecast says sun and up to 20˙C this weekend. I am preparing for some pottering around in my garden, crochet and just hanging out outside. Lunch outside. Coffee outside. Sunshine on my nose outside. I heart the sun.

Thank you all for the feed back on my Gypsy blanket. The messages I have received through all social media in cyber world are way to many for me to reply to in person. But seriously, every little word has made so incredibly happy. Thank you all.

Happy weekend.

Kärlek
Annette

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29 comments :

  1. I just love the look of that yarn!! We should get together and crochet sometime ;-)
    Esther.

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  2. I have read your post about your the old lady. So glad that she is back and wants to see the garden growing for another year! A LOVE old ladies with sparkling eyes, I hope I 'll be the same at that age.....Spoil her!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. I heart your colourful blog too.....love those little hearts! :) x

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  4. Well then I heart your hearts! Well done to Nelly Bo - they look wonderful. Have a lovely time pottering in the garden - I was hoping to go and plant my blueberry bush but it's raining now :( Back to the crochet! Jane x

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  5. Jättesöta hjärtan du virkat. Vilken fin present till Mme Debonneville. Måste också berömma din fina pall med virkat överdrag! Jättesöt!
    Dessutom vill jag gratulera till din underbara Mormorsrutefilt! Vilket Jobb! Vilken skatt!
    Ha en bra dag!
    Kram Malin

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  6. Fantastic! Glad you're having some sunshine. My sis landed back in Eire today in the drab-est of weather - zero visibility, wet wet wet.

    Heart your hearts :-)

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  7. I am so glad your lovely neighbor is home, you must feel that all is right with the world. She is back where she is supposed to be, the sun is out and Spring is in the air.
    Hugs to you,
    Meredith

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  8. :) Looking forward to making some scrapbook embellishments! <3

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  9. Hi Annette! I'm glad that Mrs. Debonneville be very well, what joy so great! And hearts are beautiful, this week I'll do a few to celebrate St George's Day because in Catalonia we celebrate the day of love. Congratulations! Long live the spring and the sun!

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  10. I heart your gorgeous hearts. Cant't wait for the tutorial. Your blog is lovely.

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  11. I heart you and your blog! Can't wait until my yarn arrives. <3 <3 <3

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  12. Well how funny I was just thinking I should crochet more hearts!
    Just need more yarn..
    Love to you all and Mme Debonneville (great name)

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  13. how happy to hear about Mme Debonneville !!!!
    Hope the sun will warm you along the weekend,
    xxx Ale

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  14. I have made oodles of the Maybelle flowers. LOVE them! I made Attic24's puffed hearts with roses like crazy in February. I have also made the little hearts like your daughter is making too. So fun. I am thinking I will string some flowers and hearts together for a bunting in my sewing room.
    Enjoy the sun!!
    xo Kris

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  15. Such pretty hearts, they look adorable! I'm so glad to hear that your lovely neighbour is better and home again, that is such good news.
    I heart you wonderful gypsy blanket too! Enjoy your spring garden pottering and have a lovely weekend.
    Helen x

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  16. Very lovely hearts, I heart them. I have been enoying making your flowers whilst on hols and Im looking forward to trying these. Have a lovelyy weekend. Hannapat

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  17. Oh I love those hearts, and I love the way the look hanging on your door :)

    Have a great time outside!

    Lluisa x

    http://spinningyarn74.blogspot.com.es/

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  18. Those hearts are super cute - but I'm drooling over that stool cover! Hmmmm.....I'm thinking I can whip one up in those yummy colors!

    I'm so happy that Mme Debonneville is home and doing so well! Give her my best please!

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  19. Beautiful hearts! I adore the colours xxx

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  20. What a beautiful blog...I'm so glad I found you. I found you through Kris's blg. Love the flowers and the hearts.

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  21. I love the hearts. Very bright and cheerful. So well done.


    Sophia

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  22. I'm so happy to hear Mme debonneville is fine .since you'r post about her accident i always thought about her .i love you'r hearts!i love life ,I love you'r blog .xo zohreh

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  23. Fiquei muito feliz em conhecer o seu blog ,pois sou apaixonada por crochês de todas as formas!!! Me visite:http://algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br/
    Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!

    Obrigada.

    Beijos Marie.

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  24. How did you create the door hanger? Thanks!

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    1. Hi
      I'm not sure if I can remember. I think I just made a chain of stitches from the top heart, attaching in the middle of the heart, cutting thread and fastening off. Then making a chain of stitches from the point of the heart attaching to the top of the next heart, cutting thread and fastening off etc.
      Hope this was helpful.
      Xxx

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Kärlek
Annette

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