Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Picking up something old



I'm just a girl with a million projects going on at once. You know that type of girl don't you? It is fun to start projects but not so practical to have so many going on at once... They tend to be put away and forgotten and sometimes they never get finished. So instead of starting on something new after my latest Scrappy Happy V-stitch Blanket pattern release, I decided to pick up something old.

I chose my Maybelle Flowers. And I'm in love. Again. They work up so quickly. They are so pretty. And they are so much fun to make. And it is the perfect time of the year to work with my Tilda yarn and colorful spring colors. I'm going to join them and make a baby blanket. That is my plan. I almost got 36 flowers now. I'm making  a grand pile of beautiful crochet flowers today.

NOTE:
Maybelle Flower Photo Tutorial can be found here.
Written original Maybelle Flower Pattern can be found here.
Maybelle Square Photo Tutorial and pattern can be found here.
How to join Maybelle Squares tips can be found here.




Kärlek
Annette


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14 comments :

  1. Прекрасные цветы. Я в них влюбилась и связала скатерть.
    http://natalushka34.blogspot.ru/2015/10/blog-post_27.html
    Большое вам спасибо.

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  2. This is going to be a very beautiful baby blanket!

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  3. Believe me, you are not the only one to have far too many project on the go. I have just discovered your Maybelle flowers and am using those to make my next Sunshine blanket for the elderly (my charity project for this year is to try and make twelve of these blankets). xx

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  4. Hey Annette,
    I'm familiar with this girl you're talking about. I see her everytime I look in the mirror haha. It's a great project, all those beautiful flowers. I also want to finish some of my projects, because there are a lot of them. haha. Have a nice evening.

    Sweet greetings,
    Emily
    (casacreaemilia.blogspot.nl)

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  5. How very lovely. I can s-o relate! lol I'm trying hard this year to not start so many projects without finishing some too.

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  6. Dear Annette, your pictures are so bright and happy. Never mind that you have too many projects :) Jolana

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  7. Love, love, love those beautifully happy flowers. The perfect remedy for the gray days of winter.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  8. So sweet..a beautiful blanket for a beautiful baby..it always feels like springtime when a baby arrives, no matter what the season. xo susie

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  9. Well done to pick up an old project! I know exactly what you mean, I'm now making 2 blankets, a scarf and some little projects at the same time. Not going very fast...
    I'm looking forward to your baby blanket, I love the colors of those flowers!
    Have a nice day, Sigrid

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  10. Love these beautiful flowers and can't wait to to incorporate them in a project.....oh wait I'm going to have to, I already have too many things on the go.....so glad there are so many of you to keep me company x

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  11. My mood is getting really better seeing these flowers!Like spring or summer!

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  12. Just popped in for a short visit and I ALWAYS land up taking FAR too long looking at your beautiful projects. Thank you so much for sharing your patterns and lovely ideas.

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  13. Those little flowers are so sweet and I love your colours! I am glad I can say I am very good with projects and I never seem to have more than two on the go at any time. I will have bits and bobs stashed somewhere destined to be unravelled. Sometimes it is nice to rekindle your love for an old project!

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  14. what a beautiful blog, let me now pass often.
    Sunny greetings
    Antje

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Kärlek
Annette

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