Wednesday, April 27, 2016


I just have a row or two left, all I need is to find some suitable doublepoint needles. Then it'll be time to start the second part. Not much time for crafting this week with this and that going on. I can't believe I've been mowing the grass for three weeks already as it's only the end of April. Keeping my fingers crossed this week's linking will be less adventurous than last week : D.

Head over to Julia's Stamping Ground for a gander at more crafting spaces.


Princess Judy Palmer said...

Where we moved to has a big yard (that is just dirt and rock) people keep asking us if we will be planting grass. Um... no. We'd have to water it (and at the proper times to avoid sunburning it) and then cut it. That doesn't sound like fun at all. And see, you've just proved that to us again. We'd have to cut it almost all year round!

Enough of me, it's all bout you and this totally fun teapot cozy! Totally nifty. I hope you find the needles and get it finished off soon! PJ & Dio #57

glitterandglue said...

A great teapot cover - looks good, and will keep the tea warm a real treat!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #2

Claire Grantham said...

Ooh I love this. Especially the colour. Where do you live that it is so lovely that you have to mow the grass...The weather is blah here in NYC and in London (I am backwards and forwards every 6 weeks) last week it was downright depressingly cold and wet. Cx #50

Diane Futrell said...

cute knitting. I hate cutting the grass...I did it a couple weeks ago and my allergies went wild. And that's why it will be another 14 years before I cut it again!
Have a great day.
Diane - WOYWW #36

Susanne said...

What a lovely rich warm color! Have a crafty week! Susanne #38

Kelly said...

Turned out great! nice and warm and cozy. Creative Blessings! Kelly #52