Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Day Twenty Two

In keeping with this weeks rather snowy theme, I've been crocheting snowflakes (following Attic 24's tutorial). Not only do they look good as gift tags, I've also been combining them...

with the felt balls that I made on Friday...

to create a garland for my hallway. A bit like festive bunting really!

17 comments:

  1. looks absolutely amazing! Wishing you a very merry christmas :)

    Amelia.x

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  2. Looks lovely, I might give that a go for next year.

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  3. Oh how pretty - Happy Christmas xx

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  4. the cutest garland!!

    Merry Christmas Gina.

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  5. Now that is some seriously cool bunting...

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  6. Still in state of total, utter, disorganisation [nothing new]. If you have any spares of these, I know just the Nan to take them off your hands!

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  7. Gina, this starry garland is very festive! I agree with you that Lucy posts very fine tutorials that are easy to absorb.

    xo

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  8. Can I say great minds think alike? ;-) Yours is lovely, I like the white with the colourful felt balls. Happy Christmas!

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  9. They are lovely! Do you know I've a ball of white pearly yarn sitting beside me on the sofa for exactly the same purpose. It's also on the 'to do' list!!!
    Vivienne x

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  10. What a great idea Gina, and they don't look nearly so chilly as the real thing!

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  11. That's the loveliest Christmas 'bunting' I've seen Gina. Just lovely.

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  12. Love the graland, I was never that proficient with a crochet hook. Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a Creative New Year!

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  13. Lovely garland. As for the rest of your posts ... I shall be back to enjoy them when I actually get a few moments to sit down properly and savour them. The whole of December has been a mad rush!

    I hope you have a lovely Christmas and a very happy New Year

    Love
    Carolyn

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