Friday, June 15, 2007

Happy times

I have been in love with this yellow little thing! It has been almost impossible to put it down at all and it is almost done. Maybe tomorrow or the day after I can bring you the details... but now I will go and embroider a few more little flowers so you have to excuse me!
But this is not all --- I have really been having good and happy times in more ways than one, go see Jo's blog!

20 comments:

  1. How cute flowers! I'm looking forward to see it all! And what a beautiful picture on Jo's blog - you look so happy, both of you.

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  2. Lene - I am so happy that you and Jo got together. Isn't she just the nicest and dearest person to share time with?
    Is that little project - looks like a nice bag - made from the yarn you dyed with the birch leaves?

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  3. I did read Jo's blog. The pair of you look so cute and happy together. I'm glad you had such a good time.

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  4. The flowers are so cute.I love them

    This are so beautiful pictures. You and Jo looks so happy.

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  5. Whatever your little yellow thing is...it's a beauty, love the little posies sprinkled about.
    I'm off to read about your adventure with Jo right now!

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  6. Great! How lovely for you both.

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  7. How lovely to knit with a friend and have that fabulous view!

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  8. marjorie23:17

    It looks as though you two were having so much fun, I wish I had been there too, and I'm sure all your other readers would agree with me! Can you imagine if we all got together at your place? I wonder how much knitting we would actually get done? I'm curious about your little yellow thing. Can't wait to see what it is.

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  9. Do you and Jo have any idea how jealous I am that I was not there with you??? You look like girls, happy girls, chatting away on the porch of a summer cabin in the woods, sharing little secrets. I have always looked at happiness not as a permanent state, but a series of wonderful vignettes, like pearls, which you collect and string together to make a lovely necklace, a thing of great beauty. These moments were obviously another pearl to be added.

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  10. Oh, I wish I could have been there too! :-)

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  11. Toni K.00:21

    I can't wait to see the rest of the garment (?). The flowers are so pretty and it looks like you had a great visit.

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  12. I am so delighted for you. What a wonderful gift for both of you to have the chance to spend time nurturing your friendship. It's the the dearest thing in the world to have a friend come visit! You and Jo look like heart sisters.

    Eagerly awaiting to see the complete "little yellow thing".

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  13. That yellow thing is so CUTE! You two seem to have kindred spirits. very nice.

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  14. What a great visite.

    Now I'm very curous....what can it be?????
    Ulla in the north of Sweden

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  15. The grren project looks lovely, and how nice for you and your friend to get together. It looked a fun time!

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  16. That looks adorable!

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  17. How nice that you and Jo had a chance to get together. What fun!

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  18. Looks like you knitted and fulled and embroidered your birch leaf yellow yarn already - can't imagine what it could be!

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  19. Oh!!!!!!! I love the flowers added! I made one of those FMB's and LOVED it!! I was so fun to felt it and wash it, and watch what it became. Can you put a close up of a flower and the how- to of it? I am so ready to knit another one. Mine is purple...

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