Monday, February 27, 2017

Pink Snow Flurry and a Thank You

Doilies are flying off my hook here.


I wish the pink would have shown up as well in the finished pictures.

Blocking


I really like this doily. It was different.

This is the book the pattern is in.
December's Snow Flurry Doily.
I used Aunt Lydia's Orchid Pink and a 175 mm hook.
Mine blocked to 18 inches.

How y'all doin?



I got a package in the mail today anonymously with four skeins of yarn in it. THANK YOU, whoever you are! So very sweet of you! I've already been on Ravelry looking at patterns I can make with it. To know someone was thinking of me made my day. It wasn't a little thing. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

♥ Peace, Sistahs ♥


14 comments:

  1. I love your doily and it looks beautiful with the pink dish. How nice to get anonymous yarn in the mail! You are loved.

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  2. Pretty pretty pretty doiley. Your crochet is amazing. I got a 1.75 soft touch hook in the mail today (along with 7 balls of yarn and 100 T pins) from Wool Warehouse in UK. Not sure what I'm going to use it on but maybe one day I'll try a doily. Its been a long time. Ollie is still looking as cute as a button. Wish I could give him a cuddle. Xox

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  3. Gosh I like that doily Pammy Sue. It's beautiful. What a nice surprise to get in the mail. Yarn makes the best gift.
    Blessings, Beth

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  4. More beautiful doilies Pammy Sue.

    Linda

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  5. You lucky thing, how nice to get such a lovely gift in the mail, love the doily so pretty. :) xx

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  6. Your yarn fairy is an angel!! I know you will create something beautiful with her (or his) gift!! Beautiful doily AGAIN! You are on a roll, Pammy Sue. I've been slacking with any kind of yarn business. Arrrggghhh.. The spring fever has taken me over. LOL! Have a wonderful day. blessings and hugs ~ tanna

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  7. Love your doily! I have that book. I'll have to revisit it for some new ideas on doilies to make!
    Have a great day! Linda

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  8. those are breathtaking! You really made a lot of picot stitches, didn't you? I have that book, but I haven't made that pattern yet.

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  9. Such beautiful doilies! :) Gosh, that was so sweet of someone to send you yarn. I can't wait to see what you make with it. :) ((hugs))

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  10. Hey Scotty, this is looking like tatting :) ha ha ha
    very beautiful work as usual!

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  11. Your doilies are so beautiful and look so complicated to make. You are very talented and smart.

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  12. I admire your skill for making doilies and all of the other things you've crocheted.
    Would love to see what the "Yarn Fairy" sent you.
    I must say the last photo is melting my heart into a puddle.
    Hugs to you, Ken and all of the little's! ❤️

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  13. This is such a lovely doily!

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  14. Awesome,very striking and such delicate work! Wow! yarn as an anonymous gift ...lucky you ...what a wonderful surprise.

    keep well

    Amanda x

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