Monday, January 5, 2015

First Project of 2015 and Another Stolen Treasure

 

So, I'm sticking with the simple and soothing plan for now (of crochet).  Plus, doing a little stash busting. 

 
The pattern is:   Bohemian Oasis
 

The yarn is from my stash:  Noro Silk Garden Sock

I'm still not sure what color or variety yarn I will use to connect them, but I'm enjoying the growing little pile of squares... might be worth the effort (minimal) just to see it grow.  ;)


Couldn't resist sharing another Stolen Treasure... This Little Lady is a Daddy's Girl!  And, she is most assuredly adored by the rest of us... even though we are chopped liver in comparison.  hee hee

Let the Projects begin... ;)

"Remember, ideas become things." ~ front of a notebook I have

blessings ~ tanna

16 comments:

podso said...

Sweet picture ... Does your heart good. Mine too. Oh the colors of your stash! There's a certain satisfaction in just piling them up.

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Love your pattern!! Can't wait to see it, love the turquoise in the first square. Crochet is so fun!!

Kerin said...

Aww... that is one precious picture!
I have missed so many of your posts... I need to go back and catch up.
Love the new project you are working on... beautiful, as always.

May this new year be filled with blessing, health and happiness for you and yours.

~Kerin

TexWisGirl said...

PRECIOUS~!!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I love that yarn! It looks so familiar. Either I have some, or I thought about buying some. Not sure which as I have yarn all over the place. The squares are lovely. Sometimes I create just for the sake of making. It's the joining that gets me. Love that sweet photo of daddy and his little girl. Best wishes, Tammy

Judy S. said...

Fun photo! That's a really pretty yarn, and it looks like your hook has been busy. An afghan?

Amy at love made my home said...

Beautiful! Your squares are too! xx

steph said...

aren' t all little girls daddy's girls???? !!!! Adorable photo!!!

I started out just like you did with leftovers and ended up with my favorite lap blanket! (I ran out of steam before I ran out of scraps.....so it's not as big as it COULD have been! That's the joy of crocheting squares!) Have fun with it!

Shug said...

I'm thinking your idea of making these squares is going to result in something gorgeous!!! Always does.
What a pretty she is, and I can certainly tell that she is pretty crazy about her daddy.. Precious!!

Margaret Adamson said...

Boy you have been busy with your 'squares'. It will be good to see them all joined up. The last shot is priceless

karen said...

beautiful squares, little bite sized pieces of joy :) Love your photo that was sent to you!!

Tricia Buice said...

Loved hearing from you again and so happy you are well. Love your photo - she is adorable and yes I think she is a daddy's girl! Good luck on the projects! I have lots of catching up to do :)

Catherine said...

Dear Tanna, The patterns and colors are pretty that you are using.
I am trying to stick to a schedule "in spirit" with you for the walking and "fresh start" to the New Year!
I am inspired with the quote you put on your post.
xoxo Catherine

Mereknits said...

there is just something so sweet about a little girl and her Dad. Love the Noro crochet, gorgeous colors.
Hugs,
Meredith

Lynne said...

Looks like you are sticking to the crochet project and delightful colors too . . .
Sweet little. Girl and papa cuddle . . .

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Love your new project. :) Blessings always sweet friend.

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