Sunday, November 16, 2014

A brand new week.

Sow good services; sweet remembrances will grow
from them.
-Madame de Stael
Thank you to all my blogger friends out there for the stream of lovely emails and comments on the loss of our pet Max last week. It was so nice to feel all the kindness and luv from you,  It has helped  us mend our broken hearts.The sun rises again each day and we carry on.

This week I had a go at some small projects and have finished off a project I have been steadily chipping away at. A rather cute plate of knitted Christmas puddings now complete. These are for a special group of people who I laugh with, tease (not like me lol), and spend heaps of time with. I won’t say who they are in case they read this.

A little bit of knitting happening........I have actually made both bootees, guys know what I’m like, I haven’t stitched them up or added ribbon yet. lol


A cute little beaded girl......she’s sold!! Everyone loves these and they’re very cute as gifts.

It’s already smelling like Christmas around here and I’m having fun with making some crocheted decorations. Beads have always been fun to me, they seem to add happiness to anything you make. 

I have moved the bird bath from my favourite place in the garden to Max’s favourite place. It is now on top of his resting place. 
I had heaps of fun yesterday with Heather the feather........I made her a lovely cup of tea and then............I showed her Pinterest on the computer!!! all know what happens when you get onto Pinterest.........we were lost for ages. I love teasing that girl.
I’m looking forward to a bright new week ahead and have lots of plans to make a good start on some new craft work. Hope your week was super and the coming week is super duper!!!

Cheers, Anita.


Karen S said...

Lovely as always to see what you are working on.
The plate of plum puds looks wonderful!
And of course there is lots of knitting!
What a great idea to move the bird bath to where Max is buried. That is a special memory.
Have fun with Pinterest!

Narelle said...

So sorry to hear of your loss. It's hard to lose a furry companion, we too experienced this last week and our Jock is now relaxing under a shady tree.

Those plum puddings look good enough to eat and love your beady crochet decorations. :)

JoJo said...

Each craft is cuter than the last! Those puddings! The dolly is adorable too and your wreaths & tree.

Kim said...

Those plum puddings of yours look rather delish! They are very clever. Love all your other woolly pretties too. Miss Dolly is very cute. Max's resting spot looks lovely; a pleasant spot to sit and reflect.

Mereknits said...

I love all your projects but the Christmas puddings are amazing.

Julie said...

Lots of lovely knitting & crochet being created by you Anita. I love that plate of christmas puds & think I would not be able to bear to part with any of them. Max's resting place looks lovely - a nice remembrance area for him. Have a great week.

Fiona said...

such a lot of fabulous projects... clever clogs...

Wendy said...

You always make such fab stuff! I love the little crochet wreaths with the beads and those Christmas Puds are brilliant

Astrid said...

So sorry about Max! HUGS!!!
Those puddings are too cute! Love all your other projects too! I can just imagine never a dull moment! :) Have a great day!

Gillian said...

Love the Christmas puddings - they're fat free!! I'm also trying to make lots of Christmas decorations this year. Mostly crocheted and felt.

Ladybird Diaries said...

Love those wee Christmas puddings! So cute.
Marianne x


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