Saturday, September 17, 2016

Never let your friends feel lonely.....
disturb them all the time.
xoxoxoxoxoxoxox

Hello dear friends, I warmly invite you to listen to my kind words to Neville......
 ....thanks a heap for wiping out 9 Ag Society members with your flu bugs!!!!! lol Next time you say you're not feeling well, we're all running for the hills mate. lol 

These last few days I have had snot bubbles and candlesticks hanging off my nose, headache, cough and feeling sick. I have taken medicine to recover and today I just have a lingering headache. Got to love your friends hey? 

I hope you get well soon Neville.....So does Paul, Simon, Jill, Chris, Fiona, Matt, Liz and the fleece judge. (That makes about 9 of us) lol

Below are a couple of items of mine that were show entries. A baby jacket and beanie set that came first in its class. Knitted in a cotton yarn in 8 ply, a very effective pattern and very easy to make. This cute little set will be going to market.


 I'm feeling real happy with this little dolly too, I loved making her and she came in first place at the show. 
 I just adore those little red shoes and scarf. 
 At the end of the show it was time to clean up and that also includes cleaning up the sheep shed. Not one to be a slouch....I thought I would go and annoy  help Angus....

"I can do this all by myself Angus"...

 ..um.....er....I need your shoulder for a second....
 Now I'm going to act my age......you laughing at me Angus??? 
 Here...have some sheep poo!! 
Well now that I'm back to normal....I have been doing some crocheting. Here I have made a start on granny squares in left over bits of yarn and edging them with some groovy crimson yarn to make the colours pop. 

I have been asked to make some aboriginal hat ties and this order was for 40 ties.

They do take a bit of work to measure and cut, but they are very bright and fun. I have seen them worn on prams, hats, arms and bags. 

Some pretty plants in my garden. I was stoked to see this plant with a flower. I am not sure what the name of the plant is but I have never seen it with flower before. 
A lovely succulent.


Well my friends, I hope you have had a fun visit to my blog today and that I haven't scared you all to pieces!!!! I always was a tomboy, so it seems I will always like to hang off rafters, and not act my age. lol I have never been this age before so I don't know how I'm supposed to act anyway. lol
I wish you a beautiful week ahead.
Ciao, Anita.

12 comments:

Maria said...

Oh no! Neville was very generous with his bugs spreading them to everyone. Do hope you are feeling much better.
Love that baby set and cute dolly...
You are off again with your bright crocheted squares and ties....
Lovely plants in your garden...

JoJo said...

Looks like you have so much fun but for being sick. Hope you are well now. Love the yarn for the baby sweater and hat!

Summer said...

Hope you all feel better soon! Hugs ♥

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Kim said...

You are a scream, lovely Anita. So glad you didn't fall and break an arm!! First prize hey, I am not at all surprised. Lovely knitted set and your dolly is so very sweet. Hope those blue ribbons are somewhere where all can see.

Julie said...

Great post Anita - I can just imagine you give them all heaps at the Ag Society ... & they all love it. Hope you are feeling much better now & are over your flu. Love that knitted set & the random wool is gorgeous. Gosh I'll bet it took some time to make all those aboriginal ties ... you would be glad when that order was all finished. Have a great week Anita.

Jane Galley said...

haha, you certainly make your presence felt! Looks like you had lots of fun. Love the doll :) look forward to seeing next week's antics and hope you'll all be feeling fit and well

Angélica D said...

Hi dear Anita ,, que bonitos trabajos a crochet ,, espero que tengas un lindo día
Cariños

busybusybeejay said...

Hope you are feeling better.The plant is called Vinca in the UK and can be quite invasive.Also known as periwinkle (I think)

Mereknits said...

Friends that pass the flu around are not friends you need to be close to, at least not while they are sick! Hope you are feeling much better Anita, you made me laugh with your photos.
Meredith

Karen S said...

Don't you just love friends who share everything, even their germs!!!! Oh dear!
Good to see some work going on though. Gorgeous knitting and crocheting. Tell me about the hat ties. Do they get stitched onto floppy hats and then tied, or is it something else?

Country Laura said...

Bellissimi i tuoi lavori!
Ciao
Laura

kiwikid said...

How generous of Neville!!! A caring sharing man!! Laughed at the photo of yo hanging from the rafter, good on you!!! So good to see you having fun!! Those hat/arm/whatever ties look wonderful! The little jacket and hat is super cute too.

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