Sunday, October 16, 2016

May your troubles be less and blessings be more,

And nothing but happiness walk through your door. 
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 A beautiful good morning to you ladies!! I love Sunday mornings, they seem to come around very quickly. There is no need to rush today, I’ve had a wonderful sleep in, a cup of tea at my side, and I can share some time with you this morning.

I’ve had another week of wonderful creations that I’ve made and I would love to share them with you. I'm on a bit of a campaign to use up bits of yarn to empty out my stash and Yes! ....I have been saying that for a long time. I am slowly getting there. I've stuck with it though, and it is making a difference to the stash and it is very satisfying to watch another bag being emptied out.


 I have this rule now also for my fabric stash. Do you love it when someone gives you a bag of material with all sorts of good bits in it? I do! Someone had given me a bag with strips of fabric in it and it challenged me as to what I could make with it. The strips were about 3 inches wide and very long. I had the thought that I could make...

 a table runner.......


I did a little bit of stitching too this week....wow!!...the world is my oyster! I made this cute little mug carrier and all I have to add is the drawstring and it’s finished.
 I really love the round bottom..too cute!!
 As you all realise...there would be some knitting on the go around here. Lol. I cannot resist the Feather and Fan stitch. I found an old knitting book buried deep within my collection and this pattern popped out at me. The singlet is a set and has a sweet pair of pants to go with it.

 I had a flick through the most wonderful magazine in the entire world...The Homespun. Awesome projects inside this issue.

 My Grandfather and Grandmother
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 Alessio  Palla
I never got to meet you but I’m sure I would have loved you.
Here is the only photograph of my Grandfather and Grandmother I have. My Grandmother died giving birth to my mother, so my Mother could not tell me stories about her, but I bet she was lovely too.

My Mother had to hold herself together when speaking of my Grandfather...he was a happy and funny man who was always full of mischief. That sounds familiar of my own mother....and perhaps...of me. lol
 Today I will be spending some time with my Ag. Society friends and we're off to the trots. We are holding a Paddy's Market at the trots, so really it is a work and play day. Will any of them behave themselves? I doubt it.

Wherever you are may you have a wonderful day and I think I'll just be happy today.
Ciao, Anita.Image result for clipart happiness


12 comments:

I am said...

Hi Anita,such lovely projects you have made and what a lovely pic of your grandparents .

Julie said...

Hi Anita . . . your tablerunner is just beautiful- love those fabrics together. What a perfect idea for the strips. Your mug holder is rather gorgeous too - would make a fab gift with a nice coffee mug tucked inside - a great christmas idea. Hope your day at the trots goes well - lots of mischeif I am sure.

Jane Galley said...

You have been busy. I'm currently trying to work my way through fabric and wool, people keep giving it to me, lol. Love the mug holder

Verbena C. said...

E' sempre bello vedere i tuoi lavori. Buona Domenica cara amica.

Maria said...

The headbands are a great way to use up wool scraps, cute vest and a beautiful tablerunner..
Sounds like your Grandfathers fun ways have been carried down to you....😆😆

Cuore Antico said...

Anita, I love yours beautiful works and pictures but I love so much the picture with grandfather and grandmother ...what a beautiful man and woman.
Hugs,
Debora

Mavi. said...

Muy bonito el camino de mesa y entrañable la foto de tus padres.
Esos lapiceros son muy chulos, seguro que sale un trabajo muy bonito.

Saludos.

Mereknits said...

Sounds like you are just like your grandfather my friend. You have made some wonderful things.
Have a great week,
Meredith

Joy from Days Filled With Joy said...

Wow, lots of variety in this post! I love times when I get lots done on different types of crafts. Lovley pic and story of your grandparents.. thanks for sharing xx

Country Laura said...

Bellissimi tutti i tuoi lavori!
Baci
Laura

Karen S said...

Hi Anita. Looks like I totally missed this post last week.
Love the pattern in that gorgeous little singlet.
Enjoyed reading your family history too.

Angélica D said...

Hi Anita , muy bonitos tus trabajos , espero que tengas un bendecido fin de semana junto a tus seres queridos

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