Wednesday, 26 March 2014

WOYWW

Good morning to all our WOYWW followers and anyone else who pops in for a visit!
Thanks for joining in the blog hop and for all your lovely comments too.

I have had quite a crafty week this week.
On the left is the jersey fabric dress that I made for Maxine - it still needs another fitting before it's finished but looks good so far.

In the middle is a lovely little cardi I have just finished knitting using Sirday Baby Crofter.
It is a size 2/3 years so I think little Lexi might like it - really gorgeous Spring colour combo isn't it?

I am not sure what this week has in store for me - no doubt the knitting needles will be in use and my machines will be buzzing.
Never a dull or wasted moment here!
What are you up to this week?
I will be hopping round a few desks to find out.

Have a great week.

x Jo

PS If you are interested in needle felting, you will love this new book by Gretel Parker!

Just pop over to her blog to find out more...
http://allaroundus.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/my-book-and-giveaway.html

17 comments:

Annie said...

Love the finished cardi Jo.....such gorgeous colours.
Hugs,
Annie x

Ann B said...

Two lovely makes on your desk this week. Love the soft colours on the cardi, just right for spring.
Happy Wednesday
Ann B
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Kate said...

You've reminded me that I got a little needle felting animal kit for Christmas, now where did I put it?

Lovely sewing projects as always.

~Kate~ (still catching up from last week)

okienurse said...

great looking workspace and that cardigan is so cute. I thought I would try felting someday but right now I just don't have the energy...maybe soon. Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a crafty week! Vickie #49

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I said to Annie last week that you two should be contestants on the Great British Sewing Bee! Love that jersey for the dress, bet it drapes really beautifully. That little cardi is sweet too.
I have a needle felting kit in my cupboard that was a prezzy, must get it out and have a go!
Hugs, LLJ 27 xx

Gill Edwards said...

I love Gretel's work and her book is on my wish list. Love that knitted dress, you are so clever.
Gill xx 75

BumbleVee said...

I'm already in for the book giveaway.... just because it's Gretel's..... and, have you noticed her little Rainbow Mice in the new header?.... awww so cute and so bright...I want to make one... just for that ...I must go back and have another look... oh, ...maybe after I go out and shovel...it accumulating yet again... supposed to snow today, tomorrow and the next day....I think spring has been postponed.... and winter will end next winter.....great......

JoZart said...

Such gorgeous makes and quality finish too. It's good to have such great makes to show for your time.
Jo x

Caro said...

Such a gorgeous cardie, so adorable. I love the look of the dress too, it is really great looking fabric. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#55)

Helen said...

I think you'd be great on the Sewing Bee too... gorgeous things again, Jo! Helen 11

glitterandglue said...

What a busy bee you've been this week, Jo. That cardigan is so lovely - don't you just love the way the patterns emerge without any extra effort?!
Have a great week.
Margaret #85

Anne said...

Hi Jo lovely makes as always. Lexi will look sweet in the cardy. I'm ot joining in this week, just ave a little peek at my favourite desks :-) Anne x

Sandy Leigh said...

Thanks for the visit! Your little cardi is so yummy. Sounds like it knitted up very quickly! Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #66

Julia Dunnit said...

Almost traditionally running late!
Love the fabric of Maxine's dress...I hate using that jersey fabric, you clever thing. The Crofter yarn is just so lovely, I've made myself a couple of cowls in the lovely soft baby...Lexi will not want to take it off!

Kelly said...

so talented. Love the little knitted dress. very soft and pretty. Kelly #77

MaggieC said...

I love seeing your lovely needle felting, but I dare not take up another hobby. I have too many already. I am still knitting the scarf for my littlest granddaughter, but it is taking longer than I would like, being in fisherman's rib. I am also finding that if I try to stick at it, my shoulder becomes very sore. I also need to do one for her sister, and shawls for both girls. Definitely no time to be bored. The material of that dress is o rich and lovely. I hope Maxine enjoys wearing it. Hav a good week. xx Maggie #8

peggy apl said...

What a cute cute dress!
I am interested in needle felting but I haven't tried it. The materials aren't available here but I have a small kit that I bought when I was in Korea. I found a small shop there of a lady who does wonderful needle felting. Quite expensive so I didn't get to buy anything.
Thanks for sharing! Happy WOYWW!
Hugs, peggy aplSEEDS @3