Crafty Things Students have Made . . .

Today I thought I would email you photos of what some students have made after their workshops. I always love seeing other people’s work and their personal touches. 

Rebecca’s Granny Square Blanket above – I love the colours! I have also read on Rebecca’s blog that she is pregnant so congratulations Rebecca.

Michelle’s flower with a cleverly crocheted middle bit … generally we put buttons in the middle so this a great alternative.

Monica’s mohair scarf, knitted a day after the workshop in one afternoon … it does look nice and soft (nice touch with the lavender Monica).

Helen’s baby blanket, you can’t tell that well from the photo but the colours are really pretty, a light pink and grey and Helen decided to crochet one square instead of lots of smaller ones. I’ve seen this in progress and its really soft and fluffy Helen got a good tension going from the start.

Yingfen adapted her blanket with 4 granny squares and then bordered by a larger granny square … it works really well!

 Maria’s first words to me where “I’m rubbish” … and look at this, the white works so well with these colours and keeping it as one square also works well with each row a different colour. Its simply gorgeous.

Joanna came to an amigurumi class and she has crocheted up a small farm of animals … here is a little pig she made. Isn’t the pig adorable? And I do like the “shot on location” photo as well.

Aurore came to both a Crochet Flower and a Granny Squares class and sent me these photos. Aurore added sequins to her flower a great idea for sparkle.

Yvette knitted this cute baby hat after attending a knitting workshop, for her baby niece who was born in November 2009.

Thank you to everyone for sending me their photos, the personal touches you add make such a difference and continue to inspire me.

If you have been to a workshop please do send me some photos of what you are currently making at home.
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