Saturday, May 14, 2011

My creative Space - Pop Heart Revealed

 Edit: This was posted on Thursday morning, but due to technical difficulties, I have re-posted it.

Remember this cup shaped item? (Previously posted here).

Well it first became one and then two...
Now it has morphed into this

A little something for a little someone that will be gifted later this year. The pattern can be found here.

Hooky for today involves this...

It's soft, it's scrummy and yes, MORE pink. I love other colours, but this one was requested, and I am happy to oblige. Can't wait to show you the other thing I have going this week!

For more creativity, head over to the new digs.


  1. Lovely puffy heart! I'm sure it will be a well appreciated gift!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  2. Thanks for your lovely comment! Yes, 'yarning' with a two year old presents many difficulties! Cohen loves to climb all over me whenever I'm sitting down. Whether I have needles in my hands or not! He tries to 'borrow' any blankets I am in the middle of crocheting in order to pretend to sleep.

    I'm sure he also knows that I try to get to the end of a row before I put my knitting down, so I don't loose my place or drop stitches. So he always gets into mischief as soon I start a new row. :)

  3. oooh i love that yarn! it's almost too good to use!
    the heart would be so soft to squeeze!!
    thanks for your visit and comment :)

  4. It's beautiful wool isn't it? I've just bought a ball in aqua to do I-know-not-what-with but I just had to have it.

  5. popping in on your blog to tell you about the smelly tires ;-) - I use new race bike tires and I must say they don't smell at all. I once used rubber band, and made a fantastic necklace with it ... but you had to have a big for this necklace to support the rubbery smell ! But ... i sold it for only one dollar ... so that makes up to it !;-)

  6. Your crochet heart turned out beautifully. I once tried to crochet a heart but didn't quite get there. That wool looks beautiful and soft and such a pretty colour too. Have fun hooking.:)

  7. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. What a lovely heart - I'll have to check that pattern out!


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