Wednesday, 17 August 2011

WOYWW #115 - PLENTY

This week I am back at the kitchen table where there is plenty going on.



Some new balls of wool for my Granny Blanket.

My friends' tea pot - she would like me to make her a tea cosy for it. Now I did start to knit this but whilst flicking through my new Crochet Magazine I found a fantastic pattern for a crocheted tea cosy - so I might just have a go.  I'm not sure this is what she had in mind though when she asked me.

My Smash Book - brimming with ideas of things to make and do.

On the right hand side in the middle is peeking another Kornisse half done, I need to make his hat.  Also some more corks waiting to be 'dressed'.

On the left hand side there are my Family Photos which I am still scanning and trying to organise to put in an album.  Below the photos there are some tea towels that I bought to make something for Small - maybe a draught excluder for his bedroom - not that it is draughty but I saw a fabulous one at a friends' house recently, and I wanted to make it.  Watch this space.

And that's it for me this week.  Pop over the Julia's for more workdesks - go on - it's fun (and who doesn't like snooping at other people's stuff?).








18 comments:

sasa said...

great colourful pic - looks all ready to go...
Thanks for sharing today,
Sarah at 2

Tammy said...

Great colours on your blanket, My mum is teaching me at the moment

Spyder said...

ohooo my goodness what a lovely bright table!! Cosy for a tea pot, that would make a nice hat!! Lovely snoop! Happy Snoop!
(Lyn) Happy WOYWW

Lunch Lady Jan said...

What a lot of fab projects you've got on the go!! I really do love your granny blanket, it makes me wish that I could crochet. I am knitting at the moment and am really enjoying it as I haven't done any for a while! xx Have fun creating this week :)

Hazel said...

Interesting projects - Hazel WOYWW #65 x

butlersabroad said...

Brilliant table this week and that tea cosy is fantastic, you need to make that! Our friends son was quite shocked to see our tea pot wearing it's cosy a couple of years ago and yelled to anyone within earshot that the teapot was wearing a hat! Old habits die hard as I'm English but living in America!!

Hugs
Brenda 80

dianneo said...

I make scrap afghans like yours (one large granny) a lot. Probably my favorite way to use up scrap yarn.

Vix said...

Oh my word, what fabulously cheery colours.
I love those platforms of yours, too. Thanks for sharing! x

ScrappnBee said...

You definately have your hands full of projects! good luck with the crocheted version of the tea cozy. I am sure that your friend will love it no matter what! Thanks for sharing your WOYWW! -Amanda

Julia Dunnit said...

Can't decide what to look at first you have so much on the go! I like the teapot cover! And your spotty table cover is lovely too.

Elizabeth said...

Love your bright and colourful work table. New balls of yarn must do the same for you as new sheets of paper do for me - do you stroke them too :) Elizabeth x #70

The Crafty Elf said...

So many awesome things happening there on your workdesk! Whatcha goona do with the photo's? Can't wait to see!

Tertia said...

My goodness, you have a lot of things going on and... your desk is so NEAT! How do you do it?
Happy WOYWW

Angie said...

What a lot is going on on your desk ...that excluder sounds fun. Your OH (below)looks so cute under the blanket

Annaboo said...

How do you find the time?!!
You are one busy gal!
Lovely projects on the go- love the look of that crocheted tea cosy.
Xx

Twiglet said...

I love your blog - so many fab things going on. Your little cork folk are so cute!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there, thanks so much for popping over, love the rug your are making have some of them myself and a UFO teacloth which only needs three squares done and it will be finished one day! what a tea cosy your fiend may not have envisaged that but she would love if she has a quirky sense of humour,, the skeleton tree on my desk was one of Neil's laser cuts he sent me!! happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x

Morti said...

great desk this week!!!!! Thanks for stopping by....