Monday, February 22, 2010


Well what a lovely response. Thanks for all your nice words. I hope I didn't cause too many falling off chair with shock surprises!

So I guess you all want to know who the winner is.

Well after removing Jodie's comment and the weirdo Japanese one, I stuck the numbers in the random thingy and it came up with this.


And that is Jenny from Ohjoh. Jenny is new to blogging so go on over and have a look at all her lovely creations. And I have actually met her as she is a customer at amitie.

And now I have to think of something to send you Jenny. I'm thinking something quilty as you are quite new to that craft. So email me with your address and I will get something out to you shortly.

And here is one of those projects finished.

Sacha's scarf finished

It is a cotton scarf for my lovely sister in law Sacha who can't wear wool. She has seen it unfinished so this won't be a surprise.

Sacha's scarf finished!

I am really happy with it but won't be doing more crochet for a while as my shoulder has locked up. Last time it got my wrist. Not sure I'm meant to crochet which is sad because it's really pretty.

And just because I haven't posted for ages and because I have a new camera, here is my beautiful baby girl Daphne. Who is not such a baby anymore!

Daphne @ 4


Jenny from Ohjoh said...

oh WOW!!! Thankyou Louise !! I nearly fell off my chair. You've made my day!!

Thimbleanna said...

Congratulations to Jenny -- Lucky Girl! Beautiful scarf Ms. LollyLegs -- I love the bright, pretty colors. And your little angel is adorable!

Ali said...

Can't believe Daphne is so big!! Where did that time go?

periwinkle said...

glad you are back - missed you

Cass said...

That scarf is fantastic.

Jodie said...

Loving everything but especially loving your return !

Andi said...

So much beauty!!
Beautiful crafting.
Beautiful new camera.
Beautiful Daphne!!!!

Nikki said...

Gorgeous scarf.
And she will always be your baby.

a friend to knit with said...

wow. daphne IS beautiful and big. :)

sorry about your shoulder....i sometimes get a pain in my shoulder from all the knitting. :)

(i get those weirdo japanese comments, too!)

Philigry said...

that is so beautiful! I want to learn to crochet. I heart granny squares!

essie said...

this is so gorgeous - i am always so very covetous of crochet scarves and blankets - it's a skill i have never been able to acquire, no matter how hard i've tried!