Friday, 27 September 2013

Holding on To Summer.

Just because the Summer is past it doesn't mean we have to do without flowers.  Can you remember the flower project I'm supposed to be doing? well I promise you it's nearly finished.  In fact I began to assemble it but I realised I was still a few flowers short.

A Collection of Flowers 4


These are such fun to make, you can play around with colours and hook sizes.



Add some edging to give a different look.




The only problem is knowing when to stop :)

You can find the free pattern for these lovely flowers here
I will show you what I did with all my flowers soon.

The end of the month is upon us once again! it's time to link those last minute September projects to the September Link Party it closes on Monday Night and for those who are counting, don't forget to leave your me your totals.


Now I'm in a high state of excitement because it's Yarndale tomorrow I can't wait! I will be telling you all about it along with lots of photo's when I get back.

Have a great weekend everyone!

13 comments:

  1. Hello Linda, Your flowers are all so very very pretty... I am VERY EXCITED to read and see photos about Yarndale tooo.. Huge VBG Hugs judy

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  2. The flowers are very pretty and I'm sure we still have several weeks of good weather left....fingers crossed.

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  3. I am so jealous you are able to go to Yarndale, it looks to be so much fun. Have a great time.
    Meredith

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  4. Love your flowers and can't wait to see the whole project once you get them all joined. You are so right, just because it is the end of summer and now autumn we can still enjoy flowers. I couldn't imagine not being able to crochet, there are so many benefits to playing with the yarn, not to mention all the lovely bloggers we meet who also love the craft.
    Thanks for sharing the pattern source.
    (((HUGS))) Susanne :)

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  5. Beautiful Blooms Linda - have fun at Yarndale!
    Ali x

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  6. Lovely crochet flowers, Linda, it's such pretty colours and design. Can't wait to see the whole project finished.
    Have a great time at Yarndale :)

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  7. love these flowers, Linda! thanks for the link.
    You are lucky to be able to go to Yarndale. Have lot of fun, and lets us know how it was...
    ♥ Ana BC

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  8. I am unwilling to admit Summer is over and this post helps me in my quest. :-) Lovely!

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  9. Thanks for sharing the link to the pattern, and I too am very jealous that you're going to Yarndale. Take lots of photos!!

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  10. Pretty flowers and lovely colours. Have a nice weekend.

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  11. Such cheery flowers, Linda, and perfect for the time of year when the real ones are slowly dying off. (Sniff.)

    Enjoy Yarndale!

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  12. Thank you for linking up at "Link & Share Wednesday!" Excellent stashbuster :) Rhondda

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