Friday, 18 January 2013

I've Made Friday Week 43


Wow Friday already!
I hope you have all been having a good week
and have a fantastic weekend planned.

It's very cold in the UK at the moment.
It's so nice to have a bit of winter in winter.
It's a time to curl under a blanket, get your crocheting out
and sit in front of the fire.

This week wasn't as planned. 
I've let things get on top of me.
When I'm tired, suffering really bad fatigue
& aren't feeling very well these things happen.
My crocheting has been a lot slower
because of my illness.
The fatigue is so bad I am struggling to 
do anything.
It takes me all day to recover from walking
Little Red to school.
Then I have to pick him up again and I'm back to square one.

Luckily I feel like I'm coming out the other side.

I have been making but forgot to take pictures of them all.
Little Red is learning about Antarctica at school.
School asked me to make them some crocheted animals.
I made them a Penguin & a seal.
I might make more but I needed a break.
I didn't take any pictures.
However Little Red asked me to make some for him as well:
I made an adult Penguin, baby penguin & seal for him.
They are sat in their habitat that we made.
The cardboard Penguin is the one he made at school.
They want us to take the Penguin everywhere with us.
They forgot some of us are ill so aren't going anywhere.
I made these animals from the book:
Easy Crochet Critters
I just altered the pattern slightly to make the baby penguin.

I also designed myself a hat.
I should of been doing loads of other things
but I wanted to do something for me!
 
I love it. I think I'm going to design a matching cowl & maybe 
even a matching pair of fingerless gloves.
Now here is a warning, skim as a scary
photo of me to coming!
Yes those bags under my eyes are that big!!

I also managed to make a cowl to match:



I am in the middle of reading:
Crochet Saved My Life
by Kathryn Vercillo and Julie Michelle 

So far it's a really interesting read!
It's amazing to read everyones stories and how crochet helped them.
Book:

Kindle:

Even from what I've read already I would recommend this book.
I hope that it can help more people out there
that are suffering in silence.
Crochet can really save your life.

Now  it's time to show off what you've been making
this week.
please feel free to link up:

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8 comments:

  1. I'll have to look out for that book :) your hat and scarf is lovely :)

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  2. love the hat and cowl neck scarf very pretty in white.

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  3. hi,

    I dont have your address yet for me to ship..my email are going to spam it think

    stjudescreations@yahoo.com

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  4. Love the penguins, wish I was talented enough to make one.

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    1. They are quite easy the easy, crochet critters is a fantastic pattern book to follow.

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