Friday, 11 April 2014

I've Made Friday Week 105


I hope you've all had a good week & are looking forward to the weekend!

Sorry the post is a bit late it's been one of those weeks.
Little Red woke up with a slight temperature on Wednesday.
After some medicine he seemed fine.
His little finger was a bit sore but we thought he had just led on it funny.
Wednesday evening he was feeling worse and his finger was worse.
We got him in at the doctors first thing on Thursday
as he'd been up most of the night in pain.
As I'd suspected he has managed to get an infected finger.
So his Easter Holidays have started early.
Luckily it hasn't spread any further but his little finger is swollen and sore.
I'm keeping an eye on him to make sure it doesn't spread any further.
Unfortunately he needs his medication an hour before every meal
so there is no way he can go into school.

So today I was meant to be showing off my finished Rabbit.
I had set yesterday aside to complete the pieces and put him together.
So near yet so far.
So I'm afraid it will have to be next week.
In the meantime check out Jo's Creations
(each of the pictures are linked to their purchase page)
Easter Bunny of African Flowers - Crochet Pattern Crochet Pattern - Amy the African Flower Snail Crochet Pattern - Tess the African Flower Butterfly Pillow
Crochet Patterns - Maggie the African Flower Owl Pillow and Mia the African Flower Dog Pillow Crochet Pattern - African Flower Scarf African Flower Bowl - Crochet pattern

I did manage to finish a few things this week:
We made an angry bird egg for Little Red's school egg competition

I spun some more yarn.
With each ball I think I'm getting better,

 I finished my selfmade Boshi hat. 
I'll be telling you more about this hat in a post soon :-).

I finished my design for the collared cowl
made with the yak yarn.
This will be a free pattern for you hopefully next week.

I also made a ruffle rose as well.
I'll also be posting the free pattern for this soon.


I also made this cute bird in a nest.
It's an adorable pattern.
I'll also be reviewing this for you in the next week.

Still not finished any books I'm afraid.
Little Red is off for the next 2 weeks so it might be a while before I do.

Now it's time for linky love.
Please feel free to share anything you've made.
  • Please visit other people to see what they have made.
  • Add the link to here on your blog so we can share the linky love.
  • I will try and visit as many people as possible.
  • I will reply to all comments as soon as I can
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4 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting, Sue! You've got some wonderful projects going, even with dealing with illness at home. I love the collared cowl with it's beautiful red color! Thank you for sharing it at my link-a-long at www.GoCrochetCrazy.blogspot.com !

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  2. I love sharing, and checking back to see what others have shared. Thank you for sharing, and offering th platform.

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  3. Hi Sue, so sorry to hear about your son being sick and I hope he feels better. I love all of the crochet projects you have been working on. Thanks for the party and have a good weekend.
    Julie

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  4. Lovely Boshi Hat.

    Thanks for hosting!

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