Wednesday, December 18, 2013

How about Pink?

 

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It has been silent here, hasn’t it? I’m sorry it took so long for me to come back, but I really needed this period of ‘quiet’. My company existed mainly of books, and occasionally some yarn and a hook. Slowly things are getting back to normal and what makes me very happy is to be able to walk with Fleur again. Still very slowly; so Fleur is looking over her shoulder all the time to see if I’m coming.

Long time ago I made a blog post about the colour pink and especially about me having trouble with it. And look what is in our living room since a couple of weeks; exactly a PINK sofa and I really love it. Funny thing is that my husband is the one who has chosen the colour!

My blankets and pillows look just perfect on it, don’t they? But I think there is a lot of room for more.

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The shape is perfect, the colour is boring so guess what I’m doing?

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Small squares, joined with the as-you-go-method. The colours are used randomly. Great project to get back into the mood. I’ll show next time how I’ll finish it.

Then there was a question from my mom. Every week a wonderful woman comes to help her clean the house. And of course my mom wanted to give her a special Christmas present; so she asked me to make her a Happy Colours Cowl, but if possible a long one that can be wrapped around the neck twice. So here it is:

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And talking about Christmas: I thought it would be nice to keep one of my family’s traditions and bake  some little waffles.

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The only problem is that I don’t think they are going to make it to Christmas; I’ll have to make another batch.

Before I stop I want to thank all of you who left a comment after the passing away of my mother-in-law. It is really heartwarming to read your words.


Groetjes, Dorien

5 comments:

Monique van den Berg said...

Wat een prachtige sofa en je kussens en dekens passen er perfect bij. Echt super!

Die kol is ook leuk geworden.

Alvast hele fijne feestdagen!

Groetjes, Monique

Sandra said...

O wauw! Ik krijg spontaan een voorjaarsgevoel! :-)

Hazel said...

A beautiful post. I love your new sofa and your cushions look great!

Maxine D said...

Wonderful to see you back, Dorien - and yes, there are times when we need to 'hibernate' for a while. Good to hear your leg is healing.
Love the sofa!! and your work looks fabulous on it - the cowl is beautiful, and those peggy squares are intriguing.
Blessings
Maxine

Maggie Smith said...

Glad to add you to my crocheting circles. Your work is beautiful. Regards Maggie in England