Thursday, May 03, 2007

~Beautiful evening~

So lovely to sit out on the porch and enjoy the tulips



and my crocheting!

13 comments:

Joyce's Ramblings said...

Beautiful flowers and beautiful afgan. What a great way to enjoy the day.

Mrs. U said...

The afghan looks WONDERFUL!!! Those are the new yarns that you purchased the other day???

Your tulips are BEAUTIFUL!! You know, I have planted tulip bulbs TWICE and they have NEVER bloomed!!!! Some of them at least did come up, but still, NO BLOOMS!!!! Aaaarrrrggghhhhh!!

His,
Mrs. U

Birdie said...

Beautiful flowers. Lovely afghan! Wonderful colors! Isn't Spring great?

Mrs.B. said...

Those tulips are gorgeous!!

annecourager said...

Girl, you crochet fast. Didn't you just buy that yarn last weekend?!

cherylharrell said...

Those are nice pics. You are really doing a good job on that afghan! My grandma could make ones like that but I could never get the hang of it. I am doing several crocheting projects but am still in the middle of them lol. I started an afghan over 30 yrs ago & never got it finished lol. You oughta give lessons on how to crochet like that. I would love to learn how to do a zig zag afghan like that... :)

knit or knot said...

I have done many crocheted ripple afghans, but the modern variety that is popping up in blogland are so much more interesting. I love the wide variety of colors that everyone seems to be using. I cannot wait to see what it looks like when it is finished!

Julieann said...

Your tulips are gorgeous!!!

Julieann:)

Jennifer said...

I love the colors you are using in that afghan. It's going to be beautiful!

Happymama said...

I love that yellow tulip with the stripe. WHAT A BEAUTY~

~Kristi

Heather said...

those are really pretty colours... don't you just love to crochet?! I crocheted an afghan like that one except I did it all in one colour. I couldn't believe how simple it was. I bought the wool and the pattern was free and looked interesting so I tried it. I also had a friend that answered the odd question. I have now finished two afghans... which is quite surprising coming from me...I very regularly don't finish big projects like that...but I enjoyed it so much it was really hard to put down. I've been thinking it's been a couple of years now.... time to start another one! You've inspired me to get going on it.

Heather said...

PS
I meant to say that this afghan was my first crochet project.

Mama Russell said...

Wow, those tulips are just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing the picture of them.