Wednesday, 25 February 2009

it's a miracle

thank you Lucy.
ok so my flower has 6 petals and Lucy's have 5, there's obviously still improvement to be made......... but so much better than the last efforts!
I can't include it in my giveaway though (you still have till Friday to enter)- this one's mine!


  1. yay well done :-) i got completely addicted to making these "mini" flowers last night :-D
    Lesley x

  2. hehe! well done! I have made an advance on your "exhibit" idea. An Emin style representation entitled "tantrum" which will feature my worms and caterpillars scattered on a floor with a glass of gin and tonic nearby! xx

  3. I can't think of a single rude anatomical comparison to make this time, so I'll just say way to go!

    (My word verif is "wishea," as in, "I wish ya the best of luck with your crochet projects.")

  4. Well done! I took a crochet class about a year ago and have since forgotten absolutely everything I learned! K x

  5. congrats on the flower - i like the extra bit :)
    keep on going and soon you will be able to make them with your eyes shut!
    t x

  6. Hi TEss
    Oh FABULOUS!!!!
    Lovin the six petal version of TeenyTiny flower, its so cute, reminds me of an anemone.
    I hope you don't mind, but I did chuckle at previous crochet show n tell. I wish I had saved my first attempts, they were not pretty either, there is much hope for you!

    Have a lovely day, and happy hooking, oh and congrats on 200 posts, I'm off to enter your giveaway hope I'm not too late

  7. I knew you'd get there. I made HEAPS of terrible mistakes to start with then after perseverence, something just clicked!

  8. Lovely! Today we were looking at knitted tea cosies, some decorated with little crocheted flowers.
    Margaret and Noreen

  9. Lovely flowers but oh RATS, I missed your giveaway. That'll teach me to be rubbish ;-)


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