Monday, February 13, 2012

 New species discovered...


 Leftover scraps of yarn and a crochet needle, and absolutely no plan in mind.



Simplicity is the removal of the useless and the unnecessary--source unknown

7 comments:

  1. I just love free-form crochet and knitting too...I love doing things like this ; glad to have found another person who just plays and sees what happens..
    Free-form comes from two places...first; I have no talent and just can't follow a pattern any more
    or, secondly....having made everything in the past from knitted dresses and crocheted jackets, it is time to make up my own patterns.
    Just keep going...brilliant new species:)
    xx

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  2. Boudicca was certainly a queen, queen of the Iceni tribe who I believe live don the eatsern side of the country:)
    xx

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    1. Thanks, Gwen.I hope you'll do a portrait of Boudica, too.
      xo

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  3. Looks like a flower to me. Down here we have a place called The Scrap Exchange. Everything you can imagine is there. I found a bunch of knitted pieces, mostly long. I thought of using them on a bag.

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  4. this looks very much like a little Gum Nut Baby from SnugglePot and CuddlePie - a story about Australian Bush flower babies. sweet xo

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  5. Love it, so sweet!

    xx Susan

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