Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Crochet Quickies...

This is what I took to play with on my camping/hunting trip. Colorful yarns and crochet hooks.

While the boys were out roaming the mountains looking for a elk...

I made a bunch of these cute little flowers....I have many more to make and when I'm finished...
I'll show you what I'm going to do with them....I kept thier little tails on because I need them for my project!



I also made several sunflower scrubby's......perfect for my fall kitchen.



And more scrubbies in all kinds of colors....these are the first 4 that I made.
Aren't they cute? They're called scrubbie dots!
They were really fast, fun and easy to make and perfect for little quickie projects to take while on a trip.

Kassidy thought they would be cute for coasters too.
If you want to make your own...click on each scrubbie name to get the pattern)


We enjoyed the campfire...the outdoors and each others company on our last camping trip of the season...


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18 comments:

trish said...

Crocheted items absolutely tug at my heart! :o) Your flowers are adorable and the sunflower is just precious. :o)
What a nice time you all had over your weekend!! :o)
Sincerely ~ Tricia

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Love all your little crochet projects...nice colors and a great way to spend your camping time!

Did they get their elk?

MGM

Darlene said...

You never cease to amaze me, Lori. Always so much cuteness going on. Scrubby dots??? Very cute. :-)

Judy said...

Darling little flowers and scrubbies. Do I see a tutorial on its way? Glad you had a great trip.

Jenn Bontrager said...

I was just wondering if your paper doll quilt pattern will be ready soon? I am really excited to get it. froggie.22@juno.com

Nedra said...

Your crochet projects are always inspiring. I brought yarn as we traveled to Phoenix, but haven't had a moment to work on anything yet. Hopefully I can get something done on the drive home.

hey, jode said...

Sure would like to have directions for the little posies!

Weatherbee ;) said...

So cute. I can't wait to see what you're going to do with all of those adorable little flowers! And I love the colors. I don't have any fun colors like that because I can never picture ahead of time what they're going to look like. Next time I'm buying yarn, I'm going to have to keep your cute little flowers in mind. ;)

Holly said...

Those flowers are too cute...can't wait to see what you're going to do with them.
And I love the scrubbies...great colors.
Do you have a pattern you use for both? a tutorial? helpful hints??!!

Sounds like a fun trip!

susie said...

Hey, my hubby and son wear the same clothes that yours do. They must really like that style. Your crochet stitches are perfect. Real nice.

Carin said...

Lori they are so dang cute, I am working on a baby afghan for my sister who is due in December. I love the sunflowers, do you have a link for that pattern anyplace?

Thimbleanna said...

Wow -- looks like you got a lot done. There's not much better than crocheting in the great outdoors!!!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

What a great change of pace. I love the scrubbies. Can't wait to see what your flowers do. Glad you're home. Glad you could go and have a great time.

a little bit biased said...

Oh the scrubbies and flowers are so cute! Can't imagine what you'll do with the flowers...I'm very intrigued!

Madame Samm said...

Ohh sugar, those balls of wool look like candy floss..and the flowers, they are flowers right??? well they look like they may be going on a QuilT..WILD GUESS. of course..lol.
You did all that in a weekend? Goodness knows you are fast...
blessings ms

Michelle said...

I so love those little flowers! ADORABLE!

Cathie in UT said...

Oh those sunflower scrubbies are so dang cute!
Hope you share a tute or pattern...hint, hint LOL

Nicole Kelly said...

You are not only such a creative person, but you find the cutest ideas to work on. Curious on the type of yarn you use. I love the blue...actually I love the four colors on the scrubbie dots, any chance you would share the colors? That is something I have been wanting to comment on you have the most wonderful eye for color and what works together I really wish I lived near you oh I just covet you and envy your style and taste. Can't wait to see what these little flowers will become.
Thanks
Nicole
nicoleren@mchsi.com

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