Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Meeting Blogging Friends and WIP Fun

tin heart

Today I had the wonderful opportunity of meeting a fellow blogger - Regula from Babajezas Wundert├╝te.

It was so great to finally get to meet her and she is just as lovely as her blog. I have been following her blog for a long time now and we have so many things in common :) She happened to be travelling through a nearby town and asked if I would like to meet up. I was thrilled to have the opportunity and couldn't wait until this afternoon.

 I wondered if we would find each other in the mass of people and Regula said she was sure we would. As soon as I saw her I knew it was her and she felt the same!

It was like meeting an old friend. 

We had a wonderful chat and coffee, the sun even came out to play!

She gifted me the beautiful heart you see above, isn't it gorgeous?

Thank you so much Regula for the delightful afternoon, I look forward to seeing you again soon :)

And now a quick peek at my WIP from this week:

wristwarmers

This is the second wristwarmer which I started to knit last on the spur of the moment with some rest yarn I have from the socks I knit for hubby. They were originally thought to be a pair for him as his workshop is very cold even now, but the first wristwarmer turned out a little tight, not a problem I think they are cool and will be keeping this pair for myself and will create a different pair for hubby :)

And now some more on the awesome Craftsy Course I am taking at the moment!

If you recall, last week I told you I was starting the Tunisian Crochet Course last week. Well, I am loving it. I have finished the first project (will share the FO on Friday) and am busy on the second project and am nearly done, maybe this will also be a FO for Friday :)

Tunisian Crochet on Craftsy

I can't wait to get onto the next project which is the multi-garment :)
Now to order some cool yarn ;)


I wish you all a good week, 
See you soon.
x

I will be sharing this post with my lovely Wednesday folk :)


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8 comments:

  1. lovely yarn! My daughter wants some fingerless gloves to keep her hands warm whilst doing her home work - you've inspired me to get started on them :-)

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    1. Hi Lily,
      Yes,the yarn looks quite nice as a wristwarmer :) I look forward to seeing yours progress.
      Thanks for your visit.
      x

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  2. Thanks for the flowers.:-) I had a wonderful time too. After breakfast I'm looking for a/the yarn store in Kandersteg. There must be one. :-) I always look for yarn stores on vacation. And I'm also looking for a murmeli fett. My arm hurts and I can't crochet anymore. Fortunately my fo for Friday is finished. :-) Can't wait to see you Tunisian fo.

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    1. Oh dear, sorry to hear that it is getting worse.
      Have you tried some tissue salts? I find they help me really quickly when I have that kind of discomfort.
      Thanks for the visit.
      x

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  3. You have done an amazing job on the Tunisian crochet and so quickly, well done.

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    1. Hi mamasmercantile,
      Thank you so much :)
      Have a great rest of your week.
      x

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  4. The yarn is gorgeous and great job on the Tunisian crochet!

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    1. Hi Lucy,
      Thank you so much for your visit, have a great rest of your week.
      x

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