Do you remember my project of granny patchwork blanket? It grows and I love it.
Those pictures were taken when it only had the first row. It has grown into three rows. Each row contains of 16 squares.
I'm so excited about this project. I manage to make at least a square each day.
Each square is so easy yet pretty.
Oh, I have promised you to post my water dispenser cover in the last post. Okay, I'll share you the picture.
My water dispenser now looks pretty with the cover.
My hubby is working with a lot of data. He has so many flashdisks to store the data because they are the most portable thing to bring the data everywhere. But, he now has no any storing for them. He asked me whether I could make him a bag or something to bring the flashdisks. It should be a handy one. Okay, I tried to think about the shape and form. Then, when I browsed in the internet, I saw a hook case. It was crocheted. Hmmmm.... my mind started to play. AHA! Then I grabbed my hook and collected my left over yarns. Guess what I was making?
The label is my brand for my bag products. I hand stitch the zipper. When I gave it to him, he smiled and said thank you. Mission accomplished. :D
I often go everywhere using my motorcycle. It's so damn hot in Indonesia in the afternoon. My skin gets burn so quickly. My hands and foot skin are darker than my other skin. :(
I need something to cover them, but it has to be cute. I dug my yarn box. Aaaah. .... another left over yarn. And here I go. I made this fingerless gloves. I don't like to wear gloves with my fingers covered. So, here they are:
It's so easy. You just need a hook and some yarn. :D
I wear it everywhere whenever I'm on my bike.
And you know what? When I went to my mom's home, I almost screamed because she gave me her antique sewing machine. She has it repaired. Hmmm... now I have to think about how to bring it to my home.
Lots of fun for me this month. And I hope you've got yours too.