Welcome to my blog about yard sales, crochet, my family and my life. A yard sale map in one hand and a crochet hook in the other.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Daisy, daisy

Progress is slow on my latest project, but I'm getting there. After I get all of these daisies made, then it should go a little faster.

Tomorrow is yard sale day! Woo Hoo! Hope you have a great weekend.


Debi Y. said...

They're looking pretty. Have a great yard sale day tomorrow. :)

Sangeetha said...

Hi Charlotte, Thanks for stopping by. You seem to doing a very complicated project, would love to see it once its done. Is it a table cloth?
Regarding the books, all my favorite books are in the sidebar on the right and clicking on them will take you to amazon.com where they are available.
Have a great weekend.

Snowcatcher said...

My gosh, they're gorgeous! That's a pretty unique pattern. It's going to be wonderful!

Sandy said...

HI Charlotte, your daisy fillet is wonderful.. I can crochet but doing such small stitches makes me dizzy...and your comment on my blog today had me almost falling off my chair laughing...
thanks so much

Shari said...

I like it!! Can't wait to see the finished look ")

Keetha Broyles said...

"Daisy, Daisy,
Give me an answer, do!
I'm half crazy,
All for the love of YOU.
It won't be a stylish marriage,
I can't afford a carriage,
But you'll look sweet
Upon the seat,
Of a bicycle built for two!"

It's your fault - - - you got me started!

Heather - The Good Life said...

Your daisies are very pretty, but they look time consuming. Enjoy your project and your weekend. Heather

Shirley said...

Hi Charlotte, I am reading blogs, doing laundry, and giving the pharmacy enough time to fill some prescriptions so that I don't have to wait that long when I go to pick them up. I love your daisies and wish I had the time to do everything that I would like to do. Have a great weekend. Your Missouri Friend.

glor said...

Charlotte, the daisies are so pretty. Have a great weekend.

Flowers in the Window said...

The daisies are so pretty! Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog a couple of weeks ago and sorry I've taken so long to reply! You asked me what a car boot sale was. Well it's similar to your yard sales but everyone gets together in a field or car park and sells their stuff. Originally goods were sold from the car boot (or trunk) but nowadays people display their stuff on tables or blankets on the ground. they're great fun although people haven't got much money to spend at the moment. Good luck with your yard sale! Maggie xx

Cristin said...

So pretty! Have fun thrifting...I always love to see what people find!