Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Have a warm heart

Made a little moo for moo mania

playing around with some tim holtz embossing folders ..quite like these and not bad for £5

my crochet blanket so far..think I might do 4 panels then 2 blocks as a pattern

Sorted all my jumpers out and am wearing my fav norsk wool cardigan..love watching candles when its cold and stormy outside..peaceful and meditative..happy WOYWW

14 comments:

Robin Spitzer said...

Lorraine, love the Tim Holt's Embossing folders...Love that pop of color on them.

Looks like you are having a quite and peaceful day with your candles out. I am with you on that! There is something quite soothing about candles on a cold winter day.

Thank you for the lovely visit,

Robin #76

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

A wonderful Moo and other artwork, Lorraine.

Thank you for joining us at MOO-MANIA

froebelsternchen Susi said...

a great Moo Lorraine (thank you so much) and your granny square work is fabulous too.. so much love in each square! fantastic x- mas mood - your decoration looks really meditative... excellent!

Dianne said...

Hello Lorraine, lovely Moos with Tim's folder, beautiful crocheting, I admire people who can work with wool,love the candles, makes it all warm and fussy, thanks for sharing happy WOYWW Dianne #60

Carole said...

I like the embossing folders...very interesting
Carole #67

sheila 77 said...

Very attractive Moo with the warm heart.
I like your crocheted blanket very much, that's a nice idea with four squares per square.
And I could do with your Norsk wool cardi, it's freezing here.

trisha too said...

That moo is wonderful--she really does look as if she has a warm heart, you've captured her well, Lorraine.

You seriously make me wish I could crochet; your blanket is gorgeous.

:)

Cazzy said...

Hi Lorraine, thanks for visiting, yes owls are great and I love yours!
I found a dog hat pattern to try for a better size, just need to find that Aran I bought ages ago to make sheep, which haven't been hooked yet!
Lovely blanket, I must take a photo of one I made very many years ago, I "invented" triangular granny "squares", something I have recently seen announced as "new" in a crochet mag!
I love your Moo's too, never made any of those.
Cazzy x

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Wonderful MOO Card and your squares are amazing.
Wish you a nice weekend,
hugs Anja

Lorraine said...

Wow you are multi-talented, namesake ;)

Julia Dunnit said...

Like the Moo! And your blanket, lovely colours. Nice vignette of calm on your window sill.

Marianne Morris said...

Those embossing powders look very cool... I think I shall have to try them. Thanks for the inspirations!

Shilpa Nagaonkar said...

adorable moo!

Karen Ives said...

Love your blanket, I have just started one but it is not as pretty as yours!
Karen #59