I'm a happy go lucky girl living in the Land of Enchantment. I enjoy a variety of crafts; from knitting, mixed media and journal making. I hope you enjoy your visit and join the family!
oh, lovely multi coloured spaghetti?janet
Ooooo absolutely lovely!
Hi Kay, your yarn is beautiful, as for me, there are so many things that I love. It would take a new blog to start listing them :)My hubby and I are celebrating our 37th wedding anniversary this week and we are having a $25 give-a-way, please come over and get your name in the drawing :)Have a marvelous week,Your blogging sister, Connie
Gorgeous assortment of yummy yarn, does it make me go weak at the knees you bet!!! Love it all... Hugs May x x x
Oh those knockout colors. I know exactly what you mean, even though I'm not a knitter/crocheter or yarn person. I get that way (or used to!) with fabric. You don't know which piece to touch first and you want 'em all! Color is so powerful, and this picture really invokes all that glorious feeling. Hope the condo bit is coming right along! Hugs Mary
Oh WOW Kay, what fabulous colours! I love all of them.Hugs, Di xx
What irony, Kay. After being unable to access your blog for so long, I was on my way to leaving you a message, when I saw your awesome comment. Sorry, I don't remember eye shadow from the 70s, but it's an idea I might try to explore later in the month. My friend Sally gives me her old makeup, and I keep thinking I'll find a use for it.I'm not really a fan of yarn, but I adore color. I love to dye fabric, and these yarns look hand dyed, so that makes them very pretty in my book.
That wool looks great hanging there all those coloursJackie 8
Paper. Cardstock, printed paper, books, wrapping paper, journals, text weight papers, writing paper. I just love paper.
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