January 30, 2014

pretty favs from january.....


H E L L O

A short little post of my favorites from this month. January sure has been a slow one.
A very dark gloomy month but you can't tell it was by all the color in my photos. Color has been my friend this month. Lots of blue and pinks, yellows and greens and everything in between.
 All of it just speaks to me. It's like a craving!
I just can't get enough of it. 

W A N T  M O R E !
I want so much more, my to- do -list is growing. I have so many plans. So many little ideas that keep popping up in my head, that I am not sure what to start next.


I finished my hexagon blanket. I am just waiting on a sunny day to photograph it!

Be back soon...

xxxxxxx

Shari



 




 

20 comments:

  1. SO pretty sweet friend! Your projects are such a welcome sight with all of their color! I agree with you about January and am looking forward to starting up February here in a day! You have serious talent!!! Take care...Nicole xoxo

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  2. What a gorgeous little collage Shari! Your crochet is just so pretty, you are an inspiration! I have added your link to my CAL, thank you.
    Marianne x

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  3. You have made such lovely things Shari, and had a very productive month!! Looking forward to seeing the finished hexi blanket! xx

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    1. Thank you Amy, I can't wait to show it off!

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  4. This post sure banishes the winter blues! So many pretty things from your month - I can't wait to see the finished blanket! Please consider linking this to the Bloomin' CAL on my blog? :-) Chrissie x

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely message Chrissie and I would be so happy to link to your bloomin CAL
      hugs to you....Shari

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  5. Pretty, pretty post Shari. I think in the winter we need a boost of color. I sure do! I can't wait to see what you're up to next.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  6. Hello Shari (I am Crochet and Crafting with Linda Dawn on G+) this is my first post on your blog. What a beautiful collection of photo's for January, they have brightened up my day and I will have to work backwards on your blog so I can enjoy the projects in their entirety. You have a very well laid out blog and your banner looks so pretty, I love the little mouse in her white crochet dress.

    I think I may spend quite some time here today x

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    1. Hi Linda and welcome to my blog. I was most happy to hear you love my little space here and I do hope you will come back soon.
      xx Shari

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  7. Gorgeous pictures of your January crafts and colours, Shari! Perfect to brighten up these gloomy days! Wishing you a happy weekend.
    Helen xx

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  8. Can't wait for a sunny day for so many reasons now! One to get rid of this awful rain and two, to get a piccy of your blanket. Jo x

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  9. Oh indeed hasn't it been dreary this month?! I can always count on you to brighten things up a bit though... and congratulations on finishing the hexagon blanket! I'm still looking for a pattern I like for a hexagon blanket.
    Hugs my dear friend and keep warm... it's been like a heat wave here today, 37F!!! It's been very brrrr in the house though!
    Beth P

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  10. Such a pretty post. I'm pretty new here and this pretty collage certainly makes us all skippy happy. Looking forward to seeing your projects in fab. Enjoy your weekes. Shari xxx

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  11. Beautiful photo's so many lovely makes, looking forward to seeing your blanket roll on some sunshine
    Clare x

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  12. Thanks for sharing your beautiful projects with us, Shari! Viewing your photos always leaves me feeling encouraged and energized to tackle my creative projects :) xx

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  13. Lovely pics, lovely work Shari - what a busy successful girl you are! Hugs, Joy xo

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  14. Hi Shari! Just found your blog, had a nice visit, and just joined as a new follower. Hope you're enjoying the weekend!
    Lynne

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