Friday, 29 July 2011

One of those bagged crochet projects......finished

Had a little bit of a sort out yesterday but l got distracted and finished one of those little bagged project from a couple of weeks back
Another New Pastel Daisy Granny Square Cushion finished
Chunky yarn and a 6mm hook....bagged was 7 daisy squares so added 2 more and joined them together made a back and hey presto a cushion made
It was a good idea to bag the million of possible projects..l keep picking up and finishing one every now an then
Same pattern as l used for the daisy square rug

The Mint l popped into water on the window sill a month ago has grown lots of roots so l'll pot each sprig and hope they grow outside
Phil finished the bin store and l found a Clematis that will go in a large pot to the one side and grow over the the plant, got the potting compost, just need the right pot now!

Have a a Fabulous Friday everyone
hugs to all xx


  1. Hello Suz,
    What a gorgeous cushion you made (again) I love the pastel colour choice.

    I have a lot of mint in my garden. Love the scent.

    Have a nice weekend.

  2. The mint will spread so I'd plant it in a flower pot :-) I love ours and often stroke it as I walk past....It's good for lowering the stress levels so I grow a lot! :-)
    A x

  3. Wow! What a beautiful cushion! I love the colours.

  4. Really love the colours in your cushion Suz, gorgeous. Lesley x

  5. Sooo pretty, it's a great feeling when we finally get round to finishing something isn't it? 8D

  6. I love the daisy grannies! I am dying to try out a pattern myself. These are great :)

  7. Mint usually roots really easily so I think you will do well. I separated out lots of bits of root into pots this spring and they have made huge plants!

    Love the crochet, too.

    Pomona x

  8. Suz, I adore the cushion! I have wanted to make a pillow cover for so long now.. those darn grandkids take up lots of time.. LOL!
    Mint... oh I love mint. I have 4 varieties here. Chocolate mint, Lemon mint, Spearmint and Peppermint! My granddaughter picks a bouquet of it each time she comes and feeds the chickens the lemon mint.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)