Saturday, February 19, 2011

Slow week for craft.

Today it is raining in the North of Tas.. A great day for the garden , no watering needed for the vegie patch, but I can crochet to my little hearts content... :))            

Two more coffee mug holders for my Grandchildren  Dee and Jay ( who love everything their granny makes) ..
Cute mug..


I am up to 60 squares for the Crochet a Rainbow and loving every moment of it..

Crochet a Rainbow.


Badges by Jane. P.I.F.
This week has been one of , preserving, and freezing.. 15 jars of peaches and a few bags of beans for freezing.
How lucky are we in our little garden, to have such wonderful produce.


I can see the grapes are starting to get colour in them, and it wont be long before the jam pan comes out for the making of grape jam.. Oh yes I can smell it now... :))


That's it from me for this week, lets hope there is more crocheting and crafting next week..
Thanks for stopping by.. stay safe:))

10 comments:

Debi Y. said...

The coffee mug holders are so cute - great work with the C a R squares. :)

Lia said...

Nice mugs and, wow, a lot of beautiful, coloured 'rainbow'-squares.
Have a nice weekend, greetings, Lia

glor said...

Sixty squares, mug cozies, canning ... my goodness you are one busy gal. How wonderful to have a garden as yours. Such freshness, can't beat it. Have a great weekend.

Pammy Sue said...

Wow, you have made a LOT of squares! How lovely for whoever gets them in Australia. Your mug cozies for your grandchildren are cute.

T's Daily Treasures said...

You are so fortunate to have produce from your garden and the know how to put up for later use. Always a good day when crafting is involved. Best wishes, Tammy

Maria said...

Your rainbow squares look wonderful. Cute little cup cozies. You must love it that the grandchildren like their hand-made gifts from you

pattas said...

Ladies thankyou for all you comments.. have a great day :))

One pair of Hands said...

Your rainbow squares are lovely. That's going to be a very pretty rug. The mug warmers are a great idea. Isn't it nice to think you could still be eating your own garden produce in Winter.

Killiecrankie Farm said...

A slow week you say Pat !
I'd hate to see you at full steam.
Your new mug coasters for the grandkids are great.
And the idea of your grape jam has my mouth watering - must give that a go :)

Teen2 said...

Lovely Pat, gorgeous colours.. Love the mug coasters..:))