Monday, April 27, 2009

Spring has arrived....

Even if there are lots and lots of snow left..
Spring has arrived...
The swans are swimming in the lake...
Flowers have started to come up from frozen ground...
..and my eyes have started to be red and itchy...
and Im tired...
SPRING I S HERE !!!
And I dont mind at all..
I love it!!!

Started to crochet yesterday...
Hexagons...
EDIT!!!
Pattern from Attic 24...

...I ended up using all colours...
It is so much fun...
but not so good for the finger...so I cant make so many a day...
Hope to sew some tomorrow..
too tired today...
Early bed for me...
See you soon...

34 comments:

  1. Yippee for Spring flowers! I'm teaching myself how to crochet...can't wait to be able to do granny squares. LOVE your hexagons.

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  2. So happy you have spring!!! And those crocheted hexagons are LOVELY!

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  3. Your flowers are beautiful. Love the colors you picked out for your crochet.

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  4. Beautiful! I love to crochet!!! Love your blog!

    Lilly

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  5. Enjoy your Spring! If Sweden is like the states, it doesn't last long. Your crocheted hexagons are lovely. All the different colors make them so pretty.

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  6. Stina, really like your hexie's, can't wait to see the finished project, but don't work those fingers to hard.
    Beautiful pictures, rest up.
    Bonnie

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  7. Crochet too!! You are a woman of many talents. Your hexagons are beautiful. I think that we missed Spring here in NY. It is in the high 80's today. We haven't even had time to put the air conditioners in yet! Tomorrow it is supposed to be in the 50's. My kind of day!

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  8. Awwwwww, your crochet hex is very pretty! Hummmm..... that's another way to do hexagons, hun? :-)

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  9. Yes, finally the spring arrives here too. Your croched hexagones looks nice, but bee careful with your hand..

    Take care!

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  10. Wow do great minds think alike! I was just talking to Beth about starting to do a Crochet hexagon quilt.... boy o boy we definitely are on the same wave length!

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  11. The colors you chose for your crocheted hexagons are wonderful. Very shabby chic!

    Spring flowers always are so exciting to see after a long winter. Yours are beautiful and signs of good things to come.

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  12. Yes, spring has finally arrived here too! It is wonderful!! I just love your crotched hexagons, the colors are fantastic!

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  13. Oh, makes me feel like dragging out the crochet, Stina!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  14. The flowers are lovely and the crocheted hexagons are wonderful! It seems like there are hexagons everywhere!

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  15. Spring has sprung!! Love your crochet!

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  16. Ser man på....du har börjat med hexagonerna! Visst är de skoj att virka?!

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  17. Hey Stina! While you're doing a happy dance to welcome your spring warmth, I've got a frowny face, cos it's getting COLD here!! EEEK! You KNOW how I hate winter!! SIGH! Must be time to hibernate! :0) Love your crocheted hexigons - those colours all look so good together and I can imagine how all the different combinations of them will come up - BEAUTIFULLY!! Can't wait to see, but don't you stress your poor sore finger!!! Be a good girl! :0) Have a fabulous week - Bear Hugs! KRIS

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  18. Spring is so wonderful! Glad it finally is there for you (O:

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  19. Wow Spring looks so inviting with all those beautiful flowers, its starting to get cold here now thats good lots of guilt free sewing time..lol. Your crocheted hexies look great, pretty colours you have used.

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  20. It sure is nice to see Spring. Love your crocheted hexagons. What are you making?

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  21. Cute hexagons! Glad spring has finally arrived the very north of Europe. Watching earth coming to live again gives you new energy.

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  22. I like the color choices of your hexagons. I am impressed! I am ready to plant flowers & get some of that lovely color around my house!

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  23. I'm glad spring is on it way. Great granny squares I can not croquet.

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  24. I think your hexagons look great! I can't wait to see the finished project!

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  25. Hello Stina, your hexagon flowers are truly beautiful....love the colours you have jused......take care....Hugs lyn

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  26. Love your Little Hexie's they are Cute...Nice Header too...Gorgeous Flowers..
    cheers

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  27. Another way to make hexagons . . . . oh, dear - I may have to learn how to crochet, too *s*

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  28. Stina, love the colors you chose for the hexagons. You have inspired me to go find my hook and buy some yarn. I've been thinking about crocheting again and this pattern might get me started.
    I hope the snow goes away completely for you--enjoy the spring weather.

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  29. Your hexagons are delightful, Stina. The word you need is crochet, pronounced kro-shay. Crotch is something else ENTIRELY.

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  30. What lovely hexagons. Maybe one day I will learn to do more than just double crochet? LOL The trouble is I sew too much.

    Congratulations on your wonderful prize too. Sorry it took so long to catch up, I've been making and wrapping things for days- so many birthdays.

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  31. FINALLY!!!! ;o) I'm glad spring has found your area!
    Your hexagons are beautiful. I'm always amazed what people can do with crocheting...
    Hugs, Julia

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  32. Jaaaaa !!! visst är det härligt att våren är här !!!
    Kram på dig.
    Åsa

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  33. Enjoy your Spring, Stina! Your hexagons are pretty! Did you get "hooked" on them?

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