Saturday, February 20, 2010

Michigan Cherries



Here are a few pictures of my finished Cherries. I had so much fun learning to Crochet and I can't wait try some other foods. I think I might make K an apple and a pear next (I already have the red and green yarn). I have 7 sets of cherries, 5 for the swap, 1 for the swap host, and 1 for K for his birthday. For K's birthday Casey is going to make him a play kitchen. We're not sure exactly how yet, we are still in brainstorming mode. I'm going to make him food, apron, and other kitchen items.
My aprons are almost done and then I think I'm going to go back to making some gnomes. I have a few ideas I'm excited to try.

5 comments:

softearthart said...

Cherries,cherries, we have just finished the Xmas season eating cherries, they were expensive $10 a punnet, your son will have them all year long. Cheers Marie

softearthart said...

Thank, My rainbow does look lovely in a window, with the suns rays shinning through. cheers Marie

Barbara said...
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Basheegirl said...

These came out so amazing! I heart them!!!

Basheegirl said...

By the way, still can't figure out how you ended up learning to crochet everything inside out. i ill have to remedy that some day....