12 August, 2011

Crocheted Fern Leaf Gift

 Crocheted, Cotton Fern Leaves.

You may think it's an unusual birthday gift? 
Well, little 'E' turned ONE recently. 
Ahhh, his first trip around the Sun!
  • His parents are very into our local Flora (& Fauna).
  • E's name means 'Tree' (well, a Fern is a plant!)
  • & his Mama is in a crafty place right now...
Happily, they all Got It ~ which means a lot to me, because of course, 
these leaves were made with loads of Love.

I found the pattern within the pages of this beautiful book 

As an aside, I need to get the Sister book to this one 

...it's on my Book Depository Wishlist...

Happy Birthday 'E'
Another very special year ahead for you, I'm sure!

9 comments:

  1. Ooo I have that first book, love it! and you really didn't need to add another book to my wishlist!

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  2. I KNOW Shannon...Right?
    My Wishlist on The Book Depository is now TWELVE pages long!!!
    I'm certainly a book-a-holic, Oh how I love them.

    Thanks sooo very much for reading along, you must know I just adore your blog ♥

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  3. Your fern leaves are gorgeous! Thanks for the book links :)

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  4. Hmm, I have my book list on Fishpond and it's only 1 1/2 pages long - I thought that was being a bit ambitious until now!! Mind you, it's about to be two books longer, thanks for that !!!

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  5. The ferns (one of my favorites) turned out lovely! Those books look excellent, I'll have to see if I can locate nice, used copies. (I'm a bit of a book addict too)

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  6. Hi Melissa ~ Op Shops and 2nd hand book sales, Oh My! It's often even costly to let me loose around those places too. A recently bought SIX books from one Op Shop...now I need some time to read them...

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  7. I am pretty addicted to crocheting at the moment...and funnily enough just bought 2 books a couple of night ago on fishpond. I am off to our craft group tomorrow to learn how to do wrist warmers.

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  8. Oh, these are lovely too! (Sadly, I don't knit. Someday...someday...) I'm so enjoying exploring your blog. So many sweet projects and wonderful ideas.

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  9. Dionne ~ I am completely self taught to crochet. Over several nights, from a book (when little babes were sleeping), in bed!
    With a little perserverance you too will be able to accomplish it, I'm sure!
    Thank you too for your exploring and sweet comments. I just love comments :)

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