Good luck… and rainbow VOMIT!

Today has been a good day, for something bright and rainbow-y has yet again found its way into my path.


A rainbow-heart-beaded friendship bracelet! Don’t you just feel the happiness OOZING out of it?! It has made me very happy indeed. 20p from a charity shop. 20p! Best 20 pence that I have ever spent in my entire life! Please excuse me for my excitement at such a simple object, I must be quite easily pleased. But, as a wiseman once said, the best things in life are free (or very cheap, like somewhere in the region of 20p).

I was in town today you see looking round all of the charity shops for things that I can clutter the house with, as I do, and I thought that I should try out my new hat that I made only yesterday and my gloves too. Because, you see, sadly, it looks like autumn is well on the way now and it is getting quite chilly indeed. But thats no matter when you have things to keep you nice and warm! I felt all cosy wrapped upand thought that they looked quite nice too, if I might say so myself. Here is mister Red Bear modelling the beret:


And here are the gloves, which I made from this pattern on the My Favourite Things Blog.


I am now going to excitedly look at my new bracelet whilst I finish my Rainbow Granny Square baby blanket. It only needs one more round of Violet now and then it will be complete!


And you’ve even got a little bit of footage of my footage in there too! (I hope that you get that, because I thought that it was quite witty)

Please excuse the terrible quality of the photos. I have the oldest phone… in the world, and it only takes VGA which is like, less than a megapixel. 

Will have to get a memory card for my better camera at some point so that you can see my crochet wonderstuff in all of its fabulousness! Happy times till next time. Shark. X


Rainbow stuff

I love to crochet, and I have started to make some rainbow-y things. Here I have made 3 rainbow granny squares of different types for you to see here. Image


And above are the other two squares along with my name that I crocheted to go on the wall next to the boyfriends name but I still haven’t got round to doing his yet. For the letters I used the Moogly Crochet Alphabet, which you can find here.


More crochet goodness coming soon! x x x