Friday, June 1, 2012

Cozy

Cold and raining in Brisbane today, so I thought I would find a spot in the lounge surrounded by colour and yarn and crochet away like an old granny!



Twirly bits ready to turn into flowers.






The beginning of my floralness and colourful creations.



Off for another cup of tea and smelling the roses on the way!



Have a lovely weekend.

Pam x

14 comments:

Stylish Kylie said...

Happy crocheting. It's perfect weather for it.

Belle Inspirations said...

Sounds ideal! Those roses are oh so beautiful! Have a lovely weekend xx

Sarah B said...

What a cosy spot your have there. So comfy and colourful. Add in a cuppa and it's perfection.
Speaking of perfection, Pam can you please plase plase find out the name of the amzing rose for me? I have an inkling it could be a Delbard variety but am not sure. I'd love to plant it :)
x

Linda Lilly Cottage said...

Oh that looks fabulously warm, cosy and colourful!! Are you going to make one of those wreaths?? That would be so good!
Looking forward to catching up very soon...and to see your finished projects.
Happy Weekend,
Kiss Noises Linda

Jane said...

sounds like a perfect day. I wish of how I wish i could whip up the little crochet flowers. Is that your own rose? what is it called? my garden needs one! have a good weekend. Jane x

delia hornbook said...

Just beautiful Pam. I love the colours in your home and in your flowers. Have a lovely weekend, and enjoy your crochet. dee x

Makeminemidcentury said...

God I wish I could crochet.

Pam, you're so clever and colourful.

What happened to work? Isn't it a drag?

jeanetteann said...

Oh it's raining here in Adelaide too. I think I will just join you for a cup of tea,and some crochet time. I love all the colours of your woo.
Lovely cosy spot for such a nice pastime. Keep warm. xx

Restyled Vintage said...

What an absolute riot of gorgeousness that looks Pam, just beautiful! Love those roses too, I have never seen any two toned like that before.

The weather is very wet here too, which I am not thrilled about as I have a market on Sunday and I have been working hard to get things ready for it. On the plus side, I suppose I will have plenty of stock all ready to go for the next one if this one is rained out!

xx Karen

Ann said...

Gorgeous roses!

polkadotpeticoat said...

I love this Happy colorful couch with cushions post....

Tiff said...

Oh Pam, it is perfect weather to crochet! Sandrine put me on to the gorgeous Brissy wool shop 'Tangled Yarns' and I got up last weekend... going back for more ASAP! I got a great cotton merino blend for my blanket! you will have to have a look if you haven't already. X

Nellie McCarthy said...

Your flowers look fantastic Pam. Sounds like a perfect way to spend a rainy day. xx

Delisa said...

Hi Pam! I just loved your post today. I love to crochet and knit and I must say you are doing a wonderful job on your flowers! I love the colors you chose and all the different shapes and sizes. Your pictures are as always so refreshing, bright and inspiring. We have just started our summer here in Georgia. We had a huge tropical rain storm last week, that blew up from Florida with great gusts of wind. Then yesterday there was a tornado warning just 5 miles down the road. June is the start of our rainy season. But it is also quite nice too. The rain usually rolls in during the afternoon and cools everything down for the evening. All the humidity also gives the air a special softness. I have had a busy spring, I am still working away on some of my knitting projects and also have been planning some new flower beds and gardens. I hope to be finished with the planting soon, I'm getting a little bit of a late start. I still write on the "Dances With Yarn" blog and last month I began a second blog called "Chronically Living" sharing some of my experiences in living with chronic pain. So it has been a busy writing time. Have a beautiful afternoon ahead Pam! Delisa :)