Thursday, 27 January 2011

Play Date Cafe Challenge

Took ages to wind the single strands round, but think it is worth it!
lilac or purple this week so I have entered my purple wreath made from wool wound round a polystyrene circle and decorated with shabby flowers

8 comments:

Michele Gross said...

Wow! You have incredible patience to wind that gorgeous pattern all around! So worth it though, as this is fab! Your flowers are stunners too :) So glad to have you back at The Play Date Cafe! :D

Fiona said...

Hi Barbara, lovely to see you stopping by the Play Date Cafe this week! What patience to wind that yarn so neatly around the wreath! Hope to see you back soon :)

Julie Ranae said...

It is so wonderful to see you back with us this week, Barbara...this wreath is quite amazing and we're glad you thought of The Play Date Cafe with it : ) xx

Nicks said...

Its lovely mate, BUT I think it would look loads better in green and in my hall (hint hint)

Sarah Anderson said...

all that wool winding was definitely worth it, this is fab Barbara! Glad to see you back with us at the play date cafe :)

Jaclyn Miller said...

Wow, I bet that was time consuming but it looks marvelous. Thanks for sharing it at the Play Date Cafe.

Ruby said...

Such a pretty wreath! What a fab idea, it must have taken ages, but so worth the effort, lovely job! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

WOW! That must have taken forever--but it was WORTH IT! LOVE those flowers--they are beautiful! It's wonderful having you back and playing along with us:) Thanks for playing along and joining in the fun over at the PDCC:)


This is an ATC which means an Artists Trading Card where people from all over swap these little cards. They measure 2 1/2ins by 3 1/2 ins and they cannot be bought.