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January 27, 2009

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Sarah

Please please please make some more of these lovely jar sleeves and pop them in your etsy shop - I need one (or two!) in my life!!

A Thrifty Mrs

Great combination.

simone

They look so much prettier out of that brown plastic pot. The only thing though is do they need drainage? I love spring flowers. They make you feel that good things are to come.

Tilly Rose

I love the pot ocvers..... I have my mother in law coming to se us on Friday armed with kitting and crochet materials to give me a lesson.....will keep you posted.....I love the bunting you are makiing for your bathroom....I can sympathise with you and your workmen...I have had a new kitchen and conservatory and yesturday we had new carpet fitted in the lounge and new flooring in the kitcen and bathroom and so we had to keep out of the way in the bedroom...not so easy with a 2yr old and a 1 yr old !!!!!

xxxxx

Tilly Rose

Hay Lucy.... do you have a pattern, if thats what its called, for your pot covers ???

xxx

Gina

They looks so much nicer in the glass jars especially with the beautiful striped pot covers.

fleur

Great idea!

Cat

Pretty pretty. Will look scrumptious when they flower! Cat x

Judy

That is so cute...I have a plant that I just can't stand the pot it's in. I'm going to head to my stash today and try to whip one up.

Hen

Lovely, as usual, Luce, very cheery indeed. Hope the bulbs don't mind not having drainage holes in the bottom?
Hen x

fifiquilter

Love the crochet jar covers - really uplifting idea to brighten up January afternoons.

Mary Poppins

Gorgeous, so special that you carried them delicately in the shopping bag to make sure they were safe :) and I love the jam jar covers,

Well done :)

X

Nancy

I just went to Rhondi's blog and she said we should pop over to visit you. I only saw this post so far, but I am off to see more of your blog. I love the pop cover you did. I chrochet, but never made them.
Nancy

Alex

Beautiful, I must get some flowers when I am out next...

xAlex

dottycookie

Those are really, truly lovely. Lucy, every time I come here you inspire me to pick up my crochet hook - thank you!

Kar

The jar covers really make things look great. I keep all my glass jars when emptied also and have quite the stash. You never know when you need a good jar. I really have to get myself going on some greenery for the house. I am sooooo ready for spring! Well, off the finish my to-do list. Must get back to finishing the blanket asap. Tomorrow is the big finally! I can feel it. :)

Have a super day Lucy!!
Kar XXXXXXXXXXXX

Rachel

Oh how beautiful!!!

Sheila

Hi, I just popped in to visit you from Rhondi's Rose Colored Glasses, and I'm really enjoying your blog. I love color, and apparently you do, too. My sister is the handwork specialist in our family, and she loves to crochet. I wish I was as talented as you two are!

I'm so glad I found you and hope you'll come visit me at my blog (in Florida)!

XO,

Sheila :-)

cathleen

Hi Sweet Face!! You are making me crazy today with those little green shoots that remind me of spring.....off to stick my nose in some gardening catalogs!!

Ellen

I like the jars with and without the covers. Neat that you can 'watch' the root system, but also neat that you can make a jam jar prettier.

Riet

Hi. Rhondi sent me here and it is so nice to meet you. I have been looking through your blog and I find you make wonderful things. Your crocheted afghans are beautiful. I see the style from Kaffe Fasset. I am a fan of his quilting.
Thank you for letting me look.
Riet, The Netherlands

felicity

they look so fresh and full of promise for spring, and I love the covers. You are so talented, I'm still attempting a ripple blanket its gone a bit wonky!!
Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, I hope you dont mind I mentioned your last post on my blog, it still makes me giggle!
Felicity xx

Hanneke

i really really like your style thanks for sharing

greetings Hanneke

pharmacy

You did a great job with those pots. They look spectacular.

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