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January 21, 2012


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You are genius.

Katherine of Kitten's Lost Her Mittens

I love these! They're so pretty!! I think the one with the flowers is my favorite. But I like how they're so adaptable - lots and lots of ways to decorate them. Looking forward to the pattern!


Very artsy and fun, as always! I like them all. Girl, you are amazing.


We will have a lot of tuna the next week ....;-))


Oh wow these are so cute and gorgeous I think we will have to have some Tuna so I can have a go

Jackie x


Fabaulous idea, thanks.
Thought you'd like to know that I am just going down stairs to teach my husband how to make hexagons following your tutorial. He is making the granny square blanket at the moment but wants another project for inbetween.
Wish him well....

Miss Holly

Well...you have really done it this time!!!! I will be making these maybe today!!! And I have 9 cats so lots of tins....very clean tins..I might add...
Just beautiful!!!!!

Mandy McCauley

How fantastic! Lovely colours as always. xxx


Great idea, especially the pretty tins for storage ideas! TFS ;-)


So pretty! I love them all!




They so look like they could become fabulous bracelets, I am coveting one already....

Purple Princess

Yup, awesomeness. Used to be a mere can of tuna now a desirable knick-knacky yarny item of gorgeousness! Result I'd say.


Oh they look so pretty and happy!! That's actually a pretty good idea, using a tuna tin. I'll pass that along to my mom!

Rachel Mackin

These are lovely. The flowery one would go well in my living room! I'll have to pull my finger out and get making some tuna sandwiches first.

Crafty Gardener

Fabulous little idea. I'm sure tins of all sizes would work well. We just had tuna sandwiches yesterday, so I'm off to the recycling box to find the tin.

Allie Cat

What a fab idea! I love it! I've been buying loads of narssici pots lately and de-soiling them and putting them in vintage bowls full of beach pebbles ( well I live in Cornwall and there are plenty of beaches around here!) I got the idea from a the book "homemade". I must say it does look good in our Art room, very cheerful indeed! But I think tuna sandwiches may be in order very soon! :-) xxx


Que bello y q buen gusto e ingeniosa.
Lamento tanto no poder leerte.
Un fuerte abrazo Susana


Oh how fun, love it, love it, love it.
My new crochet brain can't think of how you get the bead on the yarn :(
Crocheting to the tune of 8 inches of snow on the ground in wa state.
thanks for the tease, the end result is so darling.....


Another FAB idea Lucy and they look fantastic too! :O)xx


SOOOOO adorable! My favorite kind of project.....quick but gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait for your tute. Looks like we'll be having tuna casserole this week.....

Lisa G.

What a clever person you are. So cute!


génial, super bonne idée!
vive les trouvailles de Lucy


The one with flowers . . . divine!! Absolutely love, love, love the tiny flowers and the color of the stripes to go with. I don't know how your house can even stand one more delightful piece of hooky happiness!!


Very nice, I will be eating a lot of tuna to make similar creations.
You're an inspiration!


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