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January 27, 2012

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Sue Christou

Is there a pattern instruction for the herb pot ? It's a super idea.

Drusilla

Herb pot fantastic.

Benedicte

merveilleuse idée :)) j'adore !!

Lucie Karasová

Dobrý nápad, zdravím z České republiky!!!

CraftyDawn

Oh Yes very inspired Love it! Dxx

everyday things

ab fab! so lovely and summery!

ps can you give us overseas people an addy for the yarnbombing so that we can send you our triangles, otherwise the post takes ages sometimes and they wont get there in time? cheers krissie @everyday things

Joanne

I absolutely love your crochet projects, they are all oh so pretty and inspiring. I honestly think you should write a book, with your talent and detail for instructions, it would be a smash hit!!

I love your yarn color selections and the details you add to make your projects pop. I love the bee button on this, it adds just the right whimsy!

Elaine

Oh how I needed that! It is SPECTACULAR!!

Michaelle Causley

You are so completely gifted and talented....your blog is... aaaahhhhmazing!!!!

Herbal Incense

Habitually admired your website. Looking ahead to new things in your website! A lot of thanks for your nice sharing.

Mary Wright

I just made one of these!! Love it! Used a milk carton. Thank you for sharing xx xx xx

Sarah

So cute, thanks for sharing

Lisa

Anyone out there know an equivalent to Rico creative cotton in New Zealand? I like the look this yarn gives- less fluff.

Diane

Have you tried Elann.com ? They are based in Canada. I've used their "Sonata". Very nice colors as well :)

deanne

omgoodness i always have these soups i'm so going to make some of these, thank you so much for sharing x

Angela Duvall

You asked about cotton yarn in the U.S. ... I like to use Peaches & Creme...

Roxy

Hello how are you? Good idea, I love for my cactus. What a beautiful blog you have and beautiful fabrics. I love your blankets to Roxy soon

angie

hi lucy i love the carton jacket and the flower is brilliant,is there any chance you could do a tutorial for us beginners please,i am very slowly picking up crochet with the help of your tutorials and pictures.
thank you
Angie

Veronica

Wonderful!!

Ielda Jesus

Lindo! Parabéns!

Sônia Maria

Great job!
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Heike

Recycling can be such colourful fun!!

Julia Nunn

Great idea! Unfortunately here in Spain we can only buy ready cut herbs from the market, none in the supermarkets, but some of the garden centres sell little pots of growing herbs. I will have to adapt a bit to the sizes but its do-able. Thanks for the inspiration!

DaCraftyLady

vedry cute and I love the bee, I am like that I have a ton of buttons and don't use them very often but I have started to add them to my projects. In the US I like to use Egyptian cotton yarn it is soft and sturdy and has a lot fo bright colors. But my fav yarn shop went out of business so I have to find it online. I also like Omega Cotton :) great idea about putting the herbs in this container.

Bari Jo

Pure genius you are!!! I just LOVE this too... I haven't even gotten to the tuna cans and now I will be looking at milk cartons a whole new way! ;o) I am not sure about the cottons here in the US - I am just learning crochet but we have a store called Hobby Lobby and the cotton I have tried is their brand, called, I LOVE THIS COTTON and it seems to work up nice - splits a wee bit, but still seems to work nicely for baby cloches and I have also made a few dishcloths of it and also Sugar and Cream cotton yarn... sure would like to find some of the Rowan that you use!

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