Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Wednesday (Creative Title,huh?)

I crocheted a couple more dishcloths for my shop. Well, one and a half. I made these a touch bigger so I ran out of yarn. I'll get more today and finish. I'm going to make some for myself. I just love them.I heart a crocheted dishcloth
Little thing with drawers from the thrift store..prepaint

Yesterday I painted this drawer thingey I got at goodwill. I got it several months ago and it's been a few different colors. I think I'm finally happy with it.

Today is date day. After a couple of errands, we can relax and enjoy some time "out" together.

Hope everyone is having a great day.


BlueJude said...

Like your drawer! Have a GREAT DATE NIGHT!!

Isabelle said...

Hi Lisa! Lovely things to gaze at on your blog, as usual! I love that dishcloth colour, so pretty! And you did a great job with that "hutch" (don't know why, it evokes a hutch to me!) What a pretty arrangement.
Hope your date was great! :)

Deb said...

Very pretty dishcloths, and I love what you did with the drawer unit~looks great!

Kate said...

I love what you did with the drawer unit too. It looks great.

Deb said...

What a transformation! I have the bird cavallini paper as well - it looks gorgeous on the back of your

Anonymous said...

Cool, I love the birdy.

butterfly collector said...

your little cabinet looks fabulous!

Kelleigh said...

I love the drawer thingy! (Almost anything with a bird motif has me sold). Very pretty.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Lovely photographs, you have such a great eye for composing.

Gemma said...

Hi Froggy...hope Date Night was fun!!!xoxo

Me said...

Oooooh - I love the transformation of the drawer...I wouldn't not have seen that particular potential in it!! Beautiful...

BTW I got a catalog in the mail yesterday, one that I love to look at and I thought of you and wondered if you've ever got it. It is a wonderful place to get ideas - the samplers in particular would be a great mine for ideas for your shop.

LisaOceandreamer said...

It's always fun to repurpose/revamp/rejuvinate something - I like how you redid the little chest and how it looks on the table.
Hope you had a great date day!

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Hi! You did a wonderful job on that little drawer unit--love the bird, such a cute touch! I have to agree with you too about the hand made dish cloths--once you start using them, there is no way you can go back to the chintzy storebought ones--they just don't cut it!
Smiles, Karen
p.s. I hope you have a wonderful date night--I'm gonna have to start that around here!

Dotee said...

I have been very busy at work this week so have missed some of your posts. Am catching up now:)

Love, love your dishclothes (what a great idea Lisa).

And your draw thingey' (is that it's technical name? he hee) looks fabulous revamped. Love the colors you have used and the Cavallini paper (love their stuff) looks so good.

Hope you enjoyed your date night! Wish I had someone to have a date night with. Aahhh, there's always the kitties *grin*.

Love you sweetiepie xx

Lee-ann said...

Your drawers Lisa are charming and do very much suit the colour they are now. yes very nice.

I ahve enjoyed my visit to your blog page today as it has been a fair while since I was last here. your blog always makes me feel well how do I say it "comfortable" yes thats it.

I look forward to my next visit soon.

Colette said...

Drawer Thingy looks so much better now that it's passed through your hands!


Terri /Tinker said...

I hope Blogger will let me post a comment today! At least I can see the word verification thingy (it wouldn't show it to me yesterday! stinker)
Anyway - I wanted to tell you how much I love your drawer thingy! Especially the cute little birdie.
I wish I could crochet as well as you do - your stitches and shapes look so neat and even - believe me, you would not want to see what mine look like :D
Hope you had a great date night!

Orange Blossom Goddess (aka Heather) said...

That drawer thingey looks so fancy! I like the little bird.

melba said...

I like these dishcloths!

Anonymous said... sulk. Hope all is well :) Hugs