Tuesday, December 8, 2009

~Finished Projects~

I thought I would share a few crocheted and knitted projects that I made for gifts. First is this red and white crocheted afghan, it was a gift to our home. A fun and quick afghan to make.

This baby girl crocheted blanket and knitted sweater was a gift for my niece Christine who had the most beautiful baby girl named Heidi two months ago.
Also for Heidi a knitted blanket and hat.

Another baby gift crocheted blanket and knitted hat. This was for our niece Amber who we (thought) was having a baby girl, but it's a boy who will be born this Friday Dec. 11 and we can't wait to meet him. So for now I will save this gift for the next baby girl to be born.
A quick sewing project, this red and blue blanket was for our Grandson Ty who love Cars and Optimus Prime! These are quick blankets that all the kids love. I sewed 11 pockets into Ty's blanket for him to keep his cars. The blanket is reversible.

A brown, green and white crocheted blanket and hat's were a gift for our niece Amber, who is having a baby boy who's name will be Logan and will be born this Friday Dec. 11.

I 'm still working on our giveaway gift for our upcoming 100th post. I am trying to post more so I can get to the 100th post.

My fingers have been very busy every day while resting on the couch. I can't wait to show you what I've been working on for our first giveaway.

Until the next post we wish you all good heath and the love of your family during the Christmas Season!


Anne Fannie said...

Elizabeth, your gift items are just beautiful! My Mom can knit and crochet. I just never learned. But your items are so beautiful, how lucky to receive one!
Thanks for visiting my blog tonight and for your sweet comment. I think its been awhile since I came to visit!
Hugs, Ann

Shirleyanne said...

Hi Elizabeth, your handmade gifts are beautifully made!
You've must have spent so many hours completing all these items, but I think its more satisfying to give. I'm sure they will be appreciated.
I have done some knitting in the pass but unfortunatley I don't find that so easy as sewing.

Take care & Kind Regards

Anonymous said...

Hi Elizabeth! everything you make is beautiful!!! handmade gifts are always the best because they come from the heart and alot of love goes into them....I think the recievers will just love them! I hope your foot is doing better, have a nice day! hugs, Jennifer

Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

You have been busy! What beautiful pieces. There are going to be some very lucky recipients!

BECKY said...

Hi Sweet Elizabeth! Gosh gal, you sure have been busy!! I love all of it especially the pink baby stuff and the red and white afghan for your home! You do such lovely work! What precious gifts to receive! I'm sure they will all love them!

Praying for you girl, and trusting that God is meeting your every need, and some of your wants, too!
Have a blessed day!

Becky said...

Elizabeth! Beautiful work! Do you know where I can get the directions for the first red and white one? I reeeeeeally like it!

Connie L. said...

Hi Elizabeth,
You are so creative--even on the couch with your foot elevated! As always your work is perfect. You are so talented. Is the white afghan with the red lines difficult?

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I hope you are healing quickly! You sure have been busy! I love the red and white afghan. It's beautiful and the colors I love. Take care of yourself!

Cottage Rose said...

OH Elizabeth; I wish I could knit and crochet, like you... I think hand made gifts are just the best,, each made with such care and Love.. your's are so Beautiful... My grandson would love a blanket like that,, he loves cars,,, was it a pattern,, or did you design it yourself.... can't wait to see what you have been working on... have a great week.


Melinda said...

Sounds like you are feeling better.
Those are beautiful gifts.
Those recieving them are going to love them.


Beverly said...

Your gifts are beautiful. I can't believe you have finished so much in such a short time. The baby items are so precious. Love the little blanket that has pockets for cars. What little boy wouldn't love that. But I have to say my favorite is the red and white afghan. I can't believe you made it. It looks so professional. I think it belongs in my home. You'll see why on my next post.
I'm happy your kids are coming to help you decorate. They will have fun and love being able to do it for you. Sit back and enjoy.

Nancy Yoakum said...

WOW! You've really been busy! I love everything! Nothing better in the world then someone receiving a homemade gift made with love! Hope you are doing well with your recovery. Have you been able to get around okay? Been thinking about you!

Smiles, Nancy

Chris said...

You HAVE been busy! I really need to get busy...

Each gift is so special. Love that blue and red blanket!


Anonymous said...

There isn't anything more precious than a handmade gift, and these are all so very beautiful!
Have a wonderful day today!

Michelle said...

You've been a busy bee! I wish I could crochet ~ you have made such beautiful gifts.. hope your recovery is speeding right along!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

You have been one busy lady for sure!!! Everything is precious!! Cool idea to keep those cars organized.

See you soon,

Vee said...

Your work is wonderful! Hope that you can give your hands a rest shortly. I am going to take a closer look at some of these projects and see what I might do for my grandsons NEXT year. That car blanket looks great.

Duchess of Tea said...

My darling I wish you and yours all the joy, love, hope, blessings, peace, laughter, miracles, good health and boundless wealth during this holiday season and always.

Love & Hugs

ShazRon said...

The receivers of such love cannot but be blessed!

May you hearts be happy always,

Susie Q said...

What beautiful treasures!!

I will be thinking about you and am sending you lots of wishes for a sweet day...

Merry Christmas dear friend...

Trudy said...

You sure do beautiful work! I wish I have the patience to knit and crochet. I would like to wish you, Gary and your family a Merry Christmas and a safe and healthy 2010!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Elizabeth!! Enjoy your family! Hugs, Jennifer

BECKY said...

Hi Sweet Elizabeth! Hope your Christmas was wonderful and that you are recovering and healing well. Been thinking about you and missing your posts!

Praying that all is well.
Love and hugs to you!

Cathy said...

Hi Elizabeth,

Valentine's Day is right around the corner! Yup, it is.

Please join me in my very first "Amour Valentine Swap". It's going to be easy, peezy and so much fun.
Just drop on over to my blog for the details, then send me an email if you'd like to participate. The more the merrier.


Duchess of Tea said...

Happy & Blessed New Year Elizabeth darling. Wishing you and yours good health, much happiness and vast fortune in the new year.

Love & Hugs

Patsy said...

Great projects. I know the recipients were so happy!! Have a blessed New Year!

BECKY said...

Hello lovely lady!!
Happy New Year to you!! Been thinking about you, and hoping and praying that all is well!

Can't wait til you're back blogging!!

Love and big HUGS gal!

Terry said...

Just dropped in to wish you a blessed and happy week .
Love all the items you have been busy creating :)
Thank you so much for sharing them with us .
I needed a little motivation to get a few things finished and now after seeing your beautiful creations I am inspired.
Thank you .
Happy Trails

Beverly said...

Elizabeth, Hope you are doing well. Been missing your blogs and worried about you. Hope you are getting to enjoy the New Year and will be back here soon.

Debi said...

Elizabeth and Gary,
Love the blankets!! Our grandson Brock is four and loves both cars and Optimis Prime!!! He would have loved a blanket like that! Do you mind if I borrow your idea of the pockets for his cars? Love that IDEA!! So neat! Hope your having a wonderfully blessed day.
Thanks for sharing!
Debi xo

nannykim said...

Oh I especially love the last two boy's hats!! REally cute. I also love love the red and white blanket. Is that pattern available on line?? I like to crochet because it is so relaxing, however I also love reading and the reading often wins out!!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Oh my! I Love all your knitted and crocheted creations! You have been busy! I just know that everyone appreciated these special gifts. Enjoy your week! Twyla

sandy said...

OPTIMUS PRIME!! My grandson who is about 4, is all about Optimus Prime. Love all these wonderful things you made.