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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

In the Pink!

My favorite color is....PINK!!! It has been ever since I can remember. Well, except for when I was eleven and I fell in love with orange for about a year. After that, I was in the pink again. I find that when I am shopping I gravitate towards anything pink! I especially love dark pink. I love putting pink in combination with gray and black. Here are some creations in my shop.




The first is my C'est Paris! bracelet. I loved the large focal beads. The Granny Square afghan is just perfect for curling up on the couch with a good book and a cup of tea. I actually love how it turned out. I had some extra yarn (what good crocheter doesn't?) and I found this pattern. Both are in my shop on etsy.




I also have completed the pink and white project I featured in a previous blog. I took pictures last night before running out to the theater for rehearsal. The picture quality isn't the greatest. I hope to take some better pics this weekend so I can get it in the shop. Here is the final product

I am calling this my Go Green ~ In the Pink! tote. I am pleased with the way it turned out. So much so that I have another tote ready to assemble in tan and turquiose. It is roomy enough to grab and go with everything you need for a quick shopping trip. It is 100% cotton which is my yarn of choice. I have some holiday yarn I may use to whip up a Christmas version. Oh, the possibilities are endless. My favorite is the pink!






As any good crocheter knows...you have to have a stash for inspiration. Here is a small bit of my stash in hues that I absolutely love. Of course, there is pink. I also love purple, especially lavendar. I have also combined pink with a sage green and dark tan for a baby blanket. I was inspired by the yarn on the right. It was a great combination for a baby blanket. I love that it was not the traditional pink, blue, yellow combination. I only wish I had snapped a picture of it before giving it away. I am trying to remember to do that so I can keep a visual record of my creations.


Pink truly is my favorite color. I am sure that I will have many more projects In The Pink!


God bless! Remember count your blessings for God is good indeed!

10 comments:

TNT2008 said...

I have to tear myself away from pink shirts/blouses or everything would be pink!

I like the afghan. I still have the afghan my grandmother made for over 30 years ago. Thanks for the nudge in the memory department.

Debra said...

One of my favorite color combinations is pink and black! I love your bracelet and afghan.

I have a quilt that my Grandmother and Mom quilted when I was little and it's pink and black too!

stitch.tac.sew said...

Isn't it funny how we all have a moment as children where something else catches our eye?

Insisted on bright yellow walls for a few months... who knew I would be tired of them in mere days as a 12 year old? hehe.

Lily - Tulip's Talking from the said...

You wouldn't happen to LOVE pink would ya? LOL

I too gravitate toward pink for some unknown and recent reason. Maybe I have been inspired by my own inspiration with Tulip's Treasure Box?

~Lily

storybeader said...

great looking tote - and I like the pink and black combination. I've made some things with pink & white (traditional), but the pink & black is more edgy!

roseworksjewelry said...

I've only recently learned to like pink - but it's rapidly growing on me! Thanks for your inspiring post :)

Made by Melissa said...

I like the pink and black and gray combo too. It looks too cool together!

Oh and I hear ya on yarn stashes! Mine is so bad that I actually had to ban myself from entering the yarn section of craft stores unless I am working on a custom order. And then I need to bring someone with me to keep me focused!

Vanessa said...

I'm also a fan of pink...love your go green bag in pink :)

Linda said...

I love pink too, I like your bracelet, very pretty.

Yazmin said...

While not at the top of my list, I do love a good pink with brown. Yummy combination!