19 April, 2010

crafty waiting room


crafty waiting room, originally uploaded by summer pickles.

so... what does one do when one is thirty-seven weeks pregnant and spending inordinate amounts of time in waiting rooms???

turn the waiting room into craft central with crochet crochet and more crochet!

thanks to obstetricians delivering babies, gestational diabetes tests, gps running behind schedule, the baby blanket is now completed. once bub has arrived i will post a photo of bub with blanket, but in the meantime, i hope you will appreciiate my public crafting efforts!

amazing how many comments i received (and funny looks, i might add), crafting in public. and loads of compliments from the baby boomer plus generations who were thrilled to see some of the old crafting arts had not died...

ah crochet, i think i may be falling in love with you...
xo

2 comments:

Sharon said...

I was wondering how you were going... Glad to see you... LOL - once you have a couple of small people waiting rooms become part of the social calender - so always have some sort of craft tucked into your bag... Yes people do strike up conversations when you are doing something like that... I wish I could crochet :( - a crochet hook, yarn and I just don't 'get it' together...Stay well and rested for the weeks ahead... Love and hugs...xoxoxo

running thread said...

I love to crochet too. I taught myself two winters ago and marvel at how much you can get done in a short space of time. Look forward to seeing the new baby in the baby banket

Thanks

to my other half who puts up with the mess, makes me happy and keeps me sane.
to my beautiful boys who give me so much i want to remember and make the everyday something to treasure.
to my mum who alway let me play with fabric and the good scissors, and who knows a lot of songs.
to my dad who was always happy for us to make a mess and who laughs at us when we deserve it.
to both parents for making sure i still got the work done.
to my dear friends for listening and for sharing the laughs.
and, to you for visiting!