Thursday, December 1, 2011

Baubles.

I have for a few years now been searching for a perfect Christmas plate. When I saw the plate pictured above I knew finally that my shortbread would have somewhere to rest this year. The best thing.... it wasn't even expensive - wahoo!!!
Thankfully, I have almost finished making some of the presents... I have been so tired at night that I haven't been getting through them as quickly as I had hoped. This weekend will hopefully see a good bit of making though.



Now for the next round of baubles.
Lots of love,
Kate xxooxx.

17 comments:

gaia said...

Those baubles are so lovely!

Jen said...

Love love those baubles!

Jackie said...

I absolutely LOVE those crocheted baubles ~ they are fantastic :O)xx

ArtMind said...

The plate is gorgeous! Love it!
And the baubles are too!!! :)

cateoh said...

I adore those baubles,they look so precious in the box all together. What a lucky Christmas tree to be decorated with them!

Jules said...

I love that plate Kate! Wish i could find something as nice as that round here. And your baubles are gorgeous!! Are they easy to make? might have to have a go at some for our twiggy tree this year. Julie:)

Claudia said...

The baubles are just perfect! The golden part is lovely! :)

Stocki said...

Hi Kate.. you have been working so hard! What gorgeous baubles...and I have serious plate envy! :)x

Pattygloria said...

The crocheted bubbles are fabulous. I love the golden part. They look so Christmassy.
G x

La Crochetnauta said...

The baubles are fantastic. Good job. Kisses from Argentina.

Sandra said...

Those baubles look adorable, so cute in their little box!

S x

youllfindmewhistling said...

I'm loving the baubles too :) I can just imagine them on some lucky persons tree ...

Shelly said...

The Baubles are gorgeous! But the reindeer just takes my breath away! I can't wait to see the finished product! You are uber creative girl!

GerryART said...

Wonderful eye candy, kate.

hugs
Gerry

Penelope said...

Wow, your baubles are incredible Lucky person receiving them. Would you be able to do a quick pattern / tutorial for these? Sorry if i am being cheeky asking but I would love to make some xox

Sophie Slim said...

These are amazing!! What sort of yarn did you use? It looks amazing!! I CANT WAIT FOR THE PATTERN!! Seriously, I'll be watching closely! Just what i have been looking for! :)

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