Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Grandma Flickr Favorites



1. Inspired by Loving the Vintage, 2. stars, 3. Christmas Twinkles, 4. Grannytwinkle, 5. Looks like Christmas, 6. Grandma Twinkles, 7. Christmas Stars, 8. crochet stars, 9. Star countdown tag, 10. PICT1382, 11. Granny's Stars, 12. six pointed granny star with thanks to Grandma Twinkle tutorial


I am loving the the response to the
Grandma Tutorial Group...
and I have even tried out the mosiac maker so I can share
some of the lovely photo's added to the group...
I am not sure if the size is working properly...
If anyone has made a mosiac before please
feel free to give out your helpful hints...

But back to the group!!!
Love all the fabulous colours and
creations...
I adore the added variations just as much...
That's half the fun is adding your own twist...
So please feel free to add photo's of all the wonderful things you have
made and altered using my tutorials...

and I note to all who have inquired...
my tutorials are absolutely free!!!
Use as you like when you like...
That includes making things for sale and even
having them as part of a crafty class you might have...
I love all the links that everyone has put up on there blogs
and do feel free to let me know so I can take a look and put up
a comment...
I hope that there will be lots more "DEAR FRIENDS"
joining in on the group and to all the members
thank you so much for sharing...
and keep the photo's coming...

There is a lot of Grandma love to give this time of year...

21 comments:

Jennifer said...

They all look fantastic, how much fun to see so many different ways to use all of your wonderful creations.

theprairiegirl.com

Martina Tierney said...

Michelle, fab blog - design, layout, colour etc. This, combined with a great generosity of spirit, makes me a regular visitor. Have just started my own blog at www.sparkyfizz.typepad.com and am learning lots about the craft and medium from you and other wonderful bloggers. Have a wonderful Christmas!

rina said...

Oh, so lovely pictures :-)

Hughs, Rina from the Swiss mountains

Béatrice said...

I love your blog and your tutorials and just subscribed to the flickr group. I also placed a link to here from my own blog (in French). Thanks a lot.

Vera Amos said...

Wow, you've used two of my pics, I'm so proud thanks and your generosity is immense I have placed a link on my Ravelry projects, and a lot of people have left me messages to say they have used it and are going to use your tutorials, which I must say are brilliant. I visit your blog daily to see just what you have got coming up next and am yet to do the 'all round grannys' but they are definately on my to do list and I am going to back with felt and use as coasters.
All the best Nicky x

Frances said...

This is a lovely collection of seasonal creativity.

Thank you for the lessons, and for the encouragement. It is fun to make lots of Christmas treats.

Cheers!

Shorty said...

I just wanted to thank you again for your tutorials with your free patterns. I am having so much fun making the Grandma series of items! And I appreciate how you addressed letting people sell what they make from your patterns if they so choose. Currently I'm hording my items just for me, but it's great that you threw that out there! : )

Beverooni said...

I love all your things. They are so fun and your instructions are so easy to follow. Thanks SO much.

Kimbles said...

Hi thank you for showing my silver,red and white star on your mosaic! I feel really privledged. Thanks for your generosity with the patterns I have detailed on my blog www.kimblesathome.blogspot.com what else I have done with the pattern. Many many thanks! x

Darci said...

Came over from Drew's tweet...love the stars and will be working the trees this weekend. They will make great package toppers.

lynda.payne said...

Hi, thanks again for the tutorials and your generosity, I have put pictures of my efforts, and a link, on my new(ish) blog. I am still enthralled with the stars and yet to try the rounds and the trees but I can't wait. There's not enough time before Christmas. Lynda x

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Louise said...

Thank you so much for sharing these easy to follow tutorials. I have had SO much fun making stars and can't wait to try the trees and Grandma All Round.
Have a lovely day.

Country Bliss said...

They all look gorgeous! Thankyou for sharing your tutorials, they are so addictive and I will add mine to the Flickr group as soon as I take the photos.
Yvonne x

Jeannette said...

Thank you ...can´t say it often enough..for the tutorials.
I have so much fun making the tree garlands. And sharing it with friends and family as a Christmas gift. And they all know that I learned it from you! ;)
I would send you one but that is as sending a cheap rip-off to a class designer. ;)
Big hug, Jeannette

Leahdis said...

I wanted to say thanks again, your tutes are fun and easy. Thanks for putting my little pic in your mosaic. They all look wonderful.

Farmgirl Cyn said...

I am fairly new at crocheting and have found your tutorials to be easy to read and easy to do! I linked to you here...

http://cindy50.blogspot.com/2009/12/christmas-at-farmette.html

showing off my garland using your easy-peasy tutorials!

Thank you!
Cindy

dottie angel said...

i am so delighted to see how your crocheted goodness is spreading... you are so deserving of all this michelle, your really are :)

artycho said...

Thanks for sharing your grandma twinkle tutorial! I am loving crocheting those adorable stars!

Handmade in Gibraltar said...

I just discovered your blog via attic 24 who has also been making granny stars, I've made some lovely pastel ones and strung them up, I'm going to use them to decorate my stall at the craft fair on Tuesday night here in Gibraltar. I am going to post pictures on my blog ...

http://handmadeingibralter.blogspot.com


Thankyou so much Louise xxx

Isadora said...

Thank you for your lovely tutorials!
I don't have a flickr group but you can see the trees and stars I've crocheted on my blog
http://doraquevedo.blogspot.com/