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Thursday, March 5, 2015

...a finish...maybe




Libby Bert is finished...well, maybe. 


As I mentioned on an earlier post, I might not hook the top and bottom border and turn her into a pillow with a proddy edge. She would be a large pillow at twenty four inches square. 


With the borders she is 24x36. I haven't decided yet. I'm waiting for a new pattern I ordered to arrive and I want to jump right in hooking it. It is a large rug, but one I have wanted to tackle for a long while. More on that later.



I like Libby Bert. I like her folky face and her colors. She's a funky girl!


Aaaaah...what heralds spring better than Daffodils? 

When I was in high school the Key Club sold daffodils on the first day of spring as a fund raiser.  Every grey blazer...and every black habit...was adorned for the day with a happy yellow flower. I bet they still do it to this day!

I know many of you are still struggling with bitter cold temperatures...and many of you have additional snow. I hope that this is the grand finale for Old Man Winter. It's going to be a messy spring thaw! I think our cold temps are done. Our trees are full of tiny chartreuse leaves and the azaleas are already popping. Hang in there!!!

Enjoy the day,
Robyn






11 comments:

  1. Love your Miss Libby Bert !!! Will make a great pillow ! I really like how you did the flowers....so pretty !!!

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  2. If you finish liberty bert into a pillow, you will be in perfect form for your new pattern when it arrives !
    Rose

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  3. Liberty Bert is commanding attention in a funky way and by her size. That's a large pillow. I'm looking forward to see her finished into a pillow.

    Thanks for your signs of Spring. We're supposed to get some above freezing temperatures sometimes this weekend.

    Hugs,
    JB

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  4. Libby Bert is just too dang precious. She will be wonderful no matter what you decide.
    Nothing like a tease concerning you new rug pattern. I hope you will share it soon.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  5. Oh Robyn....Liberty Bert is WONDERFUL!.. Such beautiful colors.

    :)Wishing you a lovely day, doreen

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  6. Oh I love her she is just wonderful.
    Cathy

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  7. Morning, oh Miss.Liberty is beautiful, love the sunny yellow Daffodils too.Blessings Francine.

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  8. Looking forward to what you decide for Lib B.

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  9. The colors on your rug are so beautiful! Love it! She will look great whatever you decide to do. Can't wait to see the new project.

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  10. Awesome rug Robyn! and . . from still frozen Ohio~ the daffodils remind spring truly IS on it's way . . . one day...one day! :-)

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