SUNRISE TO SUNSET
So many things to see in your day from sunrise to sunset. Each of us in this world -wide KAS family will have different things we see during our day. Any of them can be inspiration for a square for a child. Don't forget the PJ's, they can be made in the colours of your day. Here a few ideas to give your creativity a start !
There is the sunrise to welcome the day.
The traffic on the way to work.
Break with a book .
A butterfly on a flower. I couldn't resist our lovely monarch butterfly for this picture.
Boiling the kettle for a cuppa or coffee.
A bird on a branch.
Do you have a friend who is always happy to see you?
The setting sun at the end of the day.
I hope you enjoy these ideas from sunrise to sunset, we would love to "hear" about your day !
Remember June has a lovely warm square for the Pattern of the month. Give it a try !
JUNE PATTERN OF THE MONTH
Knitted Two Stitch Rib Square
Helen Flagg (USA)
Truly beautiful, Karla. :)) LOVE your C2C borders.
What better place to be ! Very sweet flowers to find in a blanket.
Lesley, your flowers are very beautiful!
These are really pretty, Lesley. That duller green is very effective in enhancing the colour of the flowers.
Such sweet flowers, Lesley.....that flower on the right is GORGEOUS!!!
Well done, Heather!!! I wish mine was that organized......lol.
Looks like you need to keep away from Leeds market for a while, Heather :)) And I must show this to my husband and hope he can take the hint!
Eeee Heather......... I laughed out loud when I saw this photograph. I wish my considerable stash was so well organised. I have an ottoman, and 6 large boxes stashed/hidden around the house, all full of wool probably totalling around 17-18Kg. It is so good to see that I am not the only one who is a woolaholic. We WILL use it all though - right...?? Lol
What a beautiful thing! Heather this is a beautiful thing. Your organization is marvelous and your stash is perfect for alerting you when you need to go shopping!!! LOL
Oh, my! I feel so much better. I thought I had too much yarn....you win! I love it.