Thursday, March 26, 2009

Busy Hands

My daughter learned how to crochet. Her fingers have been flying ever since she stayed the night with her grandmother a couple of months ago.

Here she is working that crochet needle on her second project.

The first one she completed was a gift for her friend who just had a baby. Look how pretty this is with the dainty blue ribbon laced around the edges.



I never learned how to crochet, although my own mother made many very beautiful things. I have so enjoyed using some of the pieces that my mother made many years ago. It is a sweet reminder of her when I see her intricate designs. I am so glad my dear daughter has taken up this craft. It is a craft that has been special for both of her grandmothers.

3 comments:

another amy said...

That is so sweet! I'm working on teaching my girls how to sew. I think crocheting would be a good project for them.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Your daughters crochet is beautiful - love the ribbon - the perfect finishing touch! My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was about 10 yrs.

andsewon said...

Oh that is sweet... so pretty for a new baby!!!
Also a sweet memory for your daughter to have from her Grandmama teaching her to crochet!!!I too wish I had learned that plus knitting... dream of warm knitted socks in winter...;-)
Lola