Sunday, April 13, 2008

Wow this have been a busy couple of weeks.


Went on a field with my dd class to a children museum.This was really nice the kids got to play with everything in the museum.






My son had a news conference to announce what college he would be attending.





My kids had a week off for spring break.Took them to Frankenmuth Michigan for the day.We went on a carriage ride.They really enjoyed that.




Through all that I still found time for crocheting and sewing.






Pattern: No pattern did this on my own.
Yarn: Cotton Classic Tahki Stacy Charles
Color: Lavender
Size hook: B 1
Started : March 27 08
Finished April 5,08





Pattern: Simplicity 3532 view B.
Fabric: Can't remember.I had this fabric for about a year.I do remember it was machine washable.
Notions: Thread
Size: 8
This was another one of Simplicity easy-to sew.You know I love those easy to sew patterns.I had no troubles making this dress.



I will be wearing these shoes with my dress!!Don't they match the dress perfectly!!


Well that's it for me,Happy crafting!!

19 comments:

Pajnstl said...

oh my you have been busy!
your top is very cute..
your daughter looks too funny with her shopping cart! lol

Adrienne said...

The kids look SO happy! I know you are so proud of your son! Your tank and dress are VERY cute!!! Like I say...you MAKE time for the things you really want to do :-)

Virtuous said...

OOh the kids had a good time!

So what college will he be going to?!? :o)

And your shoes do match your dress perfectly! I love when everything falls in sync like that!

Glad you doing good over there!

Sheila said...

Congrats to your soon again and looking forward to hearing which college he selects. My...my someone has been a busy crafter. Totally luv the crochet tank and the dress is Fabulous.

Glad everyone enjoyed the Spring break... your dd looks like she had a ball...lol

Jackie said...

Love the top and the dress too! Glad you had a chance to create a couple of things! Congratulations to your son. The kids look so cute!

NikkiJ said...

Wow, did you buy the fabric in the shoe store or the shoes in the fabric store?

Adriann said...

The top is super cute! Come by and see me, I'm having a one year blogaversary RAK.

urbanknitrix said...

WOW!!! Congrats to the son, I know you must be so proud. The girls are so cute, they definitely look like they are having a good time.
Girl, you are rocking that top, it is too cute!

Shai said...

That is a CUTE top. I am just learning how to crochet. I love the color. I how to move on to actually make something instead of chains. LOL.

Pirouette said...

Gorgeous camisole! Do you take orders? :-D Love the dress too. Wow, your son sounds like he's big time. Congratulations to him!

Lesalicious said...

I see you been really busy love the crochet top you made so cute great job. The dress is lovely. Congrats again to your son I know you have to way happy for him:)

Cennetta said...

That top is sweet. Yes, the shoes and the dress make an awesome combination.

Carolyn (cmarie12) said...

The dress is beautiful - the fabric really makes it sing! I love that you made your own pattern for the crocheted top - very cute and kewl!

And congrats on your son's choice of college and press conference! You must be very proud of him!

CreoleInDC said...

Ooooooooooooh! I loved all of those pieces! LOVERLY! Congrats for everything going on!

toya said...

what a beautiful post
your kids look so happy indeed, love your knitted tank and dress

Tearsa said...

Aww your kids are too cute! I LOVE your dress!!!!

Lesalicious said...

Hey Gold your crochet tank inspired me check out my blog for more details. I totally love that tank top. You is rocking it.:)

Sheila said...

Where in the World is Ms. Gold your last post was 4/13...lol. Thanks for the awesome compliment on my Tee.

Dawn Bibbs said...

My goodness, I HAVE been away from blogland for a while! Ok, so, do tell...what college is your son going to? I LOVE, love, love the girls all dressed up. That is too cute. We've got a childrens museum here somewhere too...can you tell I've never been? :-) Hmmm, I'd better put on that on my summer to do list.

Take care.