Monday, 15 October 2007

Idaho Cup Warmer


I'm not exactly sure if its right to call it a cup warmer, maybe a cup holder instead but I just finished it and thought I would share. Not bad for being jetlagged and tired. The wool is some Noro Silk Garden that I have been touting around and trying to figure out what to make with it. This is obviously only the beginning of the ball of wool but I wanted a really small project to do and as this goes perfectly with a cup of coffee well then what could be better. H and I are recovering slowly and managed to sleep till 4:30am almost heaven..well its not quite so hellish anyway. I don't know what to do with the rest of the wool, I'm tempted to make another cupholder for M when he gets here in 9 days, though I'm pretty sure he wouldn't want a flower charm on it. I'll have to have a think about that. ITs very foggy and misty this morning, that would probably have to do with being so near to the lake, Hopefully it burns off quickly becuse we have promised to take H to one of the playgrounds today if he is a good boy. and based on how he is acting now thats a big IF.




6 comments:

Frizbe said...

nice pretty

Julie said...

Very nice. I particularly like the flower :)

lucykate crafts... said...

have a great time visiting your family, x.

Shirley said...

That's so cute & the flower charm is really lovely. Pretty cup-holders are a brilliant idea - much better than boring cardboard ones.

Meridian Ariel said...

thanks everyone, I am currently trying to teach myself how to knit cables, the first went a bit wrong and my second attempt seems to be going a bit better.

saw a few dear on the property yesterday, and some steller blue jays.

Katy said...

I love the cup holder (still love your hair best tho!!!)
Have a fab time in Idaho (and can you bring me some mini oreos, goldfish crackers, and some iced tea from starbucks back - thanks. Try not to let the ice melt in the tea!) :D