Friday, March 13, 2009

A Little Luck on Friday the 13th...

I didn't get around to trying the crochet shamrock pin just yet. I did manage to get a knitted one done though. I found this cute little shamrock on Vickie Howell's blog. She MUST be a mind reader. It's super cute and quick to knit not to mention easy. I do love quick and easy.

This one was made with some scraps of Sugar & Cream on a US Size 2 needle. Not much fun and pretty fussy working with tiny needles and worsted weight yarn. It was worth it. I Bedazzled the little green stone in the center. I also made another one with I Love This Yarn scraps but I haven't had a chance to get a photo of that one yet. I used a US Size 5 needle for that one and it was a lot nicer to work with and knit up even faster. I also tried doing a four leaf clover but I just couldn't get it to look as cute as the 3 leaves so I just stuck with the 3. :P

Thanks, Vickie for such a cute little pattern. Hop over to her blog and check it out...it's a free pattern. I just need to make a few more for my daughter to give her best friends and I'm good. Well, actually I only need one more. Cool!!

Hope you're all having nice weather...it's turned cold here again after almost a week of Spring weather. I am sooo ready for Spring to stay.

Wishing everyone a safe and happy Friday the 13th! :P
Hugs!

7 comments:

Shirl said...

Mel

Thanks for sharing the link, I love your shamrock it looks beautiful.

Hugs

Aunt Kathy said...

I spotted that shamrock yesterday too, but haven't made one yet.

By the way Mel your blog looks so Springy. I love it.

kadezmom said...

too cute!

Tea said...

Love the shamrock! I'm a sayin' Happy St. Patrick's Day now 'cause I might forget later. ;)

Cat said...

Oh that is adorable!!! I don't think I have ever been to her blog. Need to check it out.

Hugs!!!

Shea said...

OMG! It's nice to see you back. I'd almost given up on you. Love the projects you've been working on!

hakucho said...

That is a super cute shamrock!! Reminds me of the time I made a paper shamrock for my father to wear to work (rapid transit motorman) on his jacket (he's Irish) on St. Patrick's Day...well that was the day he derailed his train. Need I say more, but he never wore that shamrock again ;)