Flower Power Waistcoat


The last three weeks I worked on this waistcoat kind of garment. The inspiration for it I found here, at a blog called Grietjekarwietje. You can find plenty of nice and beautiful crochet projects (some with tutorial) on that blog.

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Such a clever pattern, don’t you think? It’s just one circle with holes for the arms.

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My friend has a orange cat called Tiger. Tiger is getting on age and before he isn’t with us anymore, she wants to have a drawing of him. Nice gift birthday gift, I thought, so today I spend drawing Tiger.


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I even had time to watch some movies this week, so I have another movie to propose:

The Woman in Black – as a lover of horror movies  I can really recommend this one. After seeing lots of horror movies it isn’t easy to startle me nowadays, but this one did more than once. It’s about a little village that is haunted by an evil spirit (euhm…, just like all other horror movies J )


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  1. That really is a clever pattern for that sweater, and it makes me wish that I knew how to crochet! Wonderful drawing of Tiger!
    Happy REDnesday,
    Carol

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    1. Thank you, Carol! Crochet is so very simple, just give it a try! Happy REDnesday! Liz

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  2. What a fun pattern, so clever! I never learned to knit or crochet and continually kick myself - hoping to do something about that this year. :)

    We love movies, so glad to hear you enjoyed The Woman in Black.

    Happy Rednesday!

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    1. Hi Sally, how are you? Crochet is so very simple and you can learn how to do it all over internet! So, hopefully this year :-).

      Happy REDnesday!

      Liz

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  3. This garment makes me think of Joseph's coat of many colors in the Bible.

    Kids and Red

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    1. It made me think of the song by Dolly Parton (one of my favourites), Coat of Many Colors.

      Beautiful pic and poem (Kids and Red)

      Liz

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  4. I like that pattern as well. I no not crochet, but have a LOT of it. Most of it was inherited from my families. I enjoy seeing the work of others tho.

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    1. Hi LV,

      Thanks for visiting again and being a follower!

      Liz

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  5. Cute pattern idea (I cannot crochet :( and Tiger will now always be remembered--what a sweet idea to hold on to our precious pets.

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    1. Thanks, Olga! And also thanks for following me! I'm a new follower of you, too. Very beautiful things on your blog! Liz

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  7. Gorgeous! Visiting late for Pink Saturday.

    Green Goodies, is my entry. Please come by when you get a chance. Have a great week ahead.

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    1. Thank you! See you at Colour Connection!

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  9. Liz, thank you for visiting me. I loved your waist coast. So colorful! I'm unable to mix up the colors. Have a nice week!

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    1. Thanks for visiting back :-) ! Have a nice week!

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  10. love your cardigan !! such happy cheerfull colors!

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    1. Thanks, Ineke! Favorite colors of my daughter :-) !

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