Friday, July 11, 2014

52 Crafts in 52 Weeks - Week Thirty Nine



Granny has been visiting us these past few days...  And when Granny comes to stay, all the unfinished crafty projects we've been busy with over the past while get hauled out to be completed... 

  As well as being a fabulous crafter and teddy bear artist (creativity runs in the family it would seem), Granny is a wonderful knitter and kindly helped me stitch up my little piggy this afternoon... 

This knitted piggy was designed by Amalia Samios.  You can visit her Etsy shop here!

I intend to give this sweet piggy to Beth as a birthday present...  Her birthday is coming up very soon and she just adores stuffed animals and is absolutely smitten with this project:)


Have you been tackling any crafty projects recently?

8 comments:

Tane Hannah said...

That is super cute! I love purple. :)

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Aw, thank you, Tane:). I will remember that *winks*. Lots of love, Kelly xx

Tane Hannah said...

oh, and, I am ready to do your Heartmade design, Kelly.
Just email me and we can get started. :)

magnoliasntea said...

Oh, how cute! You did a great job on the little piggy. Your stitches look really even. (I LOVE knitting.)
Good for granny helping get all the craft projects finished.

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Oooh! How lovely:). Thank you -- I shall certainly do so! Love, Kelly x

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Thank you! That is so kind of you to say:). Knitting is really lovely...the whole process is just so enjoyable... Hope you're having a beautiful week thus far!

living from glory to glory said...

Good Morning, How wonderful to have your Grand Mother with you... I am going to try to make the metal heart myself if I can find that site you mentioned! Have a blessed and wonderful day.. Please come visit again soon!
Miss, Roxy

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Dear Miss Roxy, how lovely to have you stop by for a visit today:). Thank you for your sweet comment -- I hope to be a regular visitor on your blog! Blessings and love, Kelly-Anne