Happy is- starting a new project!
Please leave a link to your Happy Pictures on Wild Daffodil and/or in the comments below.
Next week’s prompt is Artificial.
In the meantime, spread some happiness around blog land and do join us. xx
17 for 2017- January
Oh Yes!!!! Happiness is definitely the start of a new project. 😉 😀
Here’s mine: https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/happy-2/
Indeed, there is a little thrill of excitement at the start too.
Those really are happy fabrics. I especially like the car fabric.
Thank you. The car fabric is a fat quarter which has been in need of a project for a while.
Completely agree with you here! But is planning the project even better?
You could be right, and the going into a fabric shop to buy the bits.
Oh yes, the excitement of a new project. I’m excited to see what those fabrics become!
I am just hoping I can bring this project off well.
No wonder us crafty lot have lots of projects on the go – we like feeling happy!
Good point. 🙂
That’s it, many WIPS= Happiness.
So many fabrics, so little time. 🙂 Spreading them out, looking at them and touching them makes me happy too. Which one will you choose? 🙂
Ah in this case it is all of them.
What fun fabric! I especially love the covered wagons and that GREEN is beautiful. I can’t wait to see what you do with them. Hugs, Tamara
Thanks, you can tell it’s grandson related.
Yes I’m totally with you on that one Cathy! 😊
Thank you. I loved your happy pictures too.
Thanks Cathy x
Some little boy is going to be very happy in the future!
I hope so.
Always happy to start…elated when I actually finish one!! Love the earthy colours you chose. Any hints to what you’re making?
Think boy and bedroom! and tidyness.
Brilliant! As a mum of three boys I feel confidant in saying he will love the boxes, baskets, bags, hanging organizer or whatever you’re creating! I’ll keep my eye out for the post of the finished product. Picturing you sewing & smiling! 😀
I can sense your expectations Cathy, my wife has similar tastes and is not happy unless working on at least 5 knitting / dying projects at the same time.
At least five would be the minimum Denis. Then there’s the long term stalled ones, at least 10!
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