So, only fitting to end the week on a more positive note today with my making. Though, that being said, I thought yesterday's hoop was hysterically funny. Sorry if you thought it was a bit grim.
Today I officially joined the Zakka Revolution.
|A tiny bit of Heather Ross.|
|And a splash of hot pink.|
|I'm rather pleased with this.|
And it is as simple to make as everyone said.
If you have left a comment in the past seven days and I have not replied, just give up hope. Today is a fresh start. I've tackled life and some of its occasional unpleasantness, had a word (or two) and we are moving forward from here.
Therefore I saved the best for last today. Because someone else in this household has caught the hoop mania. And it is Emily, who made one for me. I will treasure it always.
Aw, bless her - its fabulousReplyDelete
kids things they make are the greatest. i know some people who should quilt so they wont kill peopleReplyDelete
Well done Emily! It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I'm with you all the way... Today is the best day of the week and that's only because it's Friday. My boss came into my office today and I warned him that I was generally pi****. LOL he looked really scared.ReplyDelete
I have two boys... Lovely, sweet and all that. But boys! What do you think it would take to bribe them to do an embroidery like your daughter's?
Fabulous Emily! Great pinny and pouch Susan! Enjoy sticking your pins with a big grin :) Sunshine and showers here tomorrow looks like it's gonna be a good'n!ReplyDelete
Oh, isn't that sweet! And I loved your hoop of yesterday. Maybe you need one for your rear windscreen - and a matching t-shirt for visits to the bank.ReplyDelete
Oh bless her cotton socks! What a wee treasure! Glad you are getting some vitamin D at last! JxoReplyDelete
starting early ... talented little girl xxReplyDelete
That hoop is definitely a keeper! Watch out Susan - all she needs is a blog of her own and you'll have a real challenge on your hands. Have a great weekend with your family!ReplyDelete
Coolest hoop ever Emily!ReplyDelete
And cool post Mumma!
(yes I'm sure it is not escaping your attention that It's 2am here when I write this. Just up with sick kiddo again)
Cherish that moment! When they do or say things like that it just makes everything worthwhile, doesn't it?ReplyDelete
Aww, what a little pet - how sweet!! You have such wonderful children!ReplyDelete
P.S. I love the sewing roll!
Oh my goodness, I love that hoop - what a clever little lady (like her mum). I'm sorry about your week. I've been away so am off to read backwards and see what's happened, and I'll probably leave comments but only if you promise not to reply to them all! xxReplyDelete
lovethe zakka case! love emily's hoop so cute xxReplyDelete
What a lovely way to end the week. Well done Emily! Love the sewing roll too. Have a chilled weekend. Di xReplyDelete
Oh, Emily, sweetness. How great is that?ReplyDelete
Sweet wee hoop from Em :-) Lucky you!ReplyDelete
How cute is that Emily! You owe her a Sylvanian family for that lovely work! Did you cry!?ReplyDelete
Seems Emily 'read' her Mum's mood and knew she needed some lovin'? So sweet! I love the Zakka pouch and pinnie! Enjoy the sunshine!ReplyDelete
Mmmm... lovely Zakka makes, Susan. The colours make me smile.ReplyDelete
Awwww... there's a love!
Well done Emily, it's lovely.ReplyDelete
And mum - welcome to the Zakka obsession.
Oh she's the best xxxReplyDelete
Im glad Emily went with her own sentiment and not something with the word "kill" in it. It looks lovely. Something to treasure always.ReplyDelete
Love the Zakka roll...
I've caved in too...bought the Zakka book the other day.ReplyDelete
I love your sewing kit and I love the hoop even more. Emily is very talented.ReplyDelete
Vive la revolution!ReplyDelete
Love the hoop :o)
No wonder you feel better - that is priceless.ReplyDelete
Love your zakka sewing kit and the hoop - Happy Mothers day for tomorrow!ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear that you have had a bad week, and glad that things are improving.ReplyDelete
Oh that's fabulous Emily, well done.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear your week was bad, crossing my fingers for next week being much much better.
I'm resisting Zakka but I must say that looks gorgeous and I love the little bit of HR.
Looks like Emily is taking after her Mum and being creative... Well done Emily it's beautiful. HugsReplyDelete
Bugger the week, it's the weekend now :)ReplyDelete
Love the hoop, Emily did a fantastic job - can she teach me now please? x
Zakka looks lush!!
What a lovely gift from your daughter - definitely something to keep forever! And I thought your post with the philosphy in the hoop was funny!ReplyDelete
Lucky you, what a precious gift! :) I too succumbed this week and have ordered "Zakka Style". How can one resist all those lovely linens?ReplyDelete
and it's not even mother's day in the UK.ReplyDelete
Cute Zakka and that hoop is just so special! What a fantastic girl :)ReplyDelete
:0) that little girl rocks!ReplyDelete