I heart yarn worms and crochet!

yarn worms | Emma Lamb

yarn worms | Emma Lamb
yarn worms  | Emma Lamb
yarn worms | Emma Lamb
yarn worms | Emma Lamb
yarn worms | Emma Lamb
yarn worms | Emma Lamb
I heart yarn worms and crochet! | Emma Lamb

Because they make me smile!

Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments yesterday, again you have surpassed yourselves with your generosity and kindness! I shall be back tomorrow with details of a wee giveaway!

Until then I wish you all the most fabulous day,
Emma, x

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19 comments

  1. You've made me smile too!!
    and congratulations on the magazine interview.

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  2. Very pretty little scraps. My kiddos love when I reach the ends of projects as they use all those little pieces at their art desk.

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  3. Lovely Emma!!
    You should get that last photo made into a card. :)
    Vivienne x

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  4. i love this post! the colors of yarn you use are so beautiful : )

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  5. such simple images but so sophisticated; they made me grin too, thanks...

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  6. hehe! so cute!! i love all of those colors!!

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  7. Something about this post just make me so happy. Never realized how much I love yarn worms too.

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  8. I adore these pretty pictures. The make me smile too!

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  9. what do you do with all your ends? I've got a huge bag full! I'm not exactly sure what to do with them all, but I can't bring myself to throw them away! Think I may use them to stuff things.

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  10. LOL yarn worms - never heard of that but perfectly explains what they look like.

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  11. wool worms! I hate that bit of crochet though!
    Congrats on your article in previous post too!
    love
    Lyn
    xxx

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  12. wonderful pictures, lovely colours Emma!
    Love, Maaike

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  13. I have a jar for my "worms" of yarn, thread, embroidery string and such. Here in the states you can sometimes find these green strawberry containers that are like little open weave plastic baskets. I fill them with the scraps and the birds out here in the country use them to make nests! Love the photos and congrats on the article!
    -Natalie

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  14. th hidden charme of yarn worms... fantastic pictures!
    Daria

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  15. Me too! Great reminder of completed projects.

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  16. vicki ~ I quite often do as Natalie does and put my wee yarn worms out for the birds to use in their nests, such a great thing to do especially in the spring time... I do like your idea of using them to stuff wee things with, i think I'll be saving a few for myself from now on... :)

    Thank you to you all too for all your yarn worm love... ;)

    Emma, x

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