The true harvest of life is is in the tints of the morning and is in the stardust caught...a segment of the rainbow.
Henry David Thoreau

Saturday, 26 May 2007


With a little encouragement from my friend, here is the bag that I have made for myself while I have been waiting for/recovering from my eye surgery. With little that I was able to do creatively, my little grandson came to visit and he had some crocheting and he asked me to help him with it, and so to my amazement, with his very thick wool, probably around 14 ply, and a large plastic crochet hook, I was able to manage to crochet, so I bought some similar wool and a large plastic hook and got started on being creative again. So here is the finished product with a couple of tassels to jazz it up some. On the zipper pull, I have put a glass tag with the letters V I P embossed in gold (my Visually Impared Persons bag). And so now I have another bag to use, I love making bags and will put some more pics up later of bags that I have made.


Bethel of Bethania said...

Rob I love this bag & Athena - you are truely a very creative person with or without good sight ... keep on keeping on my Friend ... luv ... B

Mary-Beth said...

Rob, I love the bag, the colours are gorgeous and the crystal trim is fantastic.

The view of your valley is gorgeous too. Lucky you!!