1.7.10

purple

Knitting a purple shawl (for my mother-in-law).
Cherries from the market.
Purple japanese masking tape.
A 1 pence stamp I found in this suitcase.

A book.
A song and it's not purple rain 
:^)


20 comments:

christel said...

such a beautiful shawl and color !
Have a nice afternoon!

Jacqui Dodds said...

The colours in this selection are really lovely. Is the shawl made from Rowan yarn? You will have to post a photo of it when it's completed.

la casita said...

To Christel :)merci

To Jacqui Doods: Yes is "Rowan kidsilk haze".
I will, thank you :)

blue china studio said...

What a beautiful set of photos additional purple items!

wsake said...

o wow! the shawl looks so delicate! such a lovely colour!

myssja said...

my post is ad hoc wiht yours :-))

christine said...

vive la Purple Queen

mo' said...

oh c'est beau !

Lorena de Chile said...

jaja Do not tell me it is another "trendy one!" Good. Everybody needs one!.
I did not recognize you yesterday when you were in the car. I was on my way to the Gym – believe it or not! I spent all my life avoiding physical activities and here I am going to the gym. :O
I like the composition of the pictures, good use of space and also you can mix it with other nice colours. I love doing that in my own pictures. Unless the picture is glorious and strong itself for that it needs to be on its own, if not, mixing it with other stuff is very ludic. Isn’t it?
x

Janis said...

You are a model daughter-in-law! I should be so good... :^)

Color Purple is on of my favorite movies, though never read the book. Enjoy...
xo

nath said...

well, how can it NOT be purple rain? as soon as i saw the title of this post, purple rain started playing on the record player in my head!

i loved the color purple, i read it when i was about 14.

la casita said...

To Janis: it's hard to please mothers in law!!!
;)
the book is better than the movie...although the movie is nice.

to Nath: I know I know!
I had to catch the attention...;^)

Mlle Sophie said...

Whaouuuu loveee the color!! can't wait to see it finish :)
Merci beaucoup pour tes petits mots :0)

wsake said...

thank you for all the nice comments on my blog! i feel very flattered! those necklaces are still available...;)

Louise said...

You're so sweet! I can't help wondering how far a penny stamp would get you these days. Next door? To the end of the road? x

la casita said...

to wsake: :) Oh great, thank you!

to Louise: probably the postman won't ever bother!!! At least here, were the postmen are so grumpy that don't even ring the bell to deliver you a parcel!!!

Francesca said...

I admire how you switch from knitting to crocheting!

la casita said...

To Francesca: I get bored, so I always start two or three projects at the same time, in this way I (almost)always finish what I started! otherwise boredom prevail and projects lies unfinished and forgotten somewhere.

Rachel Gray said...

Ooooh, the clouds look great in their new homes! We're in the process of moving across the country, so as soon as I've found the perfect spot for mine in our new home, I'll send you a pic!

Lollipop said...

i love everything...
xxx