Saturday, February 10, 2007

Should I give it away?




Look at the beautiful sunrise I got up to this morning. This is a picture taken at my kitchen window. Same view is seen from the dinning room, but I had my camera in the kitchen and just took the shot.

Made a nice start to my morning!


I'm early with the pictures, but I'm here to show you the two hearts I have left and ...




And here's the one I made today.

Should I still give it away?

I'm happy with it. Yup, very happy with it. I love making these.
And I do like this one ...

Anyway, who ever wins on Wednesday, gets to pick which one she wants out of the three. Unless I do another one tomorrow ... in which case then you get to pick one out of four. Yup ahuh ...

And guess what ... go on guess ...

If there is more than one person that is close to the winning number ... you both get to pick one.
I'll draw a name on who picks first so there's no fighting tho.

LOL, I like to keep everybody happy. Happy knitting!

9 comments:

Shelley said...

Oh my goodness...I love that third one!

You should offer lessons on how you do those!! Or at least demonstrate on here, LOL!

FemiKnitMafia said...

Wow Rhonda, that scene is amazing! Seriously ... can you give lessons?

Anna F. said...

Oh the pressure is mounting as the hearts get more elaborate. You're really upping the ante Rhonda -- these are amazing! I guess 54.

Cynthia said...

Rhonda you are a needle felting queen! Holy moly they are absolutely gorgeous - you have quite a gift for the needle with the third one....NICE work woman!

Dorothy said...

That third heart is gorgeous! If I win, you'll have to make yourself another one of those. ;)

Chicken Betty said...

Ooo. the little shepherd scene. Rhonda it is adorable! I can almost feel that yummy sunshine.

Dove Knits said...

You are rapidly leaving the realm of "craft" for the realm of "art." Your last one is beautiful.

Dipsy said...

Oh, what a very beautiful sunrise - a day can't go wrong when it begins with such beauty, can it?
I *so* love your hearts, especially the last one with the shepherd - gorgeous!

Pooch said...

Me? I think you are very gifted to create this beautiful work! It's interesting to read the step-by-step process and see the accompanying pics. Thanks so much for explaining your process.

:)