I'm not saying anything.

Comments

Notjustnat said…
It's beautiful without words!!!
Jacqui said…
Is that because you've got your needles in your mouth while you're thinking where to put the next flower?

Yes, very beautiful - texture, colour, form...mmmm lovely
I've been away from blogworld so long I've missed the arrival of a new profile pic, you coochie-cooing a kooka - and this stunning feast of colours.
Phew!
NessaKnits said…
My daugter would love those bluebelly ones. Every time we walk past gardens she says "look, they could be fairy hats ..."
Chrisy said…
Well darlin it speaks for itself doesn't it....it's all chirpy and uplifting and hopeful....
Ginga Squid said…
Most unusual methinks?! Love that purple/redish ball of wool you are using - looks very squooshy.
Maree: said…
It's Gorgeous...Lovin the Bluebells they are so cute.
cheers
Robyn said…
Spring!

love it :)
ROZ said…
Tea is best served hot!!!
mem said…
Oh - just YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!
grrl + dog said…
wow,

that's a first!
lilly piri said…
Lovely! Do you have to sew these on, or is it part of the knitted structure? It looks like so much fun!
grrl + dog said…
i'm saying


yuuuuummmmmmmm
Karen said…
I especially like the blue ones - morning glories, I suppose? Knit on!

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