doubles...

double entendres...double standard...double negative...double take... double needle rolls,double huswifes ...made with cotton and linen and wool and buttons... made with warm autumn colors...to welcome the season... one for a trade... (with Stef ) one for a GIVEAWAY... leave me a comment,here on the blog and next week,I will draw a name from all the comments and announce the winner here... so leave me a comment... no double talk... oh...I made this for me...only one,no doubles... a folded heart needle keep...it opens up flat... has a pocket for herbs,lavender or whatever. Maybe I'll make a double of this sometime... but for now, go...double quick...and leave me a comment. the huswife could be yours. wouldn't that be doubly nice!

Comments

Sarah said…
Lucky no. 1? Who am I kidding? 1 is rarely the lucky number in these sorts of instances. Still. There's always a chance... ;)
zebraknits said…
Those are doubly charming, if I may say so. What could you possibly like as a trade? Linen, buttons perhaps?
Niki said…
Your huswives are gorgeous. I would feel very honored to win one.
Ivy Mae said…
Me too! I echo what's already been said.
gonzomama said…
i love the colors and textures.
Hello Hello, a double for you.
QWERTY said…
They are so beautiful. The colors, the textures. I hope I am the lucky one!
Those look wonderful, great fabrics, textures, and colors. I'd love one.
tricia said…
Oh they are beautiful! I am crossing my fingers:)
i'm doubly late leaving an early comment and doubly hoping to have a chance to win!
Cruz Sundquist said…
I would like to make some needlekeeps for holiday gifts. Do you offer a pattern/tutorial?

What are you intersted in trading? I have lots of yarn! I live in Los Angeles,CA. Could I send you something from out west?
raining sheep said…
Wow, you made those! I am in awe. they are so beautiful; and the photographs! Oh my! absolutely lovely.
Jane said…
They are beautiful! Hope you had a great weekend! Keeping my fingers crossed that I am the one!
Philigry said…
very, very nice!
what a fun give away!
Sheila said…
Would love to have the pattern - I am surely not the lucky type to win one. So quaint. I have a tiny needle keeper made by my Mom back in England years ago. It is so frail I don't use it much - made of felt and embroidered. Love your blog.
TD wool design said…
you're very generous. these are lovely! i love your choice of textures and natural elements. my fingers are crossed for one of these, except when i'm knitting of course!
these are just devine, they look vintage!!...my fingers and toes are crossed...
Brittany Noel said…
I love these even more than I loved your first one! I would love one of these :)
annri said…
Your huswives are beautiful works, I really appreciate the careful handcraft with such a useful and pleasing outcome. If I win, I will treat it as a treasure!
Tiny House said…
Oh my gosh--I love these!!! I can't believe how generous you are!
carol said…
What a lovely work of art. You have such a good eye for texture, color and design, not to mention your photography! I would be truly honored to win one of your beautiful huswives. Thinking positive thoughts! Thank you for being so generous with your lurking blog audience!
Marilyn said…
You are doubly talented and generous. Love your blog.
Patricia said…
How beautiful. Yes I would really love to win one. Here's hoping
Lucette said…
Your first photo reminded me of roses. Beautiful work and I love all the textures. Crossing my fingers
nicole said…
Oh yes please! Fingers double-crossed!!!
kim said…
You are just so talented. These little rolls are really so very special. Having already been the recipient of one of your incredibly lovely crafts, please don't include me in the drawing. :)
Pamela said…
The colours are just gorgeous; I adore earthy, autumnal shades. If you're prepared to accept requests from overseas, then please count me in. Such a beautiful giveaway!

P x
Gorgeous as always, T. Consider me one of the many crossing their fingers and toes. :D
Gorgeous as always, T. Consider me one of the many crossing their fingers and toes. :D
Lin said…
I love your sewing, the colour combinations are great.
tamdoll said…
I just found your blog from 6.5 stitches & I adore all the things that you've made. Thanks for sharing.
Heather said…
these are making me yearn for cold fall evenings. very cozy and from the heart. thanks for sharing your double goodness giveaway/swap!
I sense double trouble here!

They are wunderful :) Having just won I will recuse myself to make sure someone else wins although the odds of that happening are pretty astronomical - more's the pitty!

Have fun with the giveaway :)
Steffen Tuck said…
T, I know I shouldn't have looked, but I deed... and I saw it, in all its glorious... the beautiful huswife... I better getting cracking and mail my side of the deal.... thanks
donni said…
Ohhhhhhh i LOVE it!!! I hope I'm the lucky one! :)
amisha said…
these are beautiful.
i discovered your blog through alison's... your work, your photos, your words are so lovely!
amanda said…
You certainly know how to combine fabrics to the best effect. These look fantastic!

Fingers crossed now!
Anonymous said…
How I love your huswives. I too would absolutely be thrilled to win one.
Carol G
Ne┼ża said…
I would love to make myself one of those rolls, they're beautiful. Maybe you will show us your pattern?
Heather said…
so beautiful and autumnal. the perfect set of colors and textures for the weather where i am.
Just discovered your site, the huswives are gorgeous!
yarnlust said…
I love these. Would you consider publishing your pattern? I would love to make these for the holidays.
Absolutely fabulous!

I shall keepmy fingers crossed:D
TLCknits said…
DOUBLE THE PLEASURE... DOUBLE THE FUN!... Those are soo... beautiful!!!.. truly

Popular Posts