Monday, May 2, 2011

'What I've Been Up To' Post

 I've been busy making hats and slouchy beanies lately. And I know you like lots of photos so here are some.
 Another mohair slouchy beanie ordered from a return customer.
Another one is in the making for another local customer. Each time I make one, they're different color wise.
 And this one is also ordered by a repeat customer, Rovenna.
 She requested it to be longer so that's why it looks big on Hazel.
I added a white rose pin so she has the option whether to wear it on the beanie or as a brooch.
 Two spiral hats ordered by a mom for her daughters aged 9 months and 3 years old.
 And another Lacy Shell hat for a 1 year old girl.
Here it is modeled by my niece's baby, Eysha.
 Two balls of Debbie Bliss yarns, some lobster clasps and Sharpie pens I swapped on Swap Workshop with Jillian. As far as I know, there are no Sharpie pens sold here in Malaysia and I'm so happy to own these! I have a project for them that I found via Maize in Montana. What fun!
UPDATE : Apparently, they do sell them here(Sharpie pens). Oh! I've missed so much since staying on this 'remote' island!
 And some cute buttons from Mieke of Belgium. She also sent along a lovely postcard and a crocheted flower.
Lastly, just to share with you some fish caught by my husband yesterday. He's a fishing fanatic! He goes fishing every other day and usually gets this many fish. We sell most of them. We can't eat them all and we get tired of eating fish all the time!

I hope you enjoyed the photos! I'll be posting more hats and beanies and stuffs as I finish them. 
Have a great and productive week ahead!


MisFyd said... [Reply to comment]

Wow very productive! =D

& Wow so many catches!XD

In KL, I know a shop selling sharpies but then getting them is much fun compare to buying them! :)

Ana Reyes said... [Reply to comment]

Your baby is more and more beautiful as days pass by. Beanies are just wonderful, I still haven't tried crocheting one (no clue!) ...And those fishes look so fresh and delicious. What a nice catch....Keep hooking! You light many people's lives!!!!
Besos (kisses) from Spain

Hazel said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful beanies and hats. Wow those fish look great. Lovely gift too. Love those buttons. x

lovestitch said... [Reply to comment]

They are all cute! Your hooking is super-quick and so beautiful! Your fishes look so fresh and will become yummy food! Great photos (great model too) :0

Pradeepa said... [Reply to comment]

Love the lacy shell hat.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, they all look good. I love the picture with your little niece (and Hazel ofcourse).
I would love to swap some yarn with you, btw. Anytime, just let me know. ;)

Love, Mieke

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely beautiful as always! The shell hat is really cute and so is the cute little baby. Those red fish are neat looking too. Haven't seen them before. Have a great day!

MamaDaniel said... [Reply to comment]

Kak Aisyah... happy anniversary yang ke 18 ek! :)

Saya paling in love dengan the lacy shell hat tu... comel sangat! model pun comel! Hazel pun cute dengan beanies tu!!

Kak.. kenyang tengok ikan.. :) hehe..

Mila@Rimbun said... [Reply to comment]

bestnya dapat makan ikan fresh.

sharpie tuh ada jual kat stationery shop kat sini... KL. suka gunakan untuk draw pattern

Yati said... [Reply to comment]

Cantik beanies tu! Memang banyak projek kak Aisyah buat! Clap, clap!
Sharpie pen tu guna untuk buat apa ya? Seronoknya, terima barang dari overseas ni. :D
Besar-besar ikan husband kak Aisyah tangkap! Hehhe... faham. Bila dah banyak sangat ikan, nak siang ikan everyday pun malas. :D
Ikan merah tu nampak pelik. Memang tak boleh tangkap la kat sini. Bestnya bila menghadap laut china selatan. Kita menghadap selat melaka, tak best.
Alamak, terpanjang komen.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Kak Aisyah,
Really loves your slouch hats :) Especially the blue soft colour one.. dan,
Saya suka sangat model yang pakai topi putih tu.. saya tak sabar nak cuba juga. Huhuhu.. insyaAllah, bila semua order siap, saya pasti akan cuba :D
Love the Debbie yarns too.. lucky Kak Aisyah! xD

Rafidah Ahmad said... [Reply to comment]

dear aisyah...wahhh my eyes are glued seeing your lovely hats...i love the lacy one..cantekkkkk sangat..susah tak pattern dia?

Roos said... [Reply to comment]

OOH YES I do like the pictures a lot. So many beautiful hats you made,great job!
Your daughter and little niece are so sweet, bye Roos

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