Sunday, November 27, 2011

What I've Been Up To

 Hello!! There's been so much going on and I've done so many projects! Monsoon season is finally here and it's been raining everyday. This is another ripple cardigan made with our local acrylic yarns mixed with some Ice Yarns magic baby yarns. It looks brighter in the pic than it actually is but I love all the colors together!
 This is a singlet made with organic cotton yarns also from Ice Yarns. I edged it with some of those Sirdar Snuggly yarns that I used before. I'm very happy with this one!
 This dress was made based on a photo I found on FB. I used bamboo worsted yarns(dark pink), viscose premium(light pink) and soft pearl yarns(cream). It is very heavy but Hazel likes it :) We finally get to shoot some pics outside since it was sunny yesterday but just after that, it rained!!
 And this is Hazel's cardi I made using 2 balls and a half of Magic Baby yarns. It's not perfect since I made up the pattern myself :p but as long as Hazel loves it, that's all that matters.
 Roses ordered by my customers
 My newest yarns!! All are Ice Yarns Magic Light and the one on the right is Magic Glitz. Beautiful colors all!
 Magic Wool. I'm just finishing up a cardi made with these yarns. I'll post a pic in my next post.
 Cotton threads from Indonesia. I love them!!
And finally, yarns from Vietnam which a good friend of mine bought while on vacation there.

I've got more projects to do and I'm so excited to make them all! 
Happy crocheting and have a lovely week ahead! 
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12 comments:

K @ Aurora Blythe said... [Reply to comment]

All these projects are just lovely, but the ripple cardigan is so unique that it is my absolute fave! Great work!

Sucrette said... [Reply to comment]

Ohhhh these beauties are adorable :))) woooow! they are lovely specially the ripple cardigan and Hazel cardi :) love love love them! you did a wonderful job!
Kisses to you and your little princess!
Angie
www.lemondedesucrette.com

lovestitch said... [Reply to comment]

I love all your crochet stuff! The Indonesia thread look so delicious!!!
The pink dress looks great on your "model"!

Ana Reyes said... [Reply to comment]

Love the cardis, love the yarn and looooove your Princess...
xoxoxo
Ana

Aisyah Helga said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you Angie & Ana :)

Paula said... [Reply to comment]

What wonderful colours and again beautiful work. I do really like your cardis and almost feel tempted to make one for myself.

special 'k' said... [Reply to comment]

I have spent a whole morning visiting such beautifully talented blogs. I wish I could crochet it is on my bucket list. One Day. Have enjoyed my visit and look see around your blog. Thanks for having me. I will follow on my way out so I know the path back to your door and hope you will make your way to my place soon and do the same. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Aisyah Helga said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you, Paula! Do give it a try :)

MamaDaniel said... [Reply to comment]

Akak... mabuk tengok benang-benang akak... hehehehe... memang wajar dibelikan almari dengan cermin nih.. hehehe...

suka dress yang hazel pakai tu.. sweet.. :) gabungan pink dan putih yang comel! :)

Rafidah Ahmad said... [Reply to comment]

adeiii giler kentang tengok benang...memang cun baju2 baby skang aisyah buat...

Yati said... [Reply to comment]

Yati pun suka tengok projek baju Kak Aisyah sekarang. Cardigan ke, singlet ke, color matching je. Walau pun guna yarn berbeza.
Ish ish, lawanya benang2, especially Magic Light tu! Tidak, saya puasa benang sudah!

Jamie said... [Reply to comment]

Love those flowers. Would you be willing to post a tutorial?? I'm not that great at crochet but I would like to work on it.

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