Thursday, September 4, 2014

FO Friday - Itty Bitty Bunting

I've been so busy that I've had a hard time finding time to blog.
But, I've just got to take a few minutes for my Friday FO post.  Here it is...

I finished another Half Lotus Bunting but this one is itty bitty.  I made it with crochet thread from my stash and a 1.65mm hook.  I expected the panels to turn out smaller than this but they're still a lot smaller than the ones I made with Sugar 'n Cream yarn.  I thought it would look really cute with tassels on the ends.  I love how they turned out!  They're the tiniest tassels I've ever made.  So cute!


I haven't found the perfect place to hang it yet.  So, I hung it on one of my old ladders for a picture.


I think it might look really cute on a Christmas tree.

Whew!  I made it with getting another FO done for this Friday.  Yay!
And, I did a little de-stashing too.

12 comments:

Cindie said...

So adorable.

Sel and Poivre said...

So much adorable bunting! (My favourite is the wee version you posted today!

Teresa Kasner said...

Wow, that is so pretty and lacy and wonderful! Bravo! I also like your autumn colored and rainbow colored ones! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

mamasmercantile said...

That looks amazing, it would look amazing along a shelf or like you said on a Christmas tree. Have a great weekend.

Amy at love made my home said...

Beautiful!!! It is so delicate and I really like the tassel ends. It looks so cute on the ladder too, a great home for it if it is practical to leave it there! xx

Quinn said...

That is a really pretty pattern, and it's interesting to see what it looks like scaled down. Bet it's even cuter in real life :)

Delighted Hands said...

Oh, I like these! They would look great across the mantel!

judy said...

Oh that is so cute. I think it would look great for Christmas either on the tree or on the mantle or something

Mereknits said...

I love the delicate bunting, you could hang it anywhere and it would be perfect.
Hugs,
Meredith

Debbie's Dialect said...

I really like this! Great job!

girlunwinding said...

I love this!!!
~Dawn

benita said...

Absolutely perfect for a Victorian Christmas tree!