Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Finshed Projects

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Used this boys pattern but made it girlie with colour and a flower
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A hat and scarf for dd7 and mittens are in progress
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A Book Soc to keep her Quran from getting grubby in her bag for madrassa.The pattern is here but i modified it a little with a draw string and flower.
Now as for the flower it was from a book i have at home but there are ample online also to get a bigger flower i used a 6mm hook.

14 comments:

Sonya said...

Can i have a tiny blue hat for my baby? :)

Umm Hibaat said...

Assalaamu Alaykum,

Great work sis! I love the hat. I'd like to make it even if it's hot here all year round!

Ines said...

Mashallah, really nice design. I love the Qu'ran sock too, brilliant idea mashallah.

"the girl who ate everything and didnt even burp" said...

Lovely template! And beautiful designs on knitting too :)

Err... 1 question, why don't you accept comments from men?

Moon said...

Assalaamu Alaikum sis!

Mashallah lovely stuff you've made there!
plz share how to crochet the flower!

Jazakallah khair!

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

hello 'the girl who ate everything''

welcome to my blog again i think!

It's crochet not knitting common mistake :)

Well as for men beacause my Lord disallows this, free mixing in all forms the net included! So no men allowed :) works for me

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

as for the patterns sister will post very soon just got the PC sorted had a virus or two alhamduilah all back to normal, sonya will see if i can find a wee pattern.

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Itto said...

salam alaikoum, beautiful knitting!! t'barak'allah!

Umm Salihah said...

Assalam-alaikam Sister,
I just love the hat and scarf. I have seen something like this in the shops and I really, really like them.

The book soc is something new. I recall we mostly use to have the quran in a kind of pocket with a wrap-around type of string to keep it on (ever seen one of those?).

Good work mash'Allah.

Umm Salihah said...

Oh,

I just thought. Those crochet flowers would be great for brooches. I saw at a bazaar one time, a girl made those flowers in a few colours and sizes, stuck beads or buttons in the middle and a big safety pin on the back and sold them for £4-£10 each, very pretty.

muslimah trying to home edu said...

Assalamu alaykum sis Rainbow,
mash'Allah you are really talented. It must have taken you long to crochet the flower.
Mash'Allah!!

Umm Salihah, assalamu alaykum sis, thought I lost you. Great idea, you could make and sell these flowers at bazaars, you never know...

Sonya said...

Thanks Rainbow! :)

Xx

firdausi said...

mashALLAH u are so creative i love it

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