Hello,This, we agree, extraordinary. Who would have thought that anyone would wish to crochet door panels and, even more strangely, padlock covers? Well, it is a mad, mad world!
Hello:It is somewhat strange that anyone would wish to crochet door panels, even more so padlock covers. Mad, mad world!
That cover for the lock is a great idea...the finishing touch!
Fantastic! I always love the urban knitting but this crochet is just wonderful too! We await great things! Axxx
My mother used to knit. How embarrassed was I wrapped in those heavy wool cardies with three buttons at the neck :-)
B to B, Whoever crocheted those locks looks to be someone with a condition akin to crochet-mylitis. But the results are beautiful.
when something makes one smile it has to be a good thing - if eccentrics took over the world would be a far healthier, better, peaceful place.
I think that comment just disappeared into the ether! Anyway, just wanted to say that when something makes us smile it has to be a good thing and that if eccentrics were to inherit the earth it would be a more joyful, happy, peaceful place. (try again)
Makes you wonder whether everything behind the doors is covered with crocheting - kettle, toaster, TV, plant pots.... the mind boggles!
I've heard of wild knitting, with scarves round lamp-posts and the like, but never wild crochet. :-) Lovely work, and I wish I could crochet, but have never learned the knack.
Wow! Fly screens!!!!!
Looks so beautiful; beyond my talent and patience though :) enjoy your trip, Ozlem
Its just gorgeous.
Thanks to everyone for your comments. For some reason, I am unable to post a reply under each one as I usually do. Hope Blogger sorts itself out soon.
Ayak has just blogged that she's having trouble leaving comments with Blogger, so you're not alone. I can't find any report of current problems in Blogger Help, but I do know that for the embedded comment format like you have, cookies do need to be enabled, if that helps.