Wool on Sundays -110 (A Fancy Flower Purse)

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Welcome to Wool on Sundays!

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This week I decided to try out a variation of the Small Crochet Purse Tute – a fancy flower for if I go to the opera or something…!

And I was quite pleased with it until I put it down on a pretty vintage table cloth and saw the first roses of Summer opening in the garden.

Now I’m thinking it looks a bit dull and jaded and perhaps the back is nicer.

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I suppose if I ever do go to an opera it will probably be quite dark :)

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9 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays -110 (A Fancy Flower Purse)

  1. Carol says:

    pretty little purse!! Beautiful Roses too. Our’s won’t be blooming for another month or so. It takes a long time to warm up around here!!
    xx, Carol

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