Monday, December 10, 2018

Talent Needs to Be Seen



At times, one gets lucky. If that person discovers something that makes one go "Ahh, I love that."

I am that person.  

A blogger I follow has shown her products, ones that are useful and lovely.  Her blog site is: Laws of Gravity

This is what caught my eye and which I now have displayed.  


This is hanging next to a cardinal. Both make me happy.

Check out this site:   ZiziRho

Christmas is coming, you know. Stocking stuffers are most likely expected.  Look at this site. 


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    1. the ornament comes in different colors! I like white, because I like it.

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    1. Yes, it is. When it was put next to one of my fake cardinals, it glowed. My cardinals must be fake, since killing them would not be nice.

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  3. That was really awesome of you to order from her!

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    1. I like her stuff. Over my time following Liz, I have liked what she makes. Good work.

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    1. Liz has a creative mind. I love her blog about subbing for absent teachers. Man. She is my hero.

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  5. Hooray for talent - and there is a LOT of it here in the blogosphere. I like the ornament but the cardinal catches my eye (of course).

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  6. That is beautiful. How on earth do you knit beads into something? Or do they get sewn on after?

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    1. Beads appear to be sown after. It is lovely and I enjoy looking at it..

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    2. I slide the beads on as I knit. I slide them all onto the yarn before I begin, and then I move them into place as I stitch. It's kinda fun.

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    3. Wow, that is more complicated than I thought. I appreciate the ornament every time I see it.

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    4. It's really not. It's hard to describe, but if you saw it done you'd understand. It just takes a bit of planning beforehand.

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  7. First time I've ever seen a knitted bauble!

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    1. Having a ornament that isn't bought at WalMart or other places, that wasn't made by my then-young children, it is a pleasure.

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  9. I have one of those :). It's so cute. Of course, the cats think of it more as a toy for them.

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    1. Yeah, cats are no respecter of good ornaments.

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  10. She is one talented lady. ~nods~ I appreciate your ode below to those who sacrifice to keep us healthy and safe. Very nice. Be well!

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    1. We all must pay our appreciation to heroes as those.

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  11. That is lovely and I will check out her site. I don't put up a tree but I will see what she has.

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  12. Liz creates more than this ornament. Checking her site is awesome.

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  13. Wow. Thanks, Susan. I did not expect a whole post. I'm glad you like it. I just knew I had to knit ornaments. It's fun.

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    1. It must be fun. That is how I feel about writing, quilting, reading...lots of stuff.

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  14. Very pretty, Susan! I can see why you chose that one!

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!