Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Columbine Yarn Bowl

It's been months since mom has done any knitting.   She didn't know what to knit.  All she knew is that she wanted to knit something - anything.   A scarf can always be used.

Mom loves Etsy.  She checks out handmade things on there all the time.
She decided one day to look for yarn bowls.  She has seen lots of wooden ones and some of them are just gorgeous but she wonders how they stay put and not dump the yarn as you're pulling on it.  Wood isn't really all that heavy.    And she wondered how a pottery one would work - and one that has a squatty bottom that made lots of contact with the floor.

She found the perfect yarn bowl!  It looks black and tan but it's actually a very dark forest green and it has a beautiful Columbine flower on it.
The potter, Miss Chaucy, lives in Colorado so she knows Columbine flowers well.
And when mom knits, we are constantly reminded of our friends, KB and Shyla and R, who also live in Colorado and post lots of beautiful Columbine flowers on their blog☺
 This is the back of the yarn bowl.   That slot really does work and this bowl does not tip over at all.   It's heavy and well made and so beautiful and mom absolutely loves it!
 You're being silly, mom~~
Miss Chaucy is also on facebook and as mom scrolled through her posts, she noticed that she does pumpkin pottery in the autumn.    I have a funny feeling this won't be the first and last time she she buys something from Miss Chaucy!

Love ya lots♥


Gus said...

That is lovely. If I knew how to knit, I might buy one.

But I have a question. Do you think I could convert it to a spaghetti bowl, and avoid having my pasta get all knotted while I slurp it out?

Also, I think it might help with that extra sauce that gets all over my face

Love from
Teka Toy

Julie said...

Does this really work Mom, does the wool not get knotted inside?
I nose my Mum has often thought about getting sumthingy like this…..oh and she says, does it keep cheeky puppy paws out?
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

Susie said...

What an amazing idea, we don't have anything like that over here, you just left the yarn fall on the floor!! It looks lovely and I bet the pumpkin ones will be very bright. Have a Happy Wednesday you two. Hugs,Susie & Treacle xx

easyweimaraner said...

oh we love this bowl... the granny of the mama often lost the yarn while knitting&watching tv... this bowl would be such a perfect gift for her...

Jan said...

What a great idea and a gorgeous bowl might inspire us to knit again

Two French Bulldogs said...

Mom found a very nice bowl. Etsy does have some cool stuff
Lily & Edward

The Army of Four said...

That is so beautiful! It makes our mom wish she knitted so she could get one. Ha roo roo roo -- our mom is weird sometimes!
Yours sincerely,
Margaret Thatcher

Kinley Westie said...

What a pretty bowl!

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

That's a great idea! And Molly, you look like a judge.

Idaho PugRanch said...

That is beautiful. OUr mom used to crochet but never knitted
Hazel & Mabel

Millie and Walter said...

What a beautiful bowl. You are a great model for your mom's scarf. Maybe she will make it sized for you to help keep you warm in the winter.

The Gang at LLB said...

Wow...we see our Mama looking real close at the little holes in the side and thinking about her current crochet project...We think she may be visiting Miss Chaucy's shop too!
Jakey & Arty

Cat Chat With Caren and Cody (Caren Gittleman) said...

that is such a pretty bowl!! DakotasDen

KB said...

I love your bowl - it's gorgeous! Columbines are my favorite flower. I love when you're silly, Molly!

M. K. Clinton said...

This is so exciting! My daughter knits and this will make a perfect Christmas gift for her! I would have NEVER thought such a thing even existed!! Thank you so much for sharing. ☺

C.L.W.STEP said...

That's a good idea!

Sue said...

She has some beautiful things on her site. Mom says it would be hard to choose.