Sunday, 7 June 2009

Sunday Bread Baking and Flower Making

Today was a busy
 day, first was the
 bread making, I
 like to braid my
 bread with four
 pieces. If I don't
 keep up with this,
 I sometimes forget
 how to do it. so I
 have to close my
 eyes and
 remember how
 my Mother did it.....
I want to make a couple
 of handbags for my
 granddaughters
 as they both have 
birthdays coming up.......
So I made flowers with
 wool and I embellished 
them with vintage flowers
 from an old hat and I may
 add a button or two.
 I was thinking of hanging
 some wool strawberries 
from the handle.
I love working
 with wool, it is so
 forgiving and
easy to sew. It comes
 in so many colors too.
Back to the kitchen
 I go, more bread
 is ready....
Have a good
 week everyone!!!
MB









12 comments:

SharDon Exclusives said...

Yummy! I can almost smell that wonderful aroma. I should try that someday. So far I have only used a bread machine which probably makes you cringe....The purses are darling. You are one talented lady...tks for sharing
Sharon

Ирина said...

Bread of vyglyadet very appetizingly!
And bags are likable! Strawberries will look at oneself on them well!
In all kind!

blushing rose said...

Darling totes/bags. Bread reminds me of the days when Mother baked ... the aroma drifts thru still. TTFN ~Marydon

Coastal Sisters said...
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Coastal Sisters said...

Hi Margaret~
Thank you so much for putting my button on your Blog for my Giveaway. I have put your name in twice :)

These little bags are adorable! Looking at all the bread is making me hungry!!

LuLu~*xoxo
p.s. That was me that deleted the posting above...I had a typo and had to fix it!!! :)

Mayflower said...

Ohhhhh Margaret, it looks delicious your self-made bread and what a suprise for your granddaughters, the bags are beautiful, your so a creative woman.
Have a nice week.
Lovely greetings from Mea

Lynn said...

Doing my blog catch up sweetie, sorry it's been a while, had a lot going on both on and off the computer.
I just love your knitting back in the previous post, I wonder if I will ever get back to knitting???? I also love these bags with the flowers, are they ever sweet. I saw some neat roses made from zippers on Magpies Nest (Patty) blog, not sure if you follow her or not, I think you would like them :)

Your bread, well it looks amazing and I bet it smells and tastes great too, I just don't like being in the kitchen myself LOL

Diane said...

Your bread is beautiful! I'm sure it smells divine. And your little purses are adorable, I hope they're old enough to appreciate how special they are.

alicew said...

The bread looks sooo delicious and those little bags are too cute!

Lisa said...

Yummy!! And the bread looks good too! hehehe
Hugs,Lisa

Michelle (Shell) May said...

My friend you are so very talented! Love the flowers and that bread.... I can smell it! Beautiful!
bunny hugs,
shell

Allidink said...

Oh my YUM! I love fresh bread that looks amazing! So much work into making bread and it's sooo worth it. Those bags are so pretty! They will love them :)

All the best,
Allison