11 Nov 2012


Hi everyone,
Yesterday I bought the new Molly,
I love the little gift that came with it, this time thread and

a guide to crochet flower coasters.

Now I'm not really the crocheting one.. but I can't wait to start.
Corry made this cute bag
and I finished with the vintage handles.

I also finished this messenger for the shop.

Have a good start of the week,

Groetjes, Heleen


  1. Ik heb al 2x met de MM in mijn handen gestaan maar blijf twijfelen. De gehaakte tas is erg mooi!

    Groetjes, Saskia

  2. Ik kon me dit keer niet bedwingen en heb de Mollie Makes besteld.
    Beide tassen zijn fabulous!
    Veel plezier bij het haken van de coasters.

  3. Nu is er ook een nederlandse versie van Mollie Makes, lekker handig als je niet uit de engels talige haak patronen kunt komen ;-)))
    Wat hebben jullie weer mooie tassen gemaakt, inmiddels heb ik ook zo'n mooie gekregen van een collega met een oud borduurwerk erop.
    Veel plezier met de creativiteit....ik geniet ervan!!
    Groetjes, Hetti

  4. Hi, my name is Vicki and I am one-quarter Dutch-American; my grandfather was born in Friesland and I don't know anything much about it. (He has long since passed away.) I just found your site thru Helen Phillips in England via birdieblue in the U.S. I can't quite tell yet if you are in Holland...or the U.S. as a visitor/tourist...but I plan to go in later to your site and scan the archives. I see that you create beautiful works of art with your bags and sewing.

    I also had stumbled on to a blog written by an American girl living permanently in The Netherlands, married to a Dutchman; her site is The Cranberry Chronicle and she, also, is a master crafter with crocheting, knitting and needle/thread. It makes me wonder if my great-grandmother there on the North Sea was equally as talented with home skills as Heidi's and yours.

    I do have many Dutch cousins in Michigan, U.S.A. whom I have yet to meet so far in my life. There is apparently (not just in my own family) a large contingent of immigrant descendents of 19th century Dutch ancestors in Michigan around Frankenmuth (I don't know if that is spelled correctly), Holland (of course) and even Grand Rapids, Michigan as well as upstate New York, Hudson River Valley, specifically Utica, where the Erie Canal utilized a lock system much like that of The Netherlands with the dikes built for sea intrusion. I don't know how intelligently I speak of this because I am only just now learning about it.

    I am crazy for anything Dutch and my mother is definitely her father's child, loving her Delft china collection and holding on to the few things of her father's such as a small Bible inscribed to him in Dutch by his mother when he was not yet ten years old.

  5. Zo leuk, nu ook een nl versie, zag ze liggen, verschillend dus nu moet ik kiezen.... Zo moeilijk...

  6. this blog is beautifull!!! I love it! And I follow it! Sorry for english, I'm an Italian

  7. It is good to have you back. I have missed your posts!

  8. Vorige week ook met de mollie makes in de handen gestaan. Toen toch maar niet gekocht en deze week dacht ik laat ik hem toch maar halen. Uitverkocht in de winkel!.

  9. Wat een mooie gehaakte tas! Wil ik ook altijd nog eens doen... X Jenn


Thank you :)
Groeten, Heleen en Corry

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