Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Great Way To Organize Worms!


My friend Renee made this cute worm holder. I'm getting ready to take a vacation and plan on taking a new hooking project with me. This little organizer keeps worms tidy and in place!

11 comments:

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Hi Dulcy ~ Love the worm holder (nice friend!) and the art paper box is very artistic looking ~ good job!! Happy vacationing!
Alice

Ragamuffin Gal said...

Your yarn looks so organized, wish I could get mine inside of mine like that ~ hey! I love how you have your rugs in the flickr badge ~ they look wonderful and inspiring (like I need to get back and make/finish some). Blessings,k

janw said...

You had me worried for a minute -- I didn't know your yarn was called worms. I could see you in your backyard sorting your worms by color & size. Have a great vacation. Jan

Relyn said...

Dulcy,

Thanks so much for visiting Sloane's blog. It really gave her a big thrill. I wish I had gotten a picture of her smile. She wrote a comment on your latest rug post. You might have to go back to get it. Love you. Miss you. ~ R

JoJo said...

Nice worm holder. It will sure keep those strips organized, especially while you're on vacation. And I love your filing cabinet. Great way to make it over.

Relyn said...

When you get a chance, please stop by my blog. I left something there I hope you will enjoy. Miss you. Can't wait to see pictures of your trip.

Woolly Lott Rugs said...

Dulcy... I love your blog.... Go to my blog.... I have a little award there for you. Cyndi

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Good Morning Dulcy!! I've missed your posts but if you also go my blog ~ I have an award for you, too!! Hope you're having fun, wherever you are!!

katie said...

Love the worm holder, I also have one, great for travel. I see you are from the Ozarks, we have a great little rug hooking store in Warsaw, under new ownership, come visit if you can. Where is Simple Fibers, we love visiting other stores.

katie

Dulcy said...

Hi Katie!

Simply Fibers is on South Campbell. We hook there every other Wednesday night. It's a great place, and our teacher, wool dyer, and the person who takes care of the rug hooking supplies is Tammy. You can access her blog from mine (friends blogs). A trip to Warsaw sounds like fun!

katie said...

I've added you to my blog friends. I do hope we can get together some time.
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