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Friday, August 28, 2009

Rooster Blog Party!

First of all, thank you, Bella Vista, for inviting me to your Rooster Blog Party! I hope to make many new friends! Here are my roosters. I crocheted these and they are for sale in my shop called Honey Bee Crochet by SturmDM. Most of them are potholders, a couple of kitchen towels with crocheted toppers and one tortilla/flatbread keeper that I named Senior Gallo. I hope you like them. I can make them in any color combination you like. Just let me know. Happy Rooster Party - Cock-a-doodle-doo!

23 comments:

Bearly Sane said...

Aren't you the clever one ... I never thought one could make crocheted roosters and I love the tea towels as well as the rooster you are painting.
Hugs.
Sandi - My Roosters Party On

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Doris, oh my goodness, they are absolutely adorable. So full of life and beautiful color! Thanks for sharing them with us and being a part of this day!!

Barb :-)

♥ Kathy said...

Hi Doris :) Thank you for visiting my cookbook today. I thought I'd pop on over to answer the questions you left me. I have an explanation of my prices in my sidebar under the title 'How much?' and my current prices are from my Texas Walmart. We don't pay taxes on food there so the price is the price which is very nice. I've just recently moved with my husband to Georgia to be near his family and haven't even gotten a chance to check out Georgia prices yet. I hope they're not terribly higher but if they are I'll adjust my prices accordingly. Also, the King Cake is a traditional New Orleans Mardi Gras cake that is supposed to have inedible items inside of it. If you want to read more about it you can click here. I hope you have a great day :) Your blog looks wonderful...I'll have to come back when I have a little time to visit! Kathy ♥

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Doris, what a great job you did with the crocheting roosters, all are beautiful, thank you for sharing.
Sue

JKW said...

I love to crochet so seeing a rooster party crochet person is wonderful fun. Oh, the painting is great and thank you for sharing that. Blessings, Janet

Doris Sturm said...

Thanks everyone for visiting my blog. That's the most action I've seen all in one day ;-) I love this Rooster Party! What fun!

Cindy said...

How cute are those! I would like to learn to crochet someday and make fun things like those!

I am having a rooster giveaway at http://fairytalescottage.blogspot.com/2009/08/rooster-party-giveawayrooster-party.html
Hope you can stop by~Hugs, Cindy
Blessings on your day!

Michelle said...

The rooster hotpads are adorable! Also loved your photos of th cypress trees. I used to live in FL and when I see certain photos it makes me wish that we stayed in FL!

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Doris,

How clever! Your crocheted roosted are absolutely adorable!

~ Tracy

jerseygirl211 said...

Doris, I do many types of crafts, but never crocheted. I admire everyone who has the patience to do it. Thanks for sharing with us.

'D'

Doris Sturm said...

I have to say that I'm really enjoying this Rooster Blog Party - my first one ever. I have met some very nice people and seen many lovely blogs and handsome roosters. What a wonderful experience. Thanks for inviting me :-)

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Well, aren't you smart crocheting those cute roosters! I like the sombrero, I could have used it with my fiesta rooster!

Katherine

Sarah said...

Very creative! Thanks for sharing your roosters. I'm working my way through the parties, but it may take me all weekend. So many wonderful roosters to visit. Hope to see you at my place for a little rooster fun. hyacinthforthesoul.blogspot.com

Joyce said...

You are so talented to make all these Roosters. I like your painting too and also your photo of Johnny on your sidebar. I just think he is the cutest pirate in the world:) your dog is adorable no wonder why he won a well groomed contest. I am not sure where in Ga you are located but will look it up on the map next. The HONEY festival sounds nice. I try to take a spoon of local honey each day for allergies. Not sure it really works but it sure is fun eating the honey:)
Joyce

gin said...

cute cute cute. How original your roosters are.

Kathleen said...

Hi Doris,
Thanks for visiting my blog! I wish I could share a piece of the cake you wanted!
Your crochets roosters are unique..First ones I have seen come to the party!
Thanks for showing us!
Kathleen
Southampton, NY

Jacque said...

Doris,

Thanks for stopping by the farmhouse for a visit and for your sweet comment. I have certainly enjoyed participating in the Rooster Party, have gotten the chance to see so many different roosters.

Your crochet work is equisite! I can see why you teach. Your roosters are so darn cute!! Thanks for sharing them with us.

Have a blessed weekend!

Irma's Rose Cottage said...

Love your Roosters! Thanks for sharing.

Irma :)

Micki said...

I love that your items are crocheted. I also love to crochet, and learned how to do it when I was a little girl.
Nice to meet you and thanks for stopping by my blog.
Micki

Julie said...

I Love your Roosters... I am having a give away Please try to stop by...
xoxo
Julie

Charli and me said...

What sweet little roosters you have. the fact that they are hand made makes them extra speical. I love all of the colors. Thanks for sharing. I am still making my way around :>)

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

What sweet crocheted roosters!! I love the patriotic ones best. Love the pretty towels, too! Thanks so much for visiting me & please come again soon!

Big Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

The Beneficial Bee said...

Hi Doris,
I want to see your china! I can see a post on my dashboard, but can't find it on your blog! Jess