LAVENDER EVERYTHING 

Any shade of Lavender is beautiful to me, and for fall it just seem perfect.

  

There’s lots of shades we can use to make projects shine:

  
I have used two of those shades to make slippers some years back and now I want to use them again.

All images are from my friend Google    
 
Inspiration overload!!

Happy Labor Day Weekend! 

Comments

  1. Love it everything! So cute :)! Bye. K

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  2. My favourite colour is purple…. and i love that there are so many shades 🙂

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  3. Lovely projects! They would certainly make beautiful presents. This is really inspiring me for my next burst of crochet. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  4. I don’t use much purple but having seen this I can see now which shades I prefer and will look out for. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  5. These are all pretty. I don’t use much violet, but it does add an elegance to these pieces.

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  6. I love these beautiful things. Lavender is indeed a wonderful color.

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  7. Beautiful examples of my favorite color.

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  8. I’m loving lavender at the moment too. My current afghan project has two shades of lavender off set by cream. I’m loving how the purples work!

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  9. Who knew there were so many shades of Lavender? I can almost smell them…..

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  10. Love the lavender! Those pillows are beautiful!

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  11. The same to you and your family, Mtetar

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  12. Thank you for the color swatch picture. I think I will be able to play with the shades better after this. Funny how the little things mean so much.

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