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April 28, 2011 54 Comments by Kirsty

Hoping you all enjoyed the little break. We had a lovely family holiday & I spent a fair bit of time on the hook.

I’ve scaled it down again…tiny hook & tiny result. I’m working in oranges & greys & am really enjoying the slow pace. It’s quite the thrill to watch my little pile of Os grow.

I’m hoping that my hosting issues over the last week or so have been resolved but if for some reason you can’t access kootoyoo today I do apologise but it’s completely out of my non-techy hands.

Do try pop in & add your link if you’re playing along today.

53 Comments

  1. Thisel & Bean
    4 years ago

    How you have had the patience to make anything so tiny is beyond me. They look awesome though. I look forward to see what you do with them!

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  2. Kate
    4 years ago

    I am having palpitations over those oooo’s!

    x

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  3. Kylie
    4 years ago

    I love these Os! They are just exquisite, Kirsty. The colours look great together too – looking forward to your creation. Kx

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  4. Jess
    4 years ago

    like the others I’m quite blown away by the little Os, just beautiful Kirst,
    love the colour combo too, can’t wait to see the fate of them xo

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  5. Ruth
    4 years ago

    They are soooo tiny! And gorgeous!

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  6. Kerry
    4 years ago

    They are the most beautiful little things. So glad the tech issues seem to be resolved. I love these posts like there’s no tomorrow :)

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  7. cath @ chunkychooky
    4 years ago

    You must have the most amazing eyesight! I don’t know what they are going to be but I love them!

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  8. Asiye
    4 years ago

    beautiful O’s…

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  9. Jill
    4 years ago

    Those tiny o’s are gorgeous!! Are you going to make jewellery with them? or perhaps a tiny bowl of mock cereal? Just beautiful!

    Thanks for hosting again – and welcome back from your holiday!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  10. Tania
    4 years ago

    Those O’s inspired an OOOOOOOOHHHHH! I reckon it’s the colour combo. Had entirely forgotten the merits of oranges and greys. Perfect zing with a sophisticated edge.

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  11. Amanda
    4 years ago

    Oh so tiny

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  12. Tammi
    4 years ago

    ooooo they are so adorable and I love the colours. How do you find the patience to work on something so tiny? Looking forward to seeing what you do with them :)
    xo

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  13. Jackie
    4 years ago

    Those O’s are so lovely and delicate – can’t wait to see what they’ll end up as!

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  14. Caroline
    4 years ago

    Almost like crocheted breakfast cereal, only not so crunchy.

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  15. Kate
    4 years ago

    Love those ‘o’s

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  16. cherrie
    4 years ago

    So cute. Wish I had your patience! Cherrie

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  17. m.e (cathie)
    4 years ago

    the colour, the o’s, loving the pic and looking forward to your amazing creation.

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  18. kellie
    4 years ago

    lovely colours and a lovely collection of o’s! just gorgeous, intriguing as always

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  19. Stacey
    4 years ago

    Such a beautiful colour combination! I’m in the middle of an orange moment. Everything I buy seems to be orange. I love those tiny little Os. You could crochet a bowl of Cheerios.

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  20. flowerpress
    4 years ago

    Your sneak peeks are always so intriguing! I can’t even imagine what those ooos are going to become :-)

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  21. jennie
    4 years ago

    wow – they are sooo oooo tiny!
    Beautiful beautiful colours together they are!

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  22. marie-nicole
    4 years ago

    Love your colour choices… looking forward to seeing what you are going to do with these adorable little o’s.

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  23. Mel
    4 years ago

    Man the colour combination is awesome Kirsty. I can’t BELIEVE you can crochet something sooo teeny tiny!! My eyes are hurting just looking at them … but, you know, in a good way of course.

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  24. trace
    4 years ago

    lovely colours and such delicate fine yarn. I have been experimenting with a bit of coral, pink and grey, I think they look fab together and very autumnal.

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  25. Catherine
    4 years ago

    I love the colour combination your using.

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  26. Marg
    4 years ago

    So tiny but so perfect and gorgeous colours. I wish I had the patience to make those.

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  27. gret
    4 years ago

    Those o’s are perfect. Love love love them!! I’m inspired to keep up the practise…

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  28. Kirsten
    4 years ago

    Oooh, they’re beautiful – oh so delicate!

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  29. Emma
    4 years ago

    Those are so pretty. I love the colours, but you must share a quick tute on how to make them… I guess I could work it out, but I can’t tell if there’s one or two rows of crochet, and how to join neatly!! Thanks for hosting x

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    • Kirsty
      4 years ago

      *** It’s easy…just chain however many to form your ring (I’ve been doing between 4 & 10) & then double crochet into the ring to fill it. I just slip stitch to join.

      Hope this helps.

      KIRSTY

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  30. Michelle (Poppy, Bean and Bloss)
    4 years ago

    You have so much more patience than I do. Love the colours you are using.

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  31. Carley
    4 years ago

    My goodness! So tiny. Amazing

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  32. catherine
    4 years ago

    exquisite!

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  33. Rosalind
    4 years ago

    oh you do tiny so well, teeny tiny and very cute

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  34. Pearlin J
    4 years ago

    OOO those are gorogeous!

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  35. Brenda
    4 years ago

    my o my! look at those tiny treasures!!! I am intrigued but then again i always am when i come visiting here xx

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  36. Viktoria/Donauluft
    4 years ago

    cute project! love the color combo!

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  37. Christina
    4 years ago

    So tiny and so lovely!

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  38. Posie Patchwork
    4 years ago

    Having issues leaving a comment, bugger, love Posie

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  39. Posie Patchwork
    4 years ago

    Oh glee, now it works. Love those Os, in that colour combination, they look like retro nibbles. Haven’t been able to view your blog for ages, so thrilled to see your exciting holiday, we went the other way, up north to Queensland. Hope you had fun in Canberra too, brrr, love Posie

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  40. Anastasia
    4 years ago

    Beautiful combination of colors. I love how you enjoy and do it slowly.
    xx

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  41. Star of the East
    4 years ago

    They looks so delicate and pretty!

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  42. Angela
    4 years ago

    Those Os are so pretty! What are they going to become? I’m just learning to crochet and at this stage all I can make is big and somewhat clumsy looking granny squares!

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  43. belinda/gretchenmist
    4 years ago

    they are really sweet.
    your holiday pics look great too!

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  44. Kylie
    4 years ago

    Your little, teeny O’s are just divine. What will you do with them?

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  45. gretchen/juneatnoon
    4 years ago

    Such great Os, can’t wait to see what you’re up to!

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  46. Buy Design
    4 years ago

    I’m intrigued to see what you are going to do with your tiny crochet.
    Patchwork quilt for a dolls house ?

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  47. feresaknit
    4 years ago

    WOW so teeny tiny, although I’m normally intrigued to find out what things become I’m particularly intrigued by these. :D

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  48. Michelle
    4 years ago

    Oh Kirst – those colours! In little O’s! I lOve them a lot.

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  49. andi
    4 years ago

    They look like crocheted Froot Loops!!

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  50. Valerie
    4 years ago

    oops we’re the ones on school break now !
    but i’m popping in to see what’s up in your corner on the world — so nice to have you back — and I love your colors !
    I have a big prob to my right forefinger that will probably request surgery & long healing :( yet I ‘d have some projects that would require some tiny crochet hooks like this one… oh welll… i’ll have to be patient…
    I’m wondering…are you making some kind of jewels ? or more hangers ?!

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  51. ElisabethAndree
    4 years ago

    Love those tiny (and other) things you make. I bought very thin yarn and tiny tiny hooks a while ago but other projects keep my going. Crocheting is so nice and satisfying to do.

    http://elisabethandree.posterous.com/

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  52. julie k
    4 years ago

    Can’t wait to see what you’ll be making with these!

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