This is a picture of my Grandma, she just turn 76 in September. Isn’t she a doll! She’s also a great-great grandma to my Grand Daughter. My grandmother use to crochet these awesome swans. She would crochet using cotton thread, with these really tiny needles. Once she was completed she would starch the crochet swan in liquid starch. Her dollies were precious with the little flowers in the center. She was the one, who taught me how to crochet. I just wanted her to know, that I miss her and I wish her the best Birthday ever.

Éste es una foto de mi Abuela, Su cumpleaños fue en Septiembre. ¡No es ella una muñeca! Ella es también un tátara abuela. Mi abuela le gustaba el crochet, hacia algunos cisnes impresionantes. Ella crochet con un hilo de rosca del algodón, con estas agujas realmente minúsculas. Una vez que la terminaran ella almidón el cisne del crochet en almidón líquido. Sus carros eran preciosos con las pequeñas flores en el centro. De ella fue de quien yo aprendí a ser crochet. Me esa falta y le deseo lo mejor siempre.

Comments

Redsalsa said…
Iris,
I love your knitty blog. I loved the spanish section of your blog...by the way how do you say knitting in espanol?????
Linda Carter - aka Redsalsa
Redsalsa said…
Iris,
I love your knitty blog. I loved the spanish section of your blog...by the way how do you say knitting in espanol?????
Linda Carter - aka Redsalsa
Iris said…
Thanks Linda, I believe to knit you say Tejer. It's the same for all crochet and knitting, also some people say " Hacer Puntas"..

Say hello to all my little friends in Augusta.
Anonymous said…
I'm sure Grandma would love to read your kind sentiment. Send her a greeting card wishing her a great day.

Love you,
Evelyn
Anonymous said…
I'm sure Grandma would love to read your kind sentiment. Send her a greeting card wishing her a great day.

Love you,
Evelyn

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