Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Memorial Weekend Project!

What unusual weather we have been having! I'm sure you all agree!  Freezing one day and frying the next! No different this weekend with lots of sun but a chill in the air.  We still made the best of it!   We arrived at our cabin late Saturday morning and the temp was only about 64 degrees but with the sun shining it did help with the spirits. It dropped to 34 degrees that night! It is the end of May.... right?!?!?
 It was so nice to have a 3 day break from crafting but guess what!  The creative mind just never sleeps!  I was taking note to all the grapevine hanging from the trees so before I knew it we were gathering it up.  With a little bit of twisting and wiring we completed the arched trellis.  On Monday we completed the 4 with the straight pieces which go a lot quicker.  Hope to have a few more ready by the time the craft shows roll around!
 
It may be hard to pick the vines out of the trees but this is what we started with.
 
Until next time! Enjoy your day!
~Teresa~
 

9 comments:

  1. Lovely! Those trellises are wonderful!
    Blessings, Patti

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  2. those are just wonderful, good for you!

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  3. Great job. A crafter's mind never rests

    Felicia

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  4. Oh Teresa, beautiful, I love willow crafts, Francine.

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  5. Great job, Teresa! I'm always fascinated by the willow furniture we see at shows...can you imagine how much work they are!?!...Jan

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  6. Wow Teresa those trellis are amazing! I just love them and wish I lived closer so I could snag one from you at the show.
    Donna

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  7. Love your trellis! It looks like a lot of work but they turned out beautifully! ~Roberta

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  8. Love the TRELLISES Teresa - Oh how I'd love one of them.
    Are you going to have them at the Lititz show????
    We had temps like you - hot to frost!!!
    Blessings,
    Karen

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  9. I am back again...can you tell me what the width and length of these are...the plain ones that is.
    We want to make sure that we can put it on our roof rack and tie it down but don't want it to be so long we don't know what to do with it.
    Karen

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