Saturday, December 25, 2010

A Rainy Christmas 2010

"Last Christmas, I gave you my heart..."


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I was hoping it would be a white Christmas this year since the news had earlier reported that winter 2010 would be the coldest winter in the past 50 years.  However, according to the weather report for the past few days, this year's Christmas would not be a white one, but would be a rainy one instead.  And so this morning, I woke up, opened up my window blinds and found that indeed the weather report was correct... the day started off with a wet, dull morning.

On the other hand, the malls and streets outside have been filled with warm Christmas music, making me feel the joy in air without needing to see any snow on the ground!  To decorate my house for the annual Christmas party held at my house, I decided to crochet a music band and put it next to our fire place (see photo above).

Here are some photos of the band members:



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Domo was featured earlier under a previous post.  I wanted it to be part of the band just because the position of its hands seemed perfect for playing the drums. =P  I gave it an extra Christmas hat to give it some more of a Christmasy theme ~ 



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Kronos the bear was made using a similar pattern as my Mochi bear featured in another post of mine.  The design of the scarf was inspired by a scarf that I saw being sold at Banana Republic~ (their scarf was much prettier of course!)



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Tami is the one with the big heart on its tummy.  It's supposed to be a squirrel. =)

For more photos of my Christmas band, visit my Christmas Band set on Flickr!

Merry Christmas everyone!! :)

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At January 4, 2011 at 1:19 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to be one of the most talented people i know. A person is not only talented because of his/her skill, but having a creative imagination without borders. And you, being just a full-time microbiology student, possesses all that. I love all of your works and pictures that not only express the simplicity of your life but also the complexity of this world. I'm not sure about others, but at least for me, I feel relaxed, and comfortable reading your blogs. Thank you JCY-works for sharing your wonderful creations with the rest of us that tell us more about yourself and perhaps exactly how each of us hopes to see a tiny bit of this world. I wonder what will be coming for the new years. xD Keep up with what you're doing, I'll be following everyday and supporting you! Oh, and I always leave this place with a smile. Thank you. =)

 

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Saturday, December 25, 2010

A Rainy Christmas 2010

"Last Christmas, I gave you my heart..."


band01


I was hoping it would be a white Christmas this year since the news had earlier reported that winter 2010 would be the coldest winter in the past 50 years.  However, according to the weather report for the past few days, this year's Christmas would not be a white one, but would be a rainy one instead.  And so this morning, I woke up, opened up my window blinds and found that indeed the weather report was correct... the day started off with a wet, dull morning.

On the other hand, the malls and streets outside have been filled with warm Christmas music, making me feel the joy in air without needing to see any snow on the ground!  To decorate my house for the annual Christmas party held at my house, I decided to crochet a music band and put it next to our fire place (see photo above).

Here are some photos of the band members:



band02


Domo was featured earlier under a previous post.  I wanted it to be part of the band just because the position of its hands seemed perfect for playing the drums. =P  I gave it an extra Christmas hat to give it some more of a Christmasy theme ~ 



band03


Kronos the bear was made using a similar pattern as my Mochi bear featured in another post of mine.  The design of the scarf was inspired by a scarf that I saw being sold at Banana Republic~ (their scarf was much prettier of course!)



band04


Tami is the one with the big heart on its tummy.  It's supposed to be a squirrel. =)

For more photos of my Christmas band, visit my Christmas Band set on Flickr!

Merry Christmas everyone!! :)

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At January 4, 2011 at 1:19 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to be one of the most talented people i know. A person is not only talented because of his/her skill, but having a creative imagination without borders. And you, being just a full-time microbiology student, possesses all that. I love all of your works and pictures that not only express the simplicity of your life but also the complexity of this world. I'm not sure about others, but at least for me, I feel relaxed, and comfortable reading your blogs. Thank you JCY-works for sharing your wonderful creations with the rest of us that tell us more about yourself and perhaps exactly how each of us hopes to see a tiny bit of this world. I wonder what will be coming for the new years. xD Keep up with what you're doing, I'll be following everyday and supporting you! Oh, and I always leave this place with a smile. Thank you. =)

 

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A Rainy Christmas 2010

"Last Christmas, I gave you my heart..."


band01


I was hoping it would be a white Christmas this year since the news had earlier reported that winter 2010 would be the coldest winter in the past 50 years.  However, according to the weather report for the past few days, this year's Christmas would not be a white one, but would be a rainy one instead.  And so this morning, I woke up, opened up my window blinds and found that indeed the weather report was correct... the day started off with a wet, dull morning.

On the other hand, the malls and streets outside have been filled with warm Christmas music, making me feel the joy in air without needing to see any snow on the ground!  To decorate my house for the annual Christmas party held at my house, I decided to crochet a music band and put it next to our fire place (see photo above).

Here are some photos of the band members:



band02


Domo was featured earlier under a previous post.  I wanted it to be part of the band just because the position of its hands seemed perfect for playing the drums. =P  I gave it an extra Christmas hat to give it some more of a Christmasy theme ~ 



band03


Kronos the bear was made using a similar pattern as my Mochi bear featured in another post of mine.  The design of the scarf was inspired by a scarf that I saw being sold at Banana Republic~ (their scarf was much prettier of course!)



band04


Tami is the one with the big heart on its tummy.  It's supposed to be a squirrel. =)

For more photos of my Christmas band, visit my Christmas Band set on Flickr!

Merry Christmas everyone!! :)

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