Love the white polka dots formed by the blank centres of this singles-record-cover patchwork.Colourful leftovers from a new batch of cord keepers!
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Pulling apart books for the work I do has given me a real appreciation for their construction, page quality, spine strength, etc. I try to save pretty cover pages and have enjoyed making them up into spheres:
These 2 were made from pages from a garden book. The leafy green jug is a retro find for sale at the markets early next month.
Maps are often printed on cover pages, and so that's what this sphere is made from:
Monday, January 16, 2012
Felt-Tip-Pen Cross-Stitch Rabbit and Paper Sphere:
I've had some time to do some paper work over the past few days.
I've been longing to try a cross-stitch pattern on book print and enjoyed my first quick attempt.
The sphere is one of many I made a while ago. Inspired by How About Orange, I made this one from book cover pages.
Thursday, January 12, 2012
I bought some vintage hand towels to use as floor cleaning cloths. I don't want them confused with my genuine hand towels, so I doodled with some black embroidery on the edges to id them! Quite liberating to stitch when it doesn't matter too much how it turns out!
Monday, January 09, 2012
Pretty, pretty pink roses - a gift from a friend.
Some more petals in silver bowl to dry out for a while. [Our climate is too damp for pot pourri]
Lovely to enjoy them for a while longer!