Thursday, July 16, 2009

My creative space...


It's all about filling orders this week. I'm loving my time on the couch embroidering Dream Girls and Boys to be made into Port-a-Plushes.


More little critters for brooches. Hopefully some will make it to the shop soon or if you can't wait you can pre-order a few of the designs here.


And the beginnings of a production line of kitties, bunnies and puppies.

For more creative spaces or to share your own head over to Kirsty's.

And pop back later this week for the first interview in the new 3 Quick Questions series of posts featuring some fabulous and inspiring crafters, designers, retailers and bloggers.

21 comments:

Hot Fudge said...

I love the production line of kitties, bunnies and puppies. You are so efficient - how do you manage it?

Kylie said...

There's something about production line shots - just gorgeous! Great creative space, Rebecca :) K

Selina said...

I always love your space! So well organised too! love the production lines.

june at noon said...

Such cute embroideries, and I always love a nice production line. Great space this week!

i cant sew said...

oh i get a little jealous when i see such organisation. great to see your little business growing! have a great thursday

Elizabeth said...

i just love all your little embroideries. :)

midge said...

isn't production line sewing the best invention ever. love the embroidery, i think singlre color is big

gretchenmist said...

it's great that u are busy with all these. am dreaming about a brooch with one of your dream girls on it ~ would a brooch be too small for this design?? {am guessing it would be}.
thanks for your comment :)

James Mortimer said...

So thats where you have been!!! No wonder I can't find you sometimes little love xoxoxox

Kirsty said...

I really enjoy your neatly arranged stacks of crafting & the 3 Quick Questions sounds wonderful.

Jetta's Nest said...

I'm just going to borrow some of your organisedness, OK :)

See you Sunday :)

claribell said...

looks so tidy, and calm - apart from the dream girls hair blowing in the night breeze. i love stopping by your space.

woollywotnots said...

wow. you're always so busy and everything looks wonderful :-)

Christina Lowry said...

Love seeing your works in progress! You should be sponsored by a linen company I'm sure. Free linen for you, wonderful advertising for them! :)

caramela said...

Lovely creative space Rebecca, what beautiful embroideries- I can sympathise with your quest for the perfect linen, I have been in a quest for the pefrect paper for a few years, perfect paper for watercolor, for gouache, and now I am on a quest for the perfect paper for digital prints...
Good luck with it all!
Annamaria

Gillian said...

Like your little production line! Love your embroidery too - trying to self-teach myself at the moment but methinks it will take some time before I reach your standard! G

Michelle said...

How beautiful - even the plain fabric! Your photos scream of inspiration and enthusiasm. Have a great week!

Melinda said...

Hi Rebecca,

Your creative space is so inspiring. I have been following your blog since I bought one of your little brooches at the Brisstyle Markets 2 weeks ago. I think I might have to become an etsy seller too.

Have a great friday and weekend.
Melinda :)

edward and lilly said...

Thanks Melinda :)

If you set up an etsy shop let me know, I would love to check it out!

Sandrine said...

Beautiful work space, so well organise;)compare to mine...;)

Gina said...

I admire your focus, and that you enjoy producing multiples of the same thing. Your items are beautiful and simple and fresh - and clearly selling like hotcakes, as they should!
Not that I really know what hotcakes are, or why they sell...