Thursday, November 19, 2009

My creative space ...


30 kitties, bunnies and puppies means 60 little ears and 60 little arms need to be sewn, turned and pressed... not that I'm counting, the last thing you want to do is start counting when your space is this repetitious...


it's all for the love of BiDM of course, which is now just over 2 weeks away!


Luckily I have beautiful things to play with this week, like gorgeous wool blanketing samples thanks to this generous Daylesford soul. Incredibly soft, they will be put to work in January to make some very special Cuddly Cats.

For more spaces or to show off your own pop over to Kirsty's.

And if any of you Brisbanites are heading to ABCD tonight, I'll see you there!

28 comments:

Kirsty said...

I love your production line shots Bec. They never look production line at all.

Lola Nova said...

beautiful photos as always. what a lot of lovely in the works!

edward and lilly said...

hehe, they may not look like production line shots but I'm feeling very much like I belong in a factory in China this week!

Kate said...

Those photos are great. You could frame a few production line shots for your stall. It adds the background story to your lovely finished product.

Cherry said...

60 ears and 60 arms - yes best not to count. Just look forward to the little army you'll have when it's complete! Love to see a photo

SewAmy said...

omg, I can't emagine sewing all those arms and little ears.

Vic said...

Looks like you have been, and shall continue to be, very busy!

Thea said...

At least you're keeping out of trouble. Will see you tonight! x

Aussie-waffler said...

Those blanketing samples look so silky, what wonderful little treasures they will make. Good luck with all the ears and arms.

gret said...

Looks like beautiful work as usual!!

Kylie said...

They all look so beautiful. I really love photos of parts waiting to be assembled :) Those wool samples look just divine, Rebecca - I want to run my hand over them! what a lovely friend. K

june at noon said...

Whew! That looks like a lot of work, and I'm feeling a little overwhelmed on your behalf. But I have a feeling it will all be fabulous in the end.;)

Little Ted Canvas said...

Can't wait to see the end result of all that tiny stitching, looks like they will be very sweet!

teddybearswednesday said...

Gorgeous fabrics and photos. Look forward to see all your kitties, bunnies and dogs.

AnastasiaC said...

ohhh you're on a roll!!
i love seeing people's WIP!

Kristin said...

Those fabrics are super cute. I so admire your patience. : )

Amanda said...

Wow that's a lot of one thing..I am so ADD creative I don't know that I could do it :P....Lovin' all the fabric..

Tracey said...

i love the sight of mass legs, arms and softie bodies all ready to be whipped into little beasties :)

caramela said...

Lovely and oh so organised!I really love your work in the shop- I have to get some of your work in my favs-
Annamaria :)

yardage girl said...

Good luck with all of the ears and arms - you must be a patient soul. Loving the wool blanket samples - I just want to feel them - they look so soft.

Peta @ Pippiwillow said...

Wow! You are making the elves at the north pole look lazy! Peta

Nikki Cardigan said...

See, I'm thinking that maybe you should be counting. With all those bits and pieces to make, you don't want to be making extras!

midge said...

i'm a huge fan of the production line. just make sure you count as rhe limbs go on

Ieva said...

beautiful pictures and works. inspired.

ittybittyandpretty said...

always nice to pop in and see your work. have you given up your day job yet and made this your life?
good luck for the big day
xx

Tracey said...

Such beautiful photos... and so much creative energy = wonderful!! xx

74 Lime Lane said...

they look absolutely lovely though, such a gorgeous mix of fabrics!

Elizabeth said...

i've been doing a bit of embroidery - you can see it on my blog over the past week - and i'll have more next week. embroidery pictures make me think of you . . . ;)