Thursday, December 3, 2009
My creative space
I have my first market in nine days and I'm trying to maintain an aura of calmness and control. My day job is busier than ever, I'm going away for three days and my house looks like a cyclone went through it. Cyclone Michelle, that is.
I spent three nights machine quilting bags for the market, and last night I got to trim them all with my rotary cutter. It's very satisfying seeing the bags go from messy layers of fabric and batting to neat rectangles of cuteness.
It's even more satifying seeing them become useful little bags.
Play along with Kirsty!
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I like your production line method - very ingenious!ReplyDelete
a pile of lovely goodness. it never rains it pours, good luck getting ready!ReplyDelete
It really is so satisfying isn't it?? Good luck with the market.ReplyDelete
Yep - I love the really satisfying jobs like that too - these look lovely, and good luck for the market!ReplyDelete
Don't stress too much. Have fun on your trip.ReplyDelete
I hope your production line goes quick and with no troubles. Love the pile.ReplyDelete
Oh, wow, those neat, quilted stacks just make my obsessive-compulsive heart go a-flutter!ReplyDelete
Nice work Michelle - love the little stack of promise!ReplyDelete
They look awesome all stacked up together like that ;-) Nice!ReplyDelete
They do look good all piled up like that.ReplyDelete
Good luck again for the market, I'm sad I can't come and visit you on your debut!
Good luck at the market!ReplyDelete
We like little rectangles of cuteness over here too, though my usual form would be to cut them all into the wrong-sized rectangle of cuteness - especially if there's a deadline looming!ReplyDelete
Go cyclone Michelle. Your rectangles do look lovely.ReplyDelete
keep breathing and it will all be OK. perhaps staying home may have been worth a thought!ReplyDelete
looks so efficient and orderly!ReplyDelete
Love the apple for scale - and now you have me looing for fresh and fil.....You are an evil enabler! (Good luck with the market! I'm sure you won't need it, you look very organised!)
Ooh, how exciting!!! You're going to be fabulous. Which market are you at?? I'd love to come visit :-) That little stack looks so very delicious!!ReplyDelete