Thursday, September 3, 2009

My Creative Space

This weeks creative space is all paper and fabric.
  • Still going on with the paper piecing and loving it. Handsewing is so theraputic.
  • Playing with the postcards i picked up from the Op Shop. It was hard to cut them up, especially the one i found written by a Church Leader to one of his flock on the back of a Big Pineapple postcard. CLASSIC!
  • Playing with the fabric scraps from my hexagons, got a great idea for a cute little artwork.
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15 comments:

Tammy James said...

the little fabric scraps collage is so cute! Very clever and creative :)

Amanda said...

Love your space this week...Great little dress and what a neat idea with the postcards...

Kylie said...

These really look fantastic, Nikki! So interesting and inspiring :) K

Kirsty said...

Your scrappy little lady looks terrific.

kellie said...

Love the little scrappy lady at the end. great use of the leftovers.

daylesford organics said...

So much going on and it all looks great.

Teresa p said...

I love to hand sew as well. I really like the look of paper-pieced hexagons and can't wait to try it out. What a great scrap idea, btw.

Michelle said...

Loving the little hexagons!

Gina said...

You're definitely a thinker and tinker, aren't you? Lots of fun ideas going on there. Inspiring.

sophie said...

what a beautiful creative space! i love paper piecing and hand sewing too, it's become a favourite pastime.

M* (Melanie) said...

Looks like you are having lots of fun Nicola. A great space

elk said...

this is so exciting to see...keep snipping away!

yardage girl said...

Love the lady and her ruffle skirt - very creative!

june at noon said...

Each photo was better than the last! I love what you're doing with the hexagons and the postcards, but I especially love the idea you came up with for your scraps!

Anna Bartlett said...

Have you seen the hex stitching Alicia paulson has been doing on Posy Gets Cosy? Having never hexed myself, I admire your patience. The end results look wonderful!