Friday, November 27, 2009

My Creative Space... a day late

It's been that kind of week. The start of the week was spent in a state of blind panic (in my role of solo-office-chick on the busiest days of the week). The rest of the week has been spent trying to catch up on my own neglected secret-squirrel work and trying to be a good Mummy (after a few days of being quite the opposite) .... and I haven't been creating much at all.

At the risk of boring readers rigid with more craft projects by that child I keep banging on about - I only have these photos to show.... so I'm showing them.


Dolls clothes were sewn (with help) on the sewing machine. Buttons were sewn on with a real (not-too-sharp embroidery) needle. In other words, the indoctrination programme is going according to plan.

BTW - That's paint on the background....!


And those Ink&Spindle girls had better watch their backs... there's a new kid on the textile design block....

...who's still trying to get to grips with the subtleties of armhole shaping in her patternmaking technique.


I've no idea where she learned such a slap-dash approach to garment making...?!

Head on over to Kirst's for more creative spaces.

10 comments:

zofia said...

Ahh, a textile designer in the making! Love it, I would buy that print! The doll's gear is very cool too. You must be a proud mama.

The Handmaden said...

Dolly looks lovely, what a clever girl she is - must take after somebody!

willywagtail said...

She is amazing! I love a child who is crafty. Cherrie

méri said...

She has the potencial!!! Lovely!
She has the best teacher, we must say :)

(i love those pants! in fact i do love all black and white or white and black fabric)

Aussie-waffler said...

What a clever bunny, just love a bit of kiddie creativity.

Liam's Mummy said...

It seems the indoctrination plan is going very well. She's a lucky girl to have access to all that crafty gear, good genetics and full-time access to a very good instructor. She definitely has the potential to go very, very far.

Gina said...

Frankly I'd be ripping off that floral design and flogging it quick smart! What a little talent. Love the indoctrination.

Andi said...

hehehe!!!

The Craft Gypsy said...

Oh too gorgeous, you must be so proud!

Nikki Cardigan said...

I guess there is no fighting genetics! She's a lucky girl to have a mother who - while may not be perfect every week (and I ask... "who is?") - takes the time to allow her to explore and create and learn and have fun.