Monday, 3 February 2014

What Happened Next

All the needle-felting and doming mesh and stitching was made up into another chest, upright this time.


No, I can't find the place where you can rotate a picture by degrees on this silly Mac so you will have to put up with it wonky.  A view from the side.  It's a triangular chest so looks a little strange from this angle.

And the inside with it's silk lining.

It was fun to make!

This is a photo of my little tent thing I bought as I had several people ask about it.  It's 50 cms square and came with the lights.  Mind you they are not the greatest of photos as I did take the above rather quickly just to shove them on here as we have a man due to fiddle with the internet aerial any moment and I wanted to just post this quick!!


As I mentioned before the base materials, the prefelt, wool, organza, scrim and yarn came from The Threadstudio as part of the monthly Needlefelting Club.  Great for having all these things arrive in the post colourways already chosen!!!

Don't forget too if you fancy a creative break away you can join Dale in Italy in October this year, just go to this link to find the details. http://www.abruzzoschoolofcreativeart.com/dale-rollerson.php  I am so looking forward to going!!!

John took me to the Craft 4 Crafters Show at Exeter last Thursday.  I didn't have much of a list of things to buy and when I saw things I liked I realised I had the already at home!!  Saved a fair bit of cash but as it's my year of USE that's good.

Have a great week!

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9 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeous and how great to get the colours mixed for you

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  2. That is pretty and just my colours. Good to be getting creative at such a dull time of year.

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  3. Lovely little chest. Keys finally went in the post yesterday, sorry, sat in my car for ages ! Xx

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  4. Thank you all for liking it. :-)

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  5. You are so creative. Looks great.

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  6. That is so sweet....and such fabulous wild colours! Love it..... :-)

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  7. Loving your caskets (wonky or not!) & books, they're just beautiful. I thought I'd followed you yonks ago, anyway, I'm there now!

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  8. Love your casket! I'm so envious of your trip to Italy - you'll love it with Dale, she's such great fun and down to earth.

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