Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Pumpkin Patch



Milo is checking out harvest for spring.

Hmm looks good..maybe Mommy will make him a pumkin pie for dinner :)

Chicken Scratch Tea Towel



Chicken scratch on gingham tea-towel. Pattern from 'Gingham Tracks - by Carolyn Brown and Berniece Martin.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

September 2010

Spring is here and its time to work in the garden...prune, fertilse, soil conditioner, mulch it all up and prepare it for summer. I have a few of my potted plants ready to be repotted or go into the backyard for summer. I am still thinking if I should wait for the landscape guy to finish before I put these into my garden because I am anticipating a bit of ripping out and digging when the lawn and retic go in. The landscape work will hopefully begin September end and I am eagerly looking forward to it.


Meanwhile, back indoors I am trying my hand at making a turtle without a pattern. Now, it is challenging but also exciting to try to make a felt softie with a twist. I find the turtle shell a bit tricky but hey it is supposed to be a fun activity so I am making it and enjoying as it goes :)


P.S : I have to take fresh pics of Mr.Owl , cannot open the images after I transferred them to my computer...wonder why?? Oh well, fresh pics will be up soon.



Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Projects from 2009




Just found some images of sewing and chicken scratch I did last year and thought I would upload them here.
The one on blue gingham is the first one I made while learning chicken scratch embroidery . Second one is corner pattern on a blue pillow case. Still working on the second one to complete the pair :)

Monday, August 30, 2010

Project for August 2010

Recently, I came across an article in comunity paper about a lady selling plush toys for babies online. One of the toys in the picture was of that of an owl. I found it so cute that I hoped I would find a few easy patterns online ( I can't sew for my life :) ) .
I did find so many adorable ones. Some of them were easy and since I have never tried making a soft toy before,I tried easy one from http://www.heynowwhoanow.com/decorate/free-download-owls/
The pattern is so simple and cute. I made one with felt as I find it easier to work with felt.
Will be posting a picture of the owl I made very soon.