I love Jenny! I have several of her patterns. I've used them on baby bibs (headphones), dishtowels (rockets, veggies/fruit, cats), squares on a quilt I am working on (sexy space girl, horse, another kitty. These are in red work). Made "shrinky-dink" stuff (robot, swallow with banner, little elf girl). Edging on a pillow (Eiffel Tower, lipstick, red pumps, stars). Another pillow (guitar, hula dancer, musical notes--for pleasant dreams). I love her embroidered portraits (amazing stuff--really opens the mind to all sorts of possibilities!). Oh, yes, I also bought from her website, a pair of small pink scissors that NO ONE gets to use but me. I have had so much fun with her patterns.
Absolutely fabulous bag! Did you do the art work? If so: kudos! I am going to look for the rest of your projects! Good job!
Oh my! You did a great job! Thanks for the tutorial.
Wow. I like these very much! I love surreal art.
Very lovely! Are the tea cups stamped on the fabric?
Very cute! Very clever! I like the placement, fabric choices and the design. Good job!
Love Harley and love the article. I'm glad she's getting all this attention, she's great.
You must be very proud of your husband's talent! These are so cool! This one is especially detailed. Goodness, this must have taken so much planning and patience! Wild!
Very cool! It's amazing! I like how the star hangs and swings. I like how beautiful the moon is. And the stem looks like it took some planning!
That is a very cool pipe. The carving is wonderful.
Way cool! I think it's neat! Good job!
This rocks! Kudos to you for being such a good friend! Very, very cool!
I love, love, love Tim Gunn!
This is so cool!
You are so welcome. I thought it was a great silhouette and the story was cute. I had to tell my family about the 'nickname' and that your Pop liked his tee (they like that, too). But we had to use the internet to figure out what 'git' was (ha!). I also like the sports angle, way cool.
I loved the story behind it!
Good job, especially since he wears it!
So freakin' cute.
It is decorated nicely. I love the choice of pattern and colors.
One suggestion: use a tiny bit of felt to cover up the base of the pinback for a tidy look.
This is just the thing for my best bud's birthday.
She is an amazing seamstress.
And I'll have to make one for me, of course.
I like your choice of colors and your placement of images is done very well. Placement for me is the most difficult and it is what makes or breaks a project.
Wow! I love your pin! I agree with you about the architects of that era. Good choice of subject, color, materials. Well done (can't take my eyes off of it). Good job!
"Now I'm in my mid-30s, my life is caught up in other projects and it sometimes feels too late."
It's never too late to write! It is never too late to nail down that perfect observation or commentary of who we are. Only you can put to paper what is relevant to your place and time. We won't know you, what is important to you or gain insight without your input. Just from the historical stand point writing has value. For example: sure in 2008 there were wars going on, but what did it mean to you? Or maybe you were able to communicate someone else's experience.
I've never been to a workshop (and maybe won't!). It's too bad this happened to you. Soul killing is what that is. I hope you keep writing. Good or bad you are adding yet another view on the human experience! Keep writing and keep loving the written word.
And a note to stephie N. there is room enough for fairies and such! You keep writing about what you care about. There are tons and tons of people who actively read sci-fi, fantasy and manga. And that's cool you have a support system (mum and buddies).
Write on! (right on!)
I love this! I love hearts and you inspired me to try and see what I can do with your idea! Very cool!
I love, love, love Invader Zim! You did a splendid job of making an adorable plushie. Cool! So cute.
Who is your model?