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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

2 craft weekends....and a cold

I had such a good weekend last weekend and then on Monday I woke up with a terrible cold. It has been awful. I've not been able to craft or anything, which is really unlike me. I went in to work on Thursday, but that was a mistake and I ended up home on Fri. So here is my chance at catching you up with what I've been doing!!!

First, to show you what I made at the workshop with Gillian Harris.
I'm actually very proud of this bag. I for once picked colors that I really like and made a shape I like. It is suppose to be a bag, but of course it is wayyy to small for me. But it is very inspirational. I might do some beading or embroidery on it, just to add something to the front. The back is an experiment...well it all was I guess....but she encourage us to throw caution to the wind. The pink nubs were hard on the hand, when you are doing the rubbing. But the flicks were really nice.



She also told us to decorate the inside...so this is what I did. We were all so keen on getting going, we forgot to do very much decoration. I love the color though, there are three layers of color, so each layer adds something to the top layer.

It was great fun and my friend Ruth and I were able to catch up afterwards with a nice supper!

5 comments:

Kendra said...

It sounds like you enjoyed your felting woekshop. I love the little bag you made. The colours you chose are beautiful

I hope that you are feeling much better now.

Anonymous said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this cute little bag! I think you did a great job for a first try!! Glad to get to see it, made me say Awwwww, it's so whee and sweet! Very pretty too, love that inside treatment. Is it reversible then?

Knitting Mummy said...

The bag is lovely. I think if I went to Alley Palley for more than one day I would definately try some of the workshops there, but it would infringe on my buying time.

alyshajane said...

Sounds like you had a fantastic time AND made a gorgeous bag, too! Hope you feel better soon!

feltedfibers said...

love the bag, well done, I have Gillian's book, great inspiration! One day I will get to Alley Palley but until then I will enjoy Harrogate.