No snow – but bitterly cold to-day.
The only place to be was hunkered down in the Studio, which stays quite warm.
Warmer than our old stone house!
Thanks so much for all the brilliant captions that you left on yesterdays post –
I think I am going to do that more often – it is such fun!
Back in the studio to-day, and I can assure you – my desk did not look this tidy this morning. I had to spend the day sorting out the mess that I had abandoned there before Christmas. Sometimes it seems that the smaller the piece of work – the greater the mess.
Why should that be?
“An Angel for Beth”
Embroidery and mixed media, (detail)
This year I am NOT full of Christmas cheer and spirit. To-day I bought and wrote my Christmas cards – and as I was writing them – I thought the designs I had chosen were rubbish. (We don’t have many shopping choices locally).
Why did I not think about Christmas a month ago – and make my own cards from one of my designs – I say it every year and never give myself enough time ….. bah humbug!
In the studio to-day and this is my current work in progress it will be a small piece only about 20cm x 20cm (7 inches x 7 inches). It is rather a tongue in cheek look at the fact that most people don’t do dress-making any more.
The title “A little bit of lace” comes from a Great Aunt – who was a wonderful dress-maker, and was often heard saying;-
“A little bit of cream
And a little bit of lace,
Does you no harm”
Such a grey and rainy day to-day, that the studio was the only place to be – making backgrounds for my next embroidery, which will be reminiscent of the summer garden.
Photographing my textile jewellery for the ETSY shop – a splash of summer colour in the studio
…So the studio is the place to be, with “Memories of the Summer
A day in the Studio – Autumn Spiral