Monday again! Actually it is a lovely bright Monday here and it suits my spirit today!! A new day has dawned and I'm delighted to say we are back to playing 'happy families'.......The whole of last week was spent dealing with a stomach bug which Leah seemed to bring home from nursery:( Thankfully today the sun is shining and hope has returned:))
My post title explains this post-obviously the only stitching that could be done all of last week was something simple and an 'easy pick me up, put me down' project, so there was needle punch and applique.
I don't do Valentines much but I did spy a little doodle from 'Bird in Hand Primitives' blog and after punching, I thought it would look nice on a pocket pillow. Here is my attempt and I want to thank Robin for being so generous with her artistic talent and sharing freely her doodles.
I attached some rusty wire and hung it below a wall light. That is a rusty pin with some small buttons, in case you are wondering what is attached to the homespun tie.
This next pic is of my happy little helper as we sat this morning and stuffed a few other simple little wool applique pillows-so glad she is feeling well again and able to be up and about,
For now they are grouped together in a wire basket although the snowman will soon have to depart for another year and hopefully that will be a sign that spring has sprung?
Well, mums duties are beckoning-I have 10mins to be at the school to take my big son to get his haircut. Here's to a productive week, whatever you are doing,
Blessings, Shazy x
Hello again - an d great to hear from you! I hope you are all well and it looks like Leah has her smile back and looking as adorable as ever!ReplyDelete
The heart is just gorgeous and I love the grouping of wool pillows in the wire basket!
Wowza Shazy, and here I thought that you didn't have any time to sew!LOLReplyDelete
I am ga-ga over your heart punch pocket pillow! It looks amazing, as do your other wool pillows ~ love them all, but esp. that snowman! What pattern is that? I am jealous over the amount of wool you have acquired! tee hee
Glad your household is finally rid of the sickness ~ Leah is a cutie pie!
Have a great week!
I love your wool pillows! So glad your all feeling better. Looks like you have a great little helper, that brings back memories for me of when my girls was little. Enjoy it! Have a great day.ReplyDelete
I love your pillows, you did a fantasticReplyDelete
job on them!
A cute pillow for Valentine's Day. I have very little to decorate with for February. Wish I could get some things done but not this year.ReplyDelete
Glad you are all feeling better. I can't seem to finish anything when I feel great. How do you do it when you are feeling poorly?! How is the wool dying coming along?ReplyDelete
That heart is awesome and I love all the pillows. Glad you are all feeling better!ReplyDelete
Love the heart and pillows! Glad Leah is feeling better. I bet she's a good helper!ReplyDelete
Love the heart and the darling pillows!!! So prim and beautiful!! Nice wool! I think I could spy quite a nice stash in the background! LOL! I visited some really cute prim shops last weekend and picked up a few items. I totally thought of you a few times! :-)ReplyDelete
So glad your little helper is feeling better! I love all of your pillows, the heart is so sweet and looks great hanging under your little light.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend!
Ooooo Shazy :)ReplyDelete
LOVE you punched Heart...reeeeeaaally lovely...you are soooo good at 'punching'...hehehe
And your wool pillows are cute...you're good at that tooo! :)
And I'm glad to see you've already started training Leah, lol! ;)
Hugs for you and Leah, Love wendy x
Although I have not attempted one of Robin's patterns, I love her style and she is so sweet to share so much of her talent! What a cute idea to make a pocket pillow from one of her doodles, it turned out beautiful!ReplyDelete
Sweet picture of your pretty little baby girl! I love when mine want to help out, it's fun to teach them about crafting.
The cute little wool applique pillows are wonderfully prim! Love them!