Wednesday, 2 September 2009

(an early) my creative space

my space at the moment looks a bit like this... well, this isn't really my creative space so much as my pile of current projects that have been pushed aside for the last few weeks. they have been just piling up on the dining table as i have been working hard to finish my soft sculpture piece for the exhibition echos lost. now that the piece is done (although yet to be named), i can finally have some time to continue working on making the old jumper into something new (the dark green wool and granny squares). and to finally finish my first granny squaring project - which is slowly but surely turning into a doll's blanket for my god-daughter (in the basket up the back on the ironing board). and to make some more veggie bags (there is fabric in this pic, it's just buried under everything else), as they have proved so very useful i have decided i need some more. oh, and the LP guide - i'm going on holidays next friday (eek! holidays, how exciting) to Alice Springs, and a bit of reading up and planning is in the works as well. i'm a bit early this week, but for other creative spacers (as always) see kirsty...

14 comments:

Amanda said...

Have a great holiday!!! and love me some granny squares..Yours are marvelous...

Nikki Cardigan said...

I love your pile of projects... at least you know where they all are, patiently waiting for your attention!

Michelle said...

I find piles of projects inspiring in themselves!

Have a great holiday!

Aussie-waffler said...

Don't you just love how versatile dining tables are, creating and eating, multi-tasking furniture :)

74limelane said...

Wow - have a great holiday. Piles mean busyness - which is always good!

Kirsty said...

How exciting! Have a wonderful holiday.

Kylie said...

Have a fabulous time! It's an amazing place. Love your busy table :) K

june at noon said...

Piles of projects, blessing and curse. Have a good trip!

Gina said...

I bet you come back with a whole host of OTHER projects in your head! I hope it's amazing. xx

yardage girl said...

Have a great holiday - hope the red centre imparts some inspiration and relaxation.

gretchenmist said...

it's good to have a few things on the go!
hope your holiday is fun :)

Michelle said...

Dining tables are versatile aren't they. Hope the exhibition goes well and you have a great holiday.

Claire (ethel loves fred) said...

I'm loving your piece for Echo's Lost, very delicate and strong. I love being a part of omnific, the best part for me is seeing the different ways the same brief is interpreted - such a thrill. I won't be at the opening, but will be down in Melbourne the 1st week of October, and can't wait to see this one! I loved working to such a small scale as well, I wouldn't ordinarly work this small, but so glad I did.

becclebee said...

thanks all for the lovely holiday wishes. i am so in countdown mode. just need to find the time to pack all of these projects away before i leave.

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