Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A creative environment

we have created

it warms my heart
to see the hands and heart
resonates with my family

both my daughters have learned to make wool felt
from me
then with their own impression
are creating wonderful things
wearable
and useful
all made with 100% aussie merino wool
and available here
she also creates one off orders

my gorgeous little grandaughter Juniper
i will bring you a couple more of the other daughters
next week
....
as for me
i am still busy touching up on my crochet skills
enjoying this very much
and ready to take this a little further

i am leaving you with a lovely (not so) photo of a recent hail storm we
experienced here
very unusual for winter


winter has been a long one here
and a cold one
loving it none the less
enjoy the day
and check out other familys' creativity here
xx

12 comments:

Tammy said...

Lovely creative girls you all are! I love that googly eyed snail and especially love the garden bed details in the scene those carrots are amazing!

Jem said...

This is so lovely - your girls will have such fond memories of making things with you - I have them of making things with my own Mum :-)

Jem xXx

Cat from Raspberry Rainbow said...

Oh how cute is that little snail!

And how lovely your daughters are wool felting, just like their mumma.

Michelle @ rockMYroll said...

I adore your worm...he is just the cutest!!
Mxo

Kelly Ingram said...

The little snail just melts me - he's too, too cute.

ohangelina said...

love little junipers hat!!

Sam Findlay said...

Lovely!

Bec said...

Ooh love your worm and the little landscape, very clever.

Catherine said...

What beautiful creations your daughters have made and how proud you must be of their work and learning from you:) Your green crochet is looking good, love the colour. :)

Kathryn Mitchell said...

*gasp* the critter in the top photo is adorable!

Pearlin J said...

the snail is soo cute.

Mami Made It said...

What a lovely scene your girls felted! Adorable!

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