Saturday, April 15, 2006
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Tropical Screamer & Tropical Dreamer: Knitted item requested
I thought that this was too cute not to share.Thanks Darilyn!
Posted by Maureen at 2:33 pm
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
I used a page from a tourist blurb for this journal: Moreton Bay Islands......(North) Stradbroke Island.Affectionately known as Straddie ,the island has white beaches and on one side,good surfing;On the inland side are oyster beds,quiet waters and remnants of sand mining ventures of the 70s
Posted by Maureen at 7:15 pm
Showing the covers of my five (mini)journals before they left today to SusanL in Germany.I first blogged about them back in February after reading about them on SharonB's "inaminuteago".
One of the several new challenges I have accepted this year.
(I wonder how many Susan has now?)
Posted by Maureen at 6:36 pm
Monday, April 10, 2006
Today's mail delivery disclosed this needle felted postcard from Belle.The lady in question has only been needlefelting for a month or so......
so imagine what the results will be with more practice!
I think I'll just give her my supplies and send commissions direct to her!
The way she has blended the rovings in the petals gives a really life-like effect.Can you see the crystal dewdrop glistening just above the darker shade on the upper central petal?
Thank you Belle!
Posted by Maureen at 4:51 pm
Sunday, April 09, 2006
The March AJQ,which was originally planned as being the February project is as complete as I can manage!
This is the "mark two" version;hopefully I'll complete the "markone" in a day or so,and publish it for comparison.
This one,I'm calling "Stagnation"------
As you may remember from earlier postings I'm attempting a series based on various aspects of the Murray River which is accepted as an Australian icon.
Unfortunately the river is not too healthy in parts these days,due to irrigation demands,climatic conditions and encroaching civilisation;so this was my attempt at portraying the patches of blue-green algae that occur sometimes in the Summer season.
Has it worked??
Posted by Maureen at 10:56 am