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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

My Creative Space…

… has waved bye bye to the crochet hooks (temporarily of course) and warmly welcomed the scissors and sewing machine back again.

I’ve been cutting out these woolly squares,
and transforming them into these soft rattle balls,
which have been very much loved by Maya!
I have also been admiring these gorgeous vintage sheet fat quarters that arrived recently and matching them with my existing collection. Thanks Ange for a great swap!

Where’s your creative space at this week?

16 comments:

Tracey said...

love your woolly, colourful balls xx

handmadehappiness said...

love maya's new toys too lovely and getting used to x

Jodie said...

What a fantastic idea - and they look so lovely too!

Danielle McDonald said...

Great colour combinations. I bet they're lovely and soft.

Amanda said...

Oh I love the rattle balls..FUN!!!

Melinda said...

Wow, you have certainly been busy. Your rattle balls look gorgeous.

Sarah said...

Those balls are too cute!

Bianca said...

oh! WOW WOW WOW!!! they're GREAT! is that your own pattern?

Please, please share your design, they are awesome, I have a 1 year old b'day coming up and they would be SUPER.

xB

angelina said...

my goodness. i love the balls!!! very smart!

Angie said...

Gorgeous woolly goodness!

Steph said...

Oh those balls are wonderful! And what a collection of jumpers you must have had. And vintage sheets...sigh :)

Bugalugs aka Jacqui said...

They are lovely! looks like they have some great texture too ;-)

melissa said...

Those woollen balls are absolutely gorgeous, love the colours... Beautiful, love the vintage sheets too!

Morrgan said...

Oooh, such tempting piles of fabric! The balls are so sweet too!

Tina said...

You have been so busy!!! The balls look so beautiful there in the basket, although I'm sure they don't stay in there for very long! Fun!

Christina said...

Love the woolly rattle balls. Last night I was actually making english paper pieced hexagon fabric balls for the babies in my life. My Mum made one for Cohen and he loved it and she gave me the pattern. I think they would be great as a part of a baby shower gift.

The vintage sheets are fantastic too. They look so inviting in that lovely neat pile! :)

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