Thursday, 22 October 2009

Traffic - another work in progress

It's Theme Thursday time again. I started this project a few days ago with high hopes of completing it for today. A traffic jam of herded sheep seemed perfect for todays theme. But I've got a nasty flu, might even be that killer 'Man flu' I've heard so much about, I'm sure it must be deadlier for us women :)

So I'm afraid a work in progress is all I can show as I haven't been able to muster up any energy for felting the past day or two. Sorry its not much of a offering.

23 comments:

VE said...

Get well!

Jasmine said...

Thank you VE :)

ArtSparker said...

I see some little faces in there...hope you feel better soonest!

Brian Miller said...

hope you feel better soon. do show us the finished product when you are done?

Delphyne said...

I, too, can see some faces in the piece - can't wait to see the finished work!

Hope you're feeling better soon!

Jasmine said...

Thanks guys. Hopefully I will shake this flu soon and have a transformed and completed piece to show you :)

e said...

I hope you're on the mend! Take care and thanks for posting.

Coffee Messiah said...

Keep clear of the sheeple and you'll get better soon ; )

Caio Fernandes said...

your prolific atitude refreshs my inspirations !!

Harnett-Hargrove said...

I see their little heads merging! Get fit! -Jayne

The Scrybe said...

Looks amazing! I showed my sister the miracles you create with felt, and she too was impressed :) Get well soon.

Sandra Leigh said...

Have a good rest - and get well soon.

Crafty Green Poet said...

hope you feel better soon,

Jill said...

Oh DO get well...and try to avoid the killer 'man flu!'

GreenWhisper said...

well wishes.. hope you feel much better soon.

another beautiful piece of art, even unfinished! everytime i see your work i just think WoW! ..tis amazing x

Fresca said...

Oooh...just discovered your blog and it inspires me to get out those old wool sweaters I turned to felt last year (just washed them in soapy hot water) and turn them into little toys. I'm no textile artist (hardly!), but I believe even I can sew button eyes on, at least.

Several people I know have been hard hit by the flu---do take good care of yourself!

Jukka said...

I was attacked by shepp when I took a short cut in a pasture the other day. They are up to no good, this sheep.

Tammie Lee said...

Oh, how about elderberry tea, tincture or infusion! also Garlic not peeled soaked in honey for 2-3 days is suppose to be helpful. I have mine brewing for friends....
This is a wonderful felt piece. i love all the faces!

Baino said...

Hey, traffic comes in all shapes and sizes. It's very creative. What do you do with these pieces when they're finished? Are they for framing or making into something? Very clever and yes, get well soon.

T said...

Look after that flu Jasmine, and take the time to rest up. Get well soon...Love your felt.

xt

Jasmine said...

Thank you Theme Thursday friends or your get well wishes. I hope to have something better or complete to offer next week :)

Jukka - you made me smile. I got a fright one day when crossing a field of cows. Something I've done many times, but this time they all charge at me and some reared onto two legs... I ran. I hop to get a new computer very soon so should be able to leave comments for you again. This laptop is a pain in he a** and wont let me comment on so may blogs...

Greenwhisper & Tammie - Thank you so much :)

Fresca - Lovely to see you here. I love your book making blog. Very creative.

Baino - I've tarted getting some of hem framed. I intend to give some as Christmas Gifts to relatives but am trying hard to make alternatives for them instead so I can keep hold of them. Felt is a lovely medium, so versatile.

T - Thank you. You know I love your felt :)

Renee said...

Jasmine your work is wonderful, I have just been looking at it. I love the sheeps face too.

I have a friend named Linda Sue, I will try to get her blog site and bring it back here, she does felting also and it is so beautiful and she has the most wicked sense of humour.

Thank you for this information on the birds.

Renee xoxoo

Jasmine said...

Renee - Thank you for visiting:)
I'd love to see our friends blog. I love seeing other peoples felt creations