Thursday, 11 February 2010

Bazaar Talk





 

 


This morning, the sun graced us with her presence long enough for me to take some reasonable pictures of my latest felted pieces.   These scarves are now listed for sale in Natures Whispers Bazaar.  To see more pictures of the blue scarf, please see the post below. 

18 comments:

Sandra said...

Wow, wow, wow, these scarves are so lovely!
You've been working hard. Hope your shop is going to be a succes.
XXX

Brian Miller said...

wow, these are beautiful! love the colors...

Fiona said...

They are just gorgeous. What fabulous colours.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

I do like the scrunch texture, is that done simply by 'shrink' or is it sewn? -J

Caio Fernandes said...

this morning the sun graced ......
this is the best way to start a day.....
and with wonderful pieces of art as these ..........

Titus said...

What wonderful things!
Thank you, coming here is sometimes like walking through the seasons and the elements.

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

You've been so busy while I've been away. All your felted pieces are wonderful and I love your new header with the little stitches

Thanks always for your lovely comments. You brighten my day!

Carolyn ♥

Laura Hegfield said...

Jasmine these are absolutely exquisite! I would love to learn to make felted pieces like these...just beautiful. I'm blown away.
xo

yvette said...

great!!!!

Needle Woven Studio said...

Pure beauty, Jasmine!

Ginga Squid said...

Beautiful - and you must have so much patience to do all that beadwork!

Poetic Artist said...

These are truly beautiful..
I know you are going to sale a lot..

Marilyn Rock said...

Sooooooooooooo beautiful!

Karin Bartimole said...

The delicate beading touches me - these are so tender and beautiful Jasmine... xox

Jasmine said...

Sandra - Thank you. You make me smile xOx

Brian - Thank you. i have a lot of ideas :)

Fiona - It is lovely to see you here. Thank you :)

Jayne - The scrunch effect occurs where there are pockets of silk in the design without wool. The wool shrinks at a faster rate than the silk so the silk scrunches. I love this aspect of nuno.

Caio - Thank you, we don't get much sun right now. Plenty of attempts at snow and hail ut mostly grey clouds :)

Titus - That is so sweet of you. Thank you, I am smiling now x

Carolyn - I love to visit you, your posts righten my day xx

Laura - Thank you. Anytime you wish to learn I am happy to answer as many questions as you like. That is how I learned x

Yvette - Sending love xxx

Needle Woven Studio - Thank you. It is a pleasure to see you here :)

Ginga - the beads did take a long time, ut i really wanted to make this piece all it could be. i love working with eco dyed wool x

Katelyn - I hope so. Thank you.

Marilyn - Thank you. Do you have a blog elsewhere? I tried to return the visit ut i could not see a log. i know some of my other blogging friends have a google profile for leaving comments but are on typepad or wordpress...

Karin - Thank you. I have been thinking aout you and Lynne Hoppe the past few days. There is something aout each of your work that inspires me a lot x

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

Every time I see your scarves I just wish I could wrap myself up in one...they are beautiful!

Tammie Lee said...

you are doing such fun and creative things!

Cat said...

Delightful!
Congrats to your winners!