Friday, November 6, 2009

feeling crafty

oh yeah, that's right, I have a blog. I momentarily forgot about that while I was busy making all manner of crafty goodness for the balmain art and craft show, which is happening this weekend. There were the usual suspects; the bunnies, the little effelants, the big ones, some new bags and some bunting,

all of which I have managed to create in the couple of hours a day when I could be lying down or reading a book while the little one naps, but choose to sew like a mad woman instead. So, feeling very proud of myself for having created what I considered to be a fairly ample supply of craftiness to be displayed at the show, off I drove down to sydney, with my medium-sized (vintage) suitcase full of goodness, thinking that I would fill my little cubicle and all would be sweet. And it was sweet, only they kind of wanted more. So, feeling just a little inadequate, home I went, whereupon I decided it was time to unleash a new creature. If they want more, then more they'll get. So, out came mr. owl.coming up with the owl has been a rather long and involved process, and I was pretty happy when this particular incarnation presented itself at around noon yesterday. By midnight last night, this little family was complete and ready to go forth into the world. My sweet husband did the honours and dropped them off for me after work, only to find out that most of the other stuff had already sold. As it was being unpacked. So if you happen to find yourself at the show this weekend, and you happen to see a rather pitiful little display with a cute handmade banner that says "hazyjane", and you're thinking, "hmm, that hazyjane really could have put in a bit more effort", please note, I DID!!


JasperBoy said...

Everything looks divine, no surprise there!! I'm looking forward to some more clothing in store soon (hint!).

Jen in Melbourne

helen macnair said...

Wow...beautiful colourful animal families!! Hope it went well babe! xxx

Levin (and Emily) said...

i love your owls!
and i LOVE your bunting - such beautiful fabrics and colours. i wish i could have been there to buy it.
i think you are doing a spectacular job making and sewing with three kids. i have produced nothing lately :(
(but summer holidays are coming)

jodi said...

yay for you emma. it all looks great.
need another pair os long summer pants for che. are you free this thursday morning for a park date?

katiecrackernuts said...

They're so colourful. Gorgeous stuff.