I loved me some Gavin and Stacey. I only got into the show in the middle of series two, but I avidly watched series three and even had a little sniffle at the last episode.
And my favourite character? It's got to be Nessa. She had the best lines in the show, and was such a well rounded, hilarious character. Getting up on my feminist high horse (whoa there Barbara) I would say it was good to see a strong female character in a prime time show. One who didn't give a shit. One who did exactly what she wanted to.
So as a tribute, I give you my line embroidery of Nessa, and her quote about how she felt on her wedding day. Tidy.
Monday, 18 January 2010
This weekend I made these slippers. I got the idea from a post on Craftster at http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=323205.0. They only took a couple of hours, and they are so cosy! I used some fabric with Japanese kitties that I bought at the Harrogate craft fair in the Autumn.
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Saturday, 16 January 2010
So, for Christmas I decided to give P his own Louis Wain cat. I couldn't afford a painting, and I couldn't find a print I liked, so I decided to embroider a cat. This is a embroidered version of "Cat with Lute" - you can see the original here: http://www.lilitu.com/catland/gallery/lute.shtml.
I've never really been confident with satin stitch, so I decide to get confident, and so this is all pretty much satin stitch. As you can see from the photo it still needs pressing framing properly. It's about 7 by 5 inches. I'm very proud of it, even though it was only finished on Christmas eve at 10pm!!
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Thursday, 14 January 2010
Since my boss and his wife are producing a human in February 2010, I decided this might should find a home with them. Double ahn.
Posted by Anonymous at 16:31
And at the same time I'm crafting away with no place to share my wonderful creations. So for 2010, I want to post my crafty creation here. I'll start with a couple of projects from 2009.
First is a bat I made for Pen and Alex in New Zealand. Bat was made of thin cordeuroy (sp?) and flowery pink cotton, and luffingly hand stitched. Ahn.
Posted by Anonymous at 16:28