Wednesday, June 8, 2011

who wants to do housework?

 I am having so much fun...

with these blocks...

these are from Sue Spargo's 2011 BOM  called Imperial Blooms, check out her blog,

I have not worked with wool before, and I am loving it!

 still a  bit to go, and 2 more blocks to do once I completely finish these ones...
 
are you enjoying your week then?

13 comments:

Micki said...

I will have to do that one day. I love those kind of blocks and using the wools, etc. Beautiful work, and so much better than housework!
Micki

Cardygirl said...

Such gorgeous blocks!

marina said...

I am a newbie to wools and I love working with them too.
Your blocks look great, look forward to seeing how they piece together.

Allie said...

Oh my that does look like fun - way better than housework any ol' day! I just love Sue's stuff, she really makes me wish I wasn't allergic to wool!!! You're doing a FABULOUS job on these!

Farm Girl said...

Housework should always be kept for 'another day' - let's face it - it's not going anywhere is it! LOL

Your blocks are gorgeous Shiree, always lovely to find a new technique you enjoy too.

Lorraine said...

I "found" wool a while ago and love it.....so easy to work with and very forgiving.....! Housework or stitching....no contest! Housework?...what housework?

Sue said...

I love Sue Spargo's work too. Way better than housework.

Roz said...
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Roz said...

Great to see your progress since I saw you in Christchurch. They are really yummy and tactile blocks.

rubyslipperz said...

I vote for NO housework! =P
I would much rather be doing something more fun... =)

I need to try doing some wool...I've not tried it yet and it looks fun.

hugZ,
annie
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Lynette (NZ) said...

I love Sue Spargo's work - your pieces are beautiful. You definitely have your priorities right :-)

Leeanne said...

I have not worked with wool felt before and looking at this beautiful work makes me want to give it a go!

Saar said...

http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/2011/05/my-trip-to-italie.html

Check this out, 5 days in Italy with Sue! dreams are free.