I often use felted beads in my freeform work incorporating them into the fabric or attaching them to tassels & what not but always have some left over & so a little stash grew – what to do with them? A friend suggested necklaces… hmmmm…. not really my thing… but I decided to give it a go anyway…. what fun & I think they look great, if I do say so myself
I’m a bit late posting this year – why is time whizzing by at such breakneck speed?
So…. it’s that time of year again when all the beanie nuts come out of the woodwork to show off their creations at the Alice Springs Beanie Festival & what a wonderful collection of talent there is to see again this year – take note of my cyber friend, Megan Jack’s entry… she receive a well deserved special mention for her amazing beanie ‘Under Ones Sun’ in the Loveliest Madcap Category – hopefully one day I’ll get to visit this fabulous Aussie event….
Here are my entries for 2010
‘Blue Mountains’ – A freeform Crochet snood – lots of bullions, spirals, tunisian patches & a scattering of beads to add some bling
‘Country Life’ – is an upcycled beanie made from an old woollen jumper that has been felted then cut & sewn into shape – corkscrew tassels added to the crown to finish
It is such an honour to be included in this wonderful collaboration of Freeform Artists from around the world. None of us saw each other’s pieces until now, so it’s a delicious surprise to see how we each interpreted the theme ‘Somewhere in My World’. A huge thank you must go the Myra Wood for her inspiration & curating this fabulous eye candy.
The 2010 International Freeform Guild’s show, Somewhere in My World includes 61 freeform fiber artists from all around the globe.
Please… take a look, but be warned… the inspirational content may be contagious & you’ll never be the same again……
Check it out!!!… had the honour of being included in this Flickr Gallery “Rug Hooking Inspiration” – really awesome work – it’s wonderful to see rag rugging is still alive & kicking
Freeform crochet has taken over for the moment but here are some other examples of Rag Rugs that I created what now seems like a long, long time.
No doubt it’s no secret that I love to crochet – freeform, traditional or exploring new techniques but sometimes it’s just as exciting to play in a different playground – splashing about in my kitchen with soap & water & beautiful silk fibres I came up with these little beauties… & very pleased with the results