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I am a mother of eight and grandmother of three who loves to make and create. Rosemary Hill is the name of our home where we live, work, learn and create together

Friday, 31 October 2008

Result of inspiration.

Some playing this evening with colourque. It is so much fun! I have to set my "colouring-in" yet. A job for tomorrow. I like those gum flowers. Lichen is next I think. Then to stitch it and incorporate it into something patchwork. Hmm... fun!


Jo-Anne said...

Such lovely colors!

I am sorry you had a grumpy day, and glad to hear it's gone. I am right there with you in the worrying department...I really wish I didn't worry so much. It never get me anywhere!:) The pictures of the little craft market are fun. I saw some things I would buy! Your grandson is a little cutie patootie! I just want to slurp a big kiss off those chubby little cheeks of his!
I also enjoyed your inspiration pictures. (I used to gather moss walking home from the bus stop when we lived in England!)

Mary said...

oooo I'm likin' that!

Mary said...

Hi! Me again. I just did a google search and can't come up with any info on the colourque other than blogs about it. Do you have a link with more info? I really love it!

Annette said...

Hi Kris,
Just discovered your blog. I'm also from SA, grew up in Adelaide but for the past 19 years have been in Loxton. Enjoyed reading through your entries. Loved the swimmer in the sand, very creative! Your colourque is great, look forward to seeing the Lichen.
I like how you have Adelaide Blogs in your sidebar, I'm about to visit them!

Sarah said...

wow wow and wow!

Mary - I believe Helen is coming over again to teach the technique - check to see if it is near you?

Lotti said...

What a clever cookie you are.....love the design.

Levin (and Emily) said...

it looks gorgeous.
i can relate to your grumpy mood. i got narky cause we don't own our own house and i really want fruit trees but there's always that voice in the back of your mind that convinces you that you may not be around to see them fruit.
good to hear you're feeling happier tho - how could you not with such a gorgeous grandson!

Cheryl said...

You are very smart!!

Helen Stubbings said...

wow Kris, I love it.... I am glad you have found a way to express your drawing on fabric now...keep it going, I want to see more!
hugs, helen

Katherine said...


Jo in Tas said...

Love your colouring, just gorgeous, can't wait to see more of your work.