Wednesday, February 18, 2009

What I've been working on...

I made four wooly totes out of a soft recycled blanket from Finland. I sold 2 at Artfiberfest and had these two left. I recently got to work on them and did more embroidery work on this one and totally revised the one below. I just sent them off to Somerset to see if they can use them in one of their magazines.

Another little hooked house wall piece that I sent to Jill Berry. We are doing an art exchange.
So happy she is coming to Artfest this year! She is a great book artist and teacher.
A funny little doll with a hat to keep her warm in this Artic weather.

7 comments:

Tara Ross Studios said...

love your dolly,,, and those bags are to die for,,,I just love them. Maybe I will have one of your bags one day! smiles...

xo...

Sheri said...

Mary, Looove the bags!!!! I spent the whole day yesterday cutting up felted sweaters. Gosh, I didn't realize I had collected so many. (3 suitcases full) Guess I'd better start making some bags too! Yours are too cute.

Mieke said...

Oh WOW SUPER!!!!!!!

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

The bags are wonderful (I doubt that Somerset will resist them)! And the little doll is awesome. I'm always inspired by your work.

Kim said...

Your work always always makes me smile!! Love the bags! :o)

Rabbit Hill Creations said...

Mary, I love those wooly totes!...I am very sure that Somerset will be able to use them! Your hooked house is adorable, I love the little doll as well...such talent!

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