Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Back to the easel and sewing machine

It's been a busy week but, today, I managed to make a start on my next painting. Can you guess what it is? And, no Maria, you are not allowed to guess because you already know the answer. lol
I also did some sewing today. My son, Beau, is going to a Costume party on Saturday so needs a cape to go with his outfit. The chequered fabric is the lining for the black cape which I finished this afternoon. I will take a picture of Beau in his devil costume on Saturday to show you all because I know you are all just dying to see it......well, maybe not but I'm going to show you anyways. ;)

5 comments:

  1. Looking forward to seeing this one progress, Serena. I won't spoil it for anyone :-)

    What a great little sewing table. I have my Mum's machine on top of Nick's study desk, now he's down in Brissie. That just reminded me, I have to tidy his room & change it back from my 'sewing room' to his bedroom since he'll be home for the break! Looking forward to seeing your picture of Beau in his costume.

    Have a good week, Serena!

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  2. What cool material to line the cape with! My guess on the painting is a metal chicken flying into different metal parts (at least that is what it looks like now)!!! LOL. Will be watching to see what it turns out to be!!!

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  3. Thanks, Maria ~ :)

    Thanks, Julie....Beau was happy with his cape and the chequered lining looks great. LOVED your idea for the painting! LOL

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  4. I can't tell Serena but I love the blues you chose.

    Nice sewing machine my mother loves to create dresses with her machine.

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  5. Serena, I should have cheated and looked at this post before commenting on the previous one.:)

    Incredible blanket painting. I'm glad you didn't choose not to paint it as it is phenomenal and a creative stretcher for you. You have amazing talent and such paintings are great for you.

    Well done. Exceptionally done!!!

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