The Kaffe Fassett exhibition, currently on at Mottisfont, Hampshire is beautifully staged.
Some of the rooms are light and bright and some are dimly lit with rich and cosy colours – so dark it was difficult to take photos of the wonderful quilting.
My entry in our One-a-week Photo Challenge.
Please leave a link to your entry in the comments.
Kaffe Fassett exhibition at Mottisfont.
His colours and cosy chunky sweaters say ‘Comfortable’ to me.
To join in with our Photo Challenge just leave a link to your Comfortable photos in the comments.
Also joining the Daily Post: Knit
Cee’s FunFoto Challenge: Letter ‘O’
Must have the letter ‘O’ anywhere in the word.
dark ghoulish oufit?
not for me
Now, what do you think I’m going to do with these? Any ideas?
My entry in our One-a-Week Photo Challenge
Please leave your link in the comments here or on Cathy’s post.
These fabric flowers are my latest purchase online from a fairly local Craft Shop called Hobbycraft
And joining in with
Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge, prompt words: SPOOKY and NIGHT
remembering our ancestors
I don’t need Christmas
My heart celebrates Solstice
Turning to the light
Using a bit of poetic licence here to meet our One-a-Week Photo Challenge Prompt: Regal
I was trying to make a tealight holder out of used teabags that was not so BROWN.
After painting it with white Gesso it somehow said ‘Christmas’ to me, so I painted the inside with some gold paint, a few dots around the outside and then it said ‘CROWN’.
Also joining in with Ronovan’s weekly Haiku challenge – prompt words HEART and NEED
Posted in crafty tricks, haiku, Haiku Challenge, Photo Challenge, recycling
Tagged haiku, haiku challenge, homemade tealight holder, One-a-Week Photo Challenge, photo challenge, recycled teabags, Ronovan's Haiku Challenge, teabag art, tealight
no silk or satin
to grace my skin, happier
in a rusty truck
Cathy-and-Daffy’s One-A-Week Photo Challenge – RUST
Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge, Prompts: SKIN and SILK
Join in our challenge by adding a link in the comments on either blog, we’d love to see your interpretation of this week’s subject.
Next week – REGAL
From Rust to Regal, we like to mix it up!
sharp eyes, sharp scissors
small hooks, smart patterns to please
each round exciting
Joining two challenges together:
Our One-a-Week Photo Challenge
Ronaovan’s Haiku Challenge: PLEASURE and EXCITE
Inspired by some of the mini crocheted mandalas I’ve seen in online crochet groups I am trying my hand at making a couple whilst me hands and eyes can still cope!
The white one ‘Sol’ by Zoya Matyushenko on Ravelry, her designs are amazing! Each round is a little gem in itself. I’m making this in Cotton thread – Scheepjes BonBon, Bridal White, with a 1.25 mm hook, although if I did it again in this cotton I would choose a 1.5mm.
The turquoise one is Spiro Star by Helen Shrimpton which I am making with the same thread and a 2mm hook. My plan is to make a one colour Mandala Madness with Spiro Star at the centre.
Join Cathy and me in our weekly Photo Challenge by leavig a link to your ‘Sharp’ photo in the comments.
Posted in Crochet, haiku, Haiku Challenge, mandalas, Photo Challenge, poetry
Tagged #MandalaMadness, 'Sol' by Zoya Matyushenko, One-a-Week Photo Challenge, photo challenge, Ronovan's Haiku Challenge, Spiro Star