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20/11/2020

That creative buzz

Thank you every one who joined in the conversation about all things Millie - I really enjoyed not only making her but reminding myself of things I did know and learning lots that I did not! There was a touch of sadness as I pushed the parcel into the postbox - although I know she was not mine, I did rather fall in love with her and her story!

It brought back happy memories of toy making when the boys were little and re-intensified my love of making small things with lots of detail.

I have been happily invited to display and sell some of my tiny folk makes - so I took down some needle felted creatures and...


...my latest fun size makes - knitted brooches. I have already sold some which has delighted me and I have had such lovely feedback - it really gives you that buzz of HaPpInEsS :) 

My small but happy display of tiny-folk-makes :)

Any hoo, yesterday I suddenly wanted to make a knitted bear (no I don't know why either) and to soothe that need, I ruffled around in a basket full of odd yarns and wool. It was a bit of a pot luck selection but I found a warm cream coloured yarn and began.



Knitted flat, there is an awful lot of increases and decrease to create the tubby tum shape and the little short legs - I am as I type, just taking a break from stuffing the fellow before adding facial details and potentially other fun things like a scarf or a patch or both! (just looked at the photo and flattened out ted looks like a rather anemic turkey 😆)

I think my creative mojo has returned - it took a year's sabbatical but I can feel the well overflowing with the need to make/create/bake/sew/knit/crochet - there is only small (but vital problem) I only have two hands!! 

Any hoo, where this leads to is - have a good Friday and a lovely weekend, speak to you soon xxxxx


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10 comments:

  1. Love the knitted brooches and so glad your creative mojo is returning (not that you've been doing too badly up until now!). Maybe there's hope for us all now. :-)

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    1. Thanks😊I used to be quite prolific and it stopped... but now I'm finding the ideas bubbling around in my head and just not enough time to do them!

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  2. I hope my mojo returns soon. Love your makes. x

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  3. I was walking past the 'shop; the other day and noticed your goodies on display. Well done you. I craft every day; be it 5 minutes or several hours. I would feel very distraught if I could not craft; it keeps me sane! My friend would be tempted to say bonkers...
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    1. Thank you, and yes I know what you mean about being distraught and bonkers if you couldn't craft😁

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  4. Oh you clever young lady, where do you get your creativeness from? As above comment, I always need to be doing whether sewing, knitting/crochet or even gardening or cooking, otherwise I'd go nuts. Can't wait to see more. Take care, stay safe & huggles.

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  5. I enjoyed watching Millie be created. Your craftwork is beautiful

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  6. So it was goodbye Millie and welcome fat tum Ted. He looks interesting. Can't wait to see him finished. Shop window looks good too. 💓 xx

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