21 May 2009

My Creative Space


I've been feeling pretty icky this last week or so. Kind of like I'm about to get the flu, but never actually moving over from that first stage. Not nice.

At the moment I'm looking to get some inspiration back, so I'm making my self the Super-Cute tote from the Mike's book as a new wool bag for on the train. The pretty colours will hopefully brighten up my morning on the train while I'm going to work. Hey, it can't make it any duller!

Go over to Kirst to see more creative spaces!

-Jemma

P.S. Did you see the nice stuff that Amy said about me?

14 comments:

The Crafty Librarian said...

I'm not saying that you have Swine Flu...but it has been going around!

c.raf.t said...

Some color therapy might help!Hope you'll feel better soon!

Kirsty said...

Looking forward to seeing the finished tote & hoping you feel much better quickly.

Christina Lowry said...

That's not good. I hope some one has been making you chicken soup and flat lemonade - that was my mums cure-all!
You stamps are looking great! Where do you get your carving medium?
I love the idea of a handmade bag full of things to be handmade on train trips! Good luck with it, everything is harder when you don't feel well.
:)

CurlyPops said...

I love your Badskirt stamp...so cool!
I've bought myself a big packet of brown sandwich bags so I can stamp them all with my CurlyPops stamp.

sophie said...

Hope you feel better soon, I've been a bit icky too. Is that fabric from Ikea? I think I have some in my stash!

Leslie said...

Oh, I hope you feel better soon. I love your photo though. Great inspiration!

Angie said...

Lovely fabrics.

As much as being a IKEA drives me nuts I wish there were one in Tassie so I could get some fabric more often (and some of that great wallpaper you had in an earlier post!

handmaiden said...

you are good at making stamps, i can see why amy was so pleased

woollywotnots said...

Looks great fabric.

Lucy Bowler said...

Good luck with the tote, look forward to seeing it! Just popped over to Amy's blog, what a lovely post! Congrats!

Alison said...

Your fabric is lovely that you chose. And the finished article is great. It may be a blessing that it doesn't fit your knitting projects, it means you get to make another.

Jenifir said...

Hope you feel better. That book is really inspiring people. I wonder if it is Canada.

Michelle said...

I love the fabric you have chosen for the tote. The finished version looks great. Hope you are starting to feel better now.

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