Thursday, January 4, 2007

My Little Darling!!

My little darling!!!!

While I was making my page for Sue B's fabric book (we are doing a page swap on Fibre Art Friends Group), my little darling was sticking pins in his hands -in his words "just for something to do". Lucky I caught him - who knows where he would've tried sticking them next!!


Sue B's Page (Back of it!!)

I finished Sue B's page, but not sure if it suits the cover that she made, so I'm only going to show the back of it until I decide whether it's Sue's page or not. It's quite shiny and glitzy - I might make it my January journal quilt...... MMmmmmm - let me think on it.




13 comments:

suzanne said...

Oh my goodness! That's a lot of pins! Boys. I sometimes wonder about what goes through the brains of mine. Thankfully they haven't tried a stunt like this (yet).

suzanne said...

I meant to say, I like the back of the page you made and look forward to seeing the front side!

Dianne said...

YOUCH oh my silly boys..
The back of the page looks lovely, and LMT challeng for Jan just happens to be blue abd silver, imagine that:):):) hope you put it in there too...

StegArt said...

Ouch, oweeee, that looks like torture. You are such a teaser showing us only the back.

Sarah said...

The back's looking pretty good . . . wow! can't wait to see the front!

Purple Missus said...

Ooh! this brings back memories of sewing through your hand in the needlework lesson - used to freak the teacher out!
Dianne, if this is only the back cover then all I can say is this swap is going to be a very high standard.

sue b said...

eeewwwww! What posesses kids to do the things they do!?

I'm really liking the back of that page!

Kim said...

Well, at least your son is creative with a nice sense of color balance! The page back looks good!

cruststation said...

This page is absolutely beautiful, can't wait to see more.

MargaretR said...

Hope your little darling doesn't get blood poisoning, some of my pins are very sticky and gungy.

I love the back of that piece, it's always worth having a look at the back, many a time I have made something and prefer the back to the front.

emmyschoonbeek said...

THe backside i lovely cant wait to see the front it must be stunning

emmyschoonbeek said...

O Dianne yes if we could come and visite just to see and talk about it that would be wonderful and we could learn and make more wonderful art

Lil said...

LOL! My cousin and I used to do this when we were kids in our grandma's sewing room which doubled as our guest room. =) Although- NOT to this extreme!

I love your pic and will have to forward your blog to my cousin for memories of old times sake.