A bit of this and a bit of that so that family and friends can keep in touch with some of the small things which happen in my world.
Those are amazing. They make me want to knit cushion covers. Don't know why.
I love the textures and colours in these pictures. If I stitched I'd feel inspired too - though like you it may be a while before I applied myself!
oh yes, I'm thinking bugle beads..
they look ever so slightly rudex
Thankyou for all of your comments. John, there are ruder looking fungi out there, but I think I'll avoid posting pictures of those.
Lawyers don't wear wigs in Norway, but having seen this - maybe they should?PS Thank you for the nice comment!
I've been thinking about these ever since you posted, Doohie! It would be fun to wet felt and mould over a suitably shaped something-or-other, then use one of those hand-held felting needle tools to add texture. Hmmm... x
I have never eaten an inkspot and I understand that they are delicious?
Elizabeth, That's a good idea now I'll have to think about the something-or-other and how to incorporate Kath's bugle beads.:o)Heron's view, I've read that they are edible, but I'm not brave enough to try them. :o)
they look like loo brushes standing to attention!
JUst to say, have a lovely Christmas and thankyou for taking the time to look and comment on my blog, much appreciated, it all keeps me going. lolBrionyx
I've been a bit quiet in the blogging world of late Briony, but I always have a look at your blog. :-)
They are fabulous- what gorgeous textures!