Wednesday, 29 June 2011

What’s On Your Workdesk Wednesday? #108

Can it really be Wednesday again already? I don’t know where the last week went!

Today my desk is full of merino rovings, ready to make some needle felted flowers.

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If you want to see what’s happening on other desks more creative than mine, then head on over to Julia’s place.

I haven’t forgotten that I promised to show you what was in the last two drawers, but that will have to wait until Friday. Tomorrow my children get a bonus day off school, because some of their teachers are striking, so there’ll be no blogging then!

16 comments:

Katy said...

Visited via woyww - love your blog name and have had a relaxing browse around - thank you!

NatashaMay said...

What fab colors! These flowers are gonna be awesome! :)

sasa said...

Amazing colours that wil be stunning flowers...
Hope you will call by Friday for the first My Mojo Monthly. Thanks for sharing today.
Sarah at 6.

Kathleen said...

What a fabulous array of yummy colours, hope you show the flowers when complete.
Kathleen x

Sandra said...

I remember your felting projects from a while back :).

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Merino roving what a name no idea why they are coloured merino wool I can see that - do you spin them or hwow do you make flowers I wonder maybe card it to finer pieces or something.. mind boggles, it looks interesting . thanks for sharing and happy WOYWW! Shaz in oz. x

April said...

am interested to see what you do with those, the colours are lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Morti said...

Gorgeous colours - I've never tried needle felting and it sounds complicated... :O Looking forward to seeing the results! Thanks for stopping by.

Spyder said...

yay yes, I like your blog name too! (people hate mine coz they think there's gonna be spiders!)Love those colours, must pop back to see flowers! Happy Woyww!
(Lyn)

Neet said...

OOh - looking forward to seeing your flowers as I have only done a titchy little bit of needlefelting.
Hugs. Neet
ps the pasta machine is for conditioning polymer clay

okienurse said...

great looking desk today. I love all the colors of roving. Looking forward to seeing what you make with them. Vickie #39

fairyrocks said...

Your fibre is so bright and summery. Please share what you make with them!! Keep smiling and creating

minnie_mac said...

Love those vibrant colours, Hope you will show us the finished flowers.

Marilyn

Jackie said...

Can't wait to see the felt flowers, thanks for dropping by my blog :~)

akilli melek said...

oh lovely bright colours - you need to let us see the flowers too.
thanks for popping by earlier in the week.
caroline

Lisa said...

That merino looks so soft and i love your felt brooches too and i loved seeing your punches in the drawers too, i must blog mine sometime too

Lisa
xxx