8.8.07

Stage 1 completed

It was great to come home after a busy week (I was a bride's maid at my best friend's wedding!) to complete stage 1 of the interactive project. Of course I drew one of the yikes, life in yonder's suggestion "a girl like you with a sewing machine". But I must say it was quite a relief I did not happen to pick the Schnauzer Anina suggested... That sounded really hard. So the girl is ready. I hope you like her, I placed her in the left corner of the white background piece. Now I would like to have ten more suggestions please!


15 comments:

cathygaubert said...

oh, she is just lovely! how about some of the wonderful birds that you do? maybe trailing threads or snippets of fabrics?

Anina said...

Aaaw! No schnauzer???
Well then, how about a bunch of pretty wildflowers?

Mirre said...

Lovely girl!
My suggestion is a swing set.

Di said...

My favourite animal - a moose!!

The little girl is just beautiful and I love her sewing machine!! Hope you enjoyed the wedding - it's always fun being a real part of a wedding!!

de vliegende koe said...

I really would like a tortoiseshell cat. What a great idea, this project!

Anna said...

oooh I like her- she reminds me a little of the embroidery of my niece that I've done, she has the same kind of hair. I would love to see a tree (who says you can't sew outside!)

samantha said...

I spotted her on Flickr and had to come check it all out. I really like her. maybe she could have a child unravelling things beside her - that's what always seems to happen to me when I'm sewing!

Ria said...

I would like to see a dragonfly with glasses.

Felicia said...

She's beautiful :)

ruth said...

She's very cute. I'd like to see a chameleon please.

mellyandrosie said...

Oh wow - that is so cute!! I love the dress!! How about some cupcakes? =)

Laurraine said...

I guess that's 10 already... I missed out again!!! I think this is a really cool project and I love the fabric Kajsa and her sewing machine!

Gunnels blog said...

She is soo cute!

life in yonder said...

Hi Kajsa! I am flattered that you liked the idea and used it. AND "A girl like you" turned out so cool!!! I can't wait to see what next you will make from the ideas you have received.

Jules Knoblock said...

cool, much better watching someone else do it! It's scary isn't it? Picking out the topics... you hope to get certain ones, but then the one's you don't want can come out in a surprising way :)