5.10.08

Interactive project stage 6

I started an Interactive blog project in July 07 and it is still going on, even if the progress is slow. However I decided not to apologise for being so slow, my intention was never to compete with McDonalds :) The winning suggestion for the sixth round was given by seemownay, she said (back in February): I would love to see a blooming meadow. Today was the day to follow through with the assignment. Hope you like it! Here comes the rules if you want to join in for round 7/10:

I will:
1. wait until I have got (at least) ten suggestions for the next motive
2. draw one of them
3. do my best to do as you wish using fabric and thread (and buttons?)
4. go through 10 stages
5. draw a winner among all the people who has come with one of the ten first suggestions at any stage. This person will win the finished piece of art work.

Feel free to join in! You can see the whole process in my flickr. To be continued....

34 comments:

Emily said...

I want to know what she is thinking about, or singing, or saying... !

monda-loves said...

It's looking lovely Kajsa.
I agree - she needs a speech bubble or a thought bubble.

Perhaps she could be thinking 'hmm what should I make next?'

monda
x

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Hi Kajsa - it's lovely to see your interactive project again - she was how I first found your blog after seeing her mentioned on someone else's blog. I was going to suggest a butterfly but having seen Emily and Monda's suggestions I have to agree with them! Lucy x

trashalou said...

Until I read it properly I was wanting to see a mountain climber but now I get the plan I am suggesting perhaps some mountains in the background. Or maybe some other kind of outline background.

I am loving this work Kasja.

Katy said...

This is just getting better and better and better each time.
I would love to know what is going on in her head. So, a thought bubble is my suggestion too.

ingermaaike said...

I would love to see her house far away, is it a farm, does she live in the city ?

nicolette said...

Wonderful Kajsa. I still would love to see a Dutch black and white cow!

Ulla V. said...

I could imagine a spider - with a tiny button body - climbing down in it's web hanging from the leg of the bird in the middle!

Qalballah said...

I think she needs a companion - a little brother or a pet dog...

Margie Oomen said...

a snail muse for this slow but steadfast , beautiful and purposeful project

Staci said...

I like the speech bubble idea too. That little sewing machine is adorable. :)

glasfaden said...

Oh, love it!! How about a hat with a sweet little flower on it? Love the idea with the speech bubble too :)

Chickpea said...

Ah!
I would just love to see flying umbrellas, as if the wind to them.

Also I am having a little scrap swap on my blog you might like, or not ^-^

lastly, I have a cold and have been wearing the scarf I bought from you non-stop. I still love it!

seemownay said...

Thanks for choosing my idea. I can still remember, yet I didn't know that it was February. Time flies by so quickly.

agnès said...

Hello!
I'm so glad to see your interactive project again! It's lovely.
I would love to see some sheep, or an old barn in the background (or both!).

PS I thought I had posted a comment last night, but apparently it didn't work...:-(

Karin said...

through the cozy I'm here now :) fun how that works. this piece of art is beautiful. love the fabrics at the back of bike and the little sewing machine. maybe she made the birds in the sky with that machine. maybe you could make a trail of birds, slowly coming of her machine, to find their place in the sky.

but I like the black and white dutch cow idea as well, of course ;)

lattermild said...

I like the thought bubble idea, but since I love rainbows I'm going to suggest one of them :)

isabel f. said...

Hi kajsa!!
love all your projects :DDDD
why not a winter project, ... He is coming ... does not? some snow, some ski ..... :DDDD
hugs Isabel

Amy said...

I would like to see a horizon line with perhaps a little home back there. Something telling the viewer where she has been or is traveling to. This is fun, very cool idea :)

CelineSon said...

I would love to see a mountai

Kelly said...

I agree with the people who thought that a background (like a mountain or forest or... something low-key) would be nice to fill in that middle area. Something muted to fill the space but not in a way that would take away from the beauty and focus of what you've already created. What a great project! I wish I had more readers so I could do something like this.

Carmen said...

I would like to see a balloon festival!

Doris said...

I really like your meadow, what an interesting project, too!

Anina said...

I still love this project so much! I'm still rooting for a dog (even if it's not a schnauzer). :-)

Miss Paula said...

How about a sweet kitty!!

Lesley said...

I'd love to see a little cottage in the background :)

It's looking beautiful Kajsa and the project is such a great idea!

xxx

Tiff said...

I think she needs (as all little girls do) a cute little kitten or puppy. Maybe they could be chasing a butterfly.

amandajean said...

it's looking so great! what a fun project.

Laurraine Yuyama said...

I had forgotten about this prject of yours. It's great to see it back in action! You did a great job with all the suggestions so far!

I am pretty sure those birds need a bird bath to have fun in!

Laurraine Yuyama said...

Oh but a quilt shop in the background would be nice too!!!

KSedlak said...

Kajsa,

This is just so adorable. I think the little girl is on her way to her sewing club.
I like the idea about the mountains or the rainbow.
Karen

ulla221 said...

This interactive project is just gorgeous! What about a finished mini quilt on a clothesline?
I can't wait to see more of it...
Ulla
ulla221@yahoo.de

nathalie said...

little red riding hood is back!

Fiona @ Feebeez said...

A bumble bee!