27.8.13

And then

and then

...it became just about possible.

I picked up something I left unfinished two years ago. There are five new pieces. Not quite ready yet. I can only do a little bit here and there with many interruptions so it could take a while. I'll show them here at least a week before putting them in the shop.

17 comments:

Lisa said...

perfection...
delicate buds of lavender...
kudos that you are able to find an inkling of time here and there...it's the ultimate challenge when raising little ones...
hope all is well in the world of life and motherhood ;)

pencilfox said...

these remind me of the "bachelor buttons" growing in my garden....a childhood favourite, growing now to please my soul.

welcome back....

....and so happy you have devoted your time to raising up your wee daughter....

xo

Lisa at lil fish studios said...

Perfectly lovely.

Emma Lamb said...

Oh but it is wonderful that you are finding just a few minutes here and there for your creativity! These pieces look as gorgeous as ever and I am sure you are having fun revisiting them!? xx

nicole said...

Stunning. Happy to see that you can steal a few moments for yourself.

Sandies' Patch said...

Fabulous as always!
Glad you are able to make again, maybe now I will buy something for myself too!

Happy making!

Sandie xxx

Nadia said...

I started to follow your blog before the little one came.
It's such a magical world I hope you really find some space to start again. But I totally get motherhood, they grow so fast, so enjoy it!! Greetings from the Netherlands!

Sandi said...

From the very first I found your site, I have been amazed at the beauty you creative. One day I hope to own one of the pieces of art you create. In the meantime I look forward to every post you add. Was so happy to see another little bit of the work you do. Being a grandmother, I so realize how fast children grow up. So enjoy your child. But, I really do miss your work.

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Beautiful! So happy to see you creating again, however slow the transition back becomes :)

jude said...

oh so nice to find you here once again.

rtquilter said...

How VERY exciting! Nice to have you back:-) enjoy that little girl thou. The special time you havebtogether is SOOO fleeting!

Margie Oomen said...

the pieces are gorgeous and so lovely to work on little by little, like tiny baby steps.

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Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

I have just discovered your amazing work...truly some of the most beautiful things I've ever seen. Magical! I do hope you are able to return one day, although being a mom is a priority. You are wonderfully spirited in your work and so talented.
Enjoy life!
Tina

Janice / Dancing with Sunflowers said...

So pleased to see you finding some time to create again.

JMB said...

So happy for you to find a few precious moments to create! Love seeing you out there again.
Julie

naehenundmehr said...

Just let me tell you - I have 3 children 14, 12 and 7. The time will come, when you find time for yourself again and then you wonder, how fast the children are not needing you so urgent.