maandag 2 juni 2008

Second project, saving the best for later :-)

Mijn tweede project was een experiment met mijn chenille rolmes. Ik heb het mes al enige jaren maar heb er eigenlijk na de eerste keer proberen nooit meer iets mee gedaan. Ineens zag je het overal en toen verloor het mijn interesse weer, toevallig kwam ik het voor de vakantie tegen en heb het in mijn tas gestopt; zo van: wie weet. Ik heb lagen organza over elkaar gelegd, gestikt en toen het chenille mes gebruikt. Niet wat ik in gedachten had dus daarna het hittepistool er nog maar eens op gebruikt. Dit is het ook niet echt???? De lap op zich is prachtig maar wat ga ik hier nu mee doen???

My second project was an experiment with my chenille rollerblade. I bought this knife a few years ago but after the first try, never used it no more. Some way or another, you saw experiments with it everywhere, so I lost interest. By accident I came across to it before my holiday and I decided to take it with me, see if I could use it. I put some layers of organza on top of each other, stitched them and then used the chenille knife. The result wasn’t what I had in mind, so I used my heat gun on it. This is it???? The piece on its own is lovely but what am I gonna do with it????

5 opmerkingen:

Purple Missus zei

Well, if you are saving the best until later I just can't wait to see it, as this is wonderful. It looks like flames. No need to do anything with it, it looks fantastic just as it is. :)

Karen Hall zei

This is really lovely.
You could just enjoy it for a while - then, when the time is right you can use it ... for something ...

Carol zei

Nice to have you back Jaqueline the organza looks lovely, you don't have to do anything but just look at it :)

corryna zei

I agree, it looks beautiful as it is. And, I can also see it as a part of some clothing. Or you could sew it in the middel (centre of not) of a large quilt, so it attracks all the attention. I would make that quilt in black if I was you. So you see, there is a lot you can do :-).

I also love the piece you showed us yesterday! Am glad you are back on track with us ;-)

Anoniem zei

Welcome back Jacqueline! Can't wait to see the rest of what you've done. All ready for Frederiksoord I hope!