buntings, or garlands or whatever they are called

I’ve started a carry-around-project bag to stick in my purse. I seem to have a number of appointments lined up on the calendar and I like to have something to work on as I sit in the waiting room. I am cutting out circles.

This is a garland that I made in the first batch, before I went to Renegade Brooklyn. You can see it hanging in my tent, here.

I am trying out some single hue strings- pinks



Which do you like better?

They have 100 dots per strand. That is about 12 feet.

My studio is once again a complete disaster. I’ve got way too many things going on right now. I am cutting and sewing a range of dolls (with the help of Sage) and will then finish them over the course of the Autumn. The result is stuff everywhere, every surface covered, entering the room is a challenge…  but hey! I am getting lots done. I’ll clean it up another day.

9 thoughts on “buntings, or garlands or whatever they are called

  1. I was wondering what you were working on the other day. Very nice – love the red! Have fun at Renegade and tell my sister I said hi! :)

  2. You should see my place when I am being creative! haha I prefer the pink string and think a black and white or sandcolored one would do nicely as well. Not so charmed about the red one.

  3. Although shades of blue are always a favorite for me, I like them all. They are cheerful and colorful, and they can’t be done wrong no matter what colors are used. Neat!

  4. I’ve been wanting to make a garland/bunting and love the circles!
    I too tend to be a bit messy when sewing or knitting or whatever it is I’m doing … piles of this and that all over the place! it’s the work of creative minds that can work in all that chaos!

  5. Oh I love the first one!! Multi colors for me please! :)
    I am so happy to see other people’s messy work spaces – takes the pressure off me to clean up and just keep on creating. I will be inspired to tidy up another day! ;)

  6. i love the mixed variety one and the pink one….but really they are all wonderful.
    thanks for sharing the lovely mess too—- good to know i am not alone!

  7. They each have their charm. Arranged there flat in overlayered strands, I think I prefer the pink one. But I imagine the red one would look especially festive as a Christmas decoration. All very nice.

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