Name for you

April 12, 2017


14 Responses to “Name for you”

    • Thank you, sort of stumbled upon doing these, but do think they are quite striking. Also has allowed me to use some soft pastels I’ve had for ages that were just too soft to use

      • They certainly are and great that you are trying out those pastels they work so well! Look forward with catching up with all your new pieces asap 😉

        • Are the lighter nights helping with your stitching? I completely need daylight for sewing now, but I’m never in during the day. Have invested in a pack of needle threaders as i could no longer see the needle or the thread. Now where are they?

          • I can’t tell you how much happier I feel with the lighter and longer days 😉 I’d like to say that they are helping with sewing, but… we recently completely insulated and re-roofed the conservatory, whilst much more pleasant temperature wise (Spring and Winter so far..) it has halved my light ;-/ not having a clear roof anymore, but, I’m not complaining either as I spent a lovely weekend in there making yet another little quilt from my scrappy off cuts, hope to finish tomorrow! LOL You’re having the same problem as I, by the sounds, half the time I think I’ve bought needles without eyes!! till I put my magnifying glasses on…feeling much like Mr Magoo these days ;-/

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you. First three are my daughter in her different moods. She is a teenager now, but I can still clearly see the toddler she once was.

  2. memadtwo said

    These are great. (K)

  3. Mary said

    These are exciting pieces that give you a strong sense of the person. Nice work Authority, I’m really enjoying this series.

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