Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Making a scene with Julie Arkell










What a wonderful day. Note to self - must make one of the flowers with the long dingly dangly stem. Julie says they are great for twiddling the Post Office queue. Mine would have to be a very long stem - I queued on the pavement for 20 minutes last week before I could get through the door!

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  1. On a wet and windy morning, this post made me smile. I had a lovely start to my morning taking a look at these photos. You look to have had a wonderful day Wendy....

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  2. Really enjoyed your company again on Sunday Wend. My intention was to make a bunch of flowers with the twiddly stems! Epic fail! xxxxxx

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  3. Dangly flower on my list too I also spend quite a bit of time in the Post Office. Luckily its in our village and the Post Mistress is really lovely - she even lets me leave my parcels and then go back and pay the bill. Thank you again Wend for your kindness. I keep looking at the wallpaper and stroking the note book.

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  4. Another Julie Arkell workshop to have serious envy about! I just love the sensitivity she brings to simple materials. Get on with that dangly stemmed thing and then do a 'show and tell' please

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  5. I bet that was a brilliant workshop to be at. I love Julie's brooches; they have a lovely vintage feel to them and displaying them onto those knitted garments adds to that feel.

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  6. Very lovely Wend - looking forward to seeing your dingly danglies (not meant in a sinister way!!!). Thank you for the video link - I am thinking of creating my own version on the seafront!

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  7. Looks like great fun!!! wish I could have been there : ) x

    Sharon xx

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