Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Mid Week Sneak Peek

I'm back from Texas. What an amazing time! Now it's back to work. I have so much to do in the next few months. It's one thing to make a quilt, which takes lots of time. It's another thing to design, write, draw, photograph, edit and make sure all the parts work together before a book can even begin to come together.


 Here's a sneaky peek of another project in my Fabled Fusions book. Any ideas on what it is?



These are the National Nonwovens wool felts I'm using.


 
These are the Valandi 3 strand floss colors I'm using. I really love to use variegated floss. It makes the quilt have dimension.

I hope your week is going good so far. The bunnies and I will see you right back here on Friday with some fun photos from Camp Jack Rabbit (a name I made up). I can't wait to show you!

xx,
Michelle and the Bunnies

21 comments:

Jeri Landers said...

Methinks tis time for TEA??

Christine M said...

Perhaps a tea pot1 I love the colours you've used Shell.

Sue said...

Yep, I think it's a tea pot!

Jeanette said...

Oooo pretty teapot. Gorgeous colours. Hugs,xx

shez said...

gorgeous colours Shell,i think a tea pot as well,lol.xx

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Welcome home my friend! And all that behind the scenes work has the best results! Your stitching is impeccable my dear. AND guess what I discovered through my dear friend Irina? Here in the Twin Cities, one of the animal shelters has a weekly event called, "The Hoppy Hour" where you can take your rabbit and enter in for $3.00 and let your rabbit play with other rabbits. It is supposed to be a hoot to go (you can go in for free if you don't have a rabbit!) and watch the bunnies play, and HOP! I am going this weekend!

HUGS TO YOU and the crew! Love, Anita

Jacqueline said...

I too am guessing a teapot. A very lovely teapot.

Shirley said...

Good Morning Shell, I love the colors that you are working with. I like the variegated floss on some things. I have even made my own using three different colors. You always just show enough for us to want to know more. Have a wonderful day. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

Hello Michelle, Me think it is a tea pot. VBG And a very pretty one indeed. the threads colors are all very pretty. Hugs Judy

Sheila said...

Definitely a Tea pot , can't wait to see it :-)

Fiona said...

Looks great Shell is it a teapot trivet ? You are so clever. Glad yo enjoyed your trip xx bet the bunnies missed you

Julee said...

Looks like a teapot to me....

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Ahhh--the bunnies are wondering if you are working on their 'Easter bonnets' as Easter is early this year--that comes before book writing they say!!!!
hugs,di and miss gracie

Rabbits' Guy said...

Nah - not a tea pot. You got the contract to make all those new snazzy 21st century College Basketball jerseys!!!! That one there is for Boston College.

Shirley--Knot-y Embroidery Lady said...

Teapot of a very fine design, is my guess. Love the colours.

speedyrabbit said...

A teapot I think but what ever its is it will be beautiful,xx Rachel

Jules said...

Get that teapot made in ceramic too!xxx

Barb said...

You come up with the cutest things, can't wait to see the rest of it.

Sherry said...

I am loving the look of your work. It looks like a teapot to me. I do love tea and teapots.

Mr. Mick and Jade said...

Yay for fun in Texas--I hope the bunnehs were good while you were gone.

Sneaky peek looks like a teapot to me...mmmmmmmmm, tea...ok, now I need to make some tea.

Carrie P. said...

very pretty teapot?