Sunday, 28 September 2008

Stop the clocks.....

I love these textures

More sewing for the fayre

Yet more sewing for the fayre

Chocolate mousse for tea I think......

Lovely old brioche tins

My beautiful gift from Lisa

I just adored the wrapping

Where does the weekend go???

I am busy sewing all the time now, for the fayre, it's good fun , house is a tip..and I am wearing the most odd clothing's whatever comes out of the wardrobe first, Hubie is doing his best to ignore the pins in his heels, ( I must be more careful) and there are cotton trails all over the carpets, then there are the rather strange cobbled together meals we have taken to eating. Does anyone else have these problems!!! Any advice that you can give will be gratefully accepted.....

I am so thrilled with my beautiful gift from Lisa Hannah Moth to Flame Studio the Maddona cards are so gorgeous, just my thing, thankyou so much Lisa and I just adored the way they were wrapped, have a look at Laura's Etsy pages they are really pretty.

I hope you all have the most peaceful and magical week..... Me too in my dreams........ Love and Hugs Lynn xxx


Jema Rose said...

ALL lovely..! And I really must have a very good taste in music as well..!

: )



Have a great week!

fairmaiden said...

You create the prettiest things. I love your eye for colors, textures, jewels, softness. You have a gentle way full of life and beauty. I am so inspired!

Your gift from dear friend Lisa is so pretty. I too like how it is wrapped. Especially since all four of my children are musically talented.

About the odd meals...yes, we do that too in our cottage, with everyone going in different directions. I try to keep fresh fruits and veggies for grabbing, along with homemade granola, and yogurt. I also like to use a crockpot and ricecooker because I prepare it in the morning and then everyone can eat as they come and go. My family loves stews and soups in the crockpot.

P.S Did you know that you can change the color of your toolbar? I think yours would look pretty in silver.

Jema Rose said...

Thank you!

YOU are such an inspiration for ME..!

Yes, I am feeling a bit better now...finally!!!

: )



Solstrimmor & Stjärnstrålar said...

Thanks Lynn! Yes, me and my youngest daughter picked the mushrooms. I wrote about lifequality, lovely weather with the sun shining through the window. The pedestal is a gift from my elder daughter, she have made it herself in school (in the age of 11).
All your pictures are so lovely, Lynn! And yes, stop the clocks for a while :D
hugs and sunbeams for you!

Karin said...

Hello Lynn!
I am so glad to se your new beautifull things.

I have been here everyday since i found your lovely blog and looking on your older posts. Your pictures and home is so wonderfull, and your music is lovely! It is like a magical moment for me!

Thank you for all inspiration and i wish you a nice autumnweek,


serenitymeadow said...

All these pretty things on your blog...just lovely. Yes...I have pins and fabric and thread everywhere. It follows me room to room. So I do understand.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Beautiful creations all!
My working week meal answer...soup!! Big pots of soup!
Happy week!

Marja Kristiina said...

Lynnston, your fayre items take my breath away. HOW... how... HOW is it possible that someone is able to create something that beautiful?!?

And your gift... I'm ready to weep. It's been such an utterly bad week for me and I feel completely useless. Yikes.

Jeanne said...

Your journal is so very lovely

Liz said...

You make such beautiful things. What a pity the sale is going to be so far away from my home. I would LOVE to be able to go.

manon said...

I love brioche tins and all!!!!!

Moth to a Flame Studio said...

Dear Lynn,
Oh! Your birds! they are truly breathe taking! It looks as like you are having a lot of fun over there creating. The new pictures of the dishes and cloche are an inspiring clean look for decorating my home, I love them!

I am laughing when hearing of your pins and cotton trails on the floor.....SO familiar here at our house. Around this busy crafting season my other half asks politely "is there a place to sit and eat"? Because of course, every table in the house is full of creations in progress. (laughing)
You ask for advice on this? I start my morning by spending thirty minutes putting things away and getting organized so that I can work easily throughout the day and then in the evening spend a little time putting things away too, that is if I am not to exhausted:)
Have great week with your creativity and art for the fayre, the handmade goods are just beautiful Lynn!

Ps. I am so happy the packaged arrived safely and you are enjoying it.
~ Lisa

timelesshome annika said...

Hello wonderful craft and all this great ideas.You are linked at my blogg and I hope more people can find you Sea Angel blogg because it one of a kind.
Sinceraly Annika
I admire your work!!!

Ragged Roses said...

Oh I'm in raptures!!! Your sewing is just exquisite - I love it so! Enjoy the mess, you're obviously having a good time

Shirl said...

Lynn, your work is truly beautiful: your stall will sell out in no time at all! The gift from Lisa is lovely too.

Naturegirl said...

Beautiful textures and wonderful creations!It all looks so have such a good eye for combining..magazine cover perfect!

Lilla Blanka said...

Hi Lynn!

Ohh what a beautiful post..I love the white porcelain and the old brioche tins..and the fabric..everything is gorgeous!

Your blog makes me so happy..I don´t want to leave..

Big swedish hug

Karin said...

Dear Lynn,

Thank you so much for your sweet comment.
I have been here again today and listen to your music and looking att your lovely things!
I wish i could visit the fair and look on every piece that you have made. They are like poetry!

I haven´t heard of the viola, but i must look for it now!

I wish you a very nice week!

Solange said...

It souns like you are really busy! Nice that you are enjoying the sewing and creativity, but I know what you mean, about the your stuff being everywhere.... it happens here too sometimes.

have a great week!


Katie said...

We have those times around here just about every day, dear Lynn! I don't know how to do it any differently, so I'm no help - I just make sure I get enough sleep and all is pretty well.Your new goods are just so beautiful!!! I love love love the new things you are making! You are immensely talented!

Michael said...

Your work always makes me want to reach out and touch! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

Ulla said...

Last comment is from me Ulla, not hubby Michael...

Cowboys and Custard said...

Hello Lynn..
Oh yes.. chaos definitely reigns in my home these days. The kitchen table resembles a factory production line and behind every door lurks a mountain of boxes containing small vintage whimsies and treasures for the fayre.
I hope to be first in the queue at your stall. So many temptations..
I hope your heart is full with it all..
With love
Michele x

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hello Lynn,
I'm a bit miffed that I am going to be missing the fair.....I know that I would have loved to have come shopping at your stand. I love your style and creativity.
(Maybe after the fair you could start selling via your blog?)

The best of luck, I know you will sell out.

Henna said...

I love your Lynn style collection! You make such lovely creations!
I think that in every home where the lady of the house is creating every hubby is exposed to pins and other small items we women use ;-)
And the fashion at home is sweaters with different kinds of spots, trousers also..odd pairs of woollen stockings warming the feet..a hairstyle reminding a crow ;-)
Keep up the good work! You are a true inspiration!

Enjoy these autumn days!

Hugs to you...


les fifoles said...

You really have fairy fingers, my dear Lynn! It's always a pleasure to visit the Angels of the Sea!
Have a beautiful week-end.
Hugs. Anne

Moderncountry said...

Beautiful pictures! And What a joy!! You busy bee :)) Such wonderful creations!! You are really special, haven`t seen anything like this before. Only pure love for good craftmanship could create something like this. I have my nose stuch into boxes and laces these days too. Finally I have made a few changes with the Aina`s Charm Layout, but I am still a few days away from opening. I am still finnishing things of. Just came back with a pile of threads and ribbons. I am having really fun searhing these small details.

Have a wonderful warm and creative weekend friend!

Minie said...

Ce matin, un vrai bonheur en découvrant ton blog. J'adore.
Your blog is so lovely. I am so glad to see this moment.
Happy week!

Alicja said...

Great decorations, beautiful photos!
You are the INSPIRATION!
Hugs from Warsaw,
P.S. Yes, you right: blogging community - being among so many sensitive souls - is amazing experience.

G. Bloom said...

You have the most beautiful blog! I enjoyed all your beautiful pictures...very inspiring! I would love to add you to my favs!

Ottilias Veranda said...

Talk about creative women! Gorgeous!! When is the fair?
I´m celebrating 100 posts with a little giveaway so feel free to visit!


maminkagirl said...

What a beautiful post with just a peak at your lovely creations. It makes me yearn to come to England for the fair to see more! Thank you for your kind compliment on my violet poppy purse.. I do love my wool.

All the best to you, Loribeth