Actually, I think some of the puffs are already feeling a little crowded, and are starting to make their way around the house, seeking adventure. A few of them made their way upstairs, to where I was trying to photograph some of this week's finished projects.
See what I mean, suddenly they're everywhere!
Earlier in the week, I posted a pic of some adorable tiny owl fabric. I've done up a couple of bags with that fabric, which will make their appearance in the Etsy shop in a day or two.
I've done an extra bit of piecework and applique on this bag, because it just seemed to call out for it. I also added some antique pearl buttons for eyes, accented with orange beads.
On the left is a Loopy Lulu Small Project Bag and on the right is a Snappy Snapdragon Pouch.
In addition to the tiny owls, I seem to have birds-on-the-brain in general this week. It might have started with this old time Appalachian song I've been humming lately, "Little Birdie." There are lots of versions, but the one I hear in my head is Ola Belle Reed, singing and playing banjo.
Little birdie, little birdie,
Come and sing me your song
Got a short time to stay here
And a long time to be gone
I couldn't find a video of Ola Belle singing "Little Birdie," but here's her signature song for your enjoyment, "High on a Mountain," It touches my heart every time I hear it, I hope you love it, too!
Anyhow, I've been working on a large, pieced project bag incorporating two of my favorite
And I'm working on some projects using these adorable bird line drawings, which I have in these three colors, plus a yummy cocoa brown. These prints are such fun to play with!
After I'm done with my bird phase, I wonder what will catch my fancy next? Hmmmm, is anyone besides me looking ahead to Día de los Muertos?