Saturday, August 8, 2009

… little penny woolies


Remember these?



If you were one of the (few) folks who could get my older blog to open (I did it through iWeb. . . & the majority of PC's seemed to refused to open it . . .) - then you might just remember seeing these little penny woolies. . .

To be honest. . . it has been one of those projects that I started. . . um. . . about . . . two years (!) ago. . . & although I knew I would use them, I honestly had no idea what I would be using them for. . .

. . . until now.

Finally these little cuties are finding their home in a very special project. . . one that will be published next spring. And, since it's a bit of a secret for now. . . this is about all I can show. But, it's one of the things that I'm spending my weekend finishing up. . .




Hope you have a weekend filled with sweet things!

xo, Bren


12 comments:

Mahladybug said...

Whatever "it" is I love "it" already.

PamKittyMorning said...

I love your colors. I think those little pennies are wonderful. I can't wait to see you and all your wonderfuls at market in October. xo

Kathie said...

love the softness of these pennies!
ah yes I do remember you starting these way back when!, can't wait to see what you are going to do with them!
Kathie

pdudgeon said...

oh those are darling! the size and colors remind me of my childhood when we used to go to the next town over to get a box of Sees pastel mints.
They were little rounds of white, yellow, pink, and mint green pastel mints made with Confectionary sugar, and packed in a long thin white box. they melted in your mouth. Every wedding table in that day had a plate with these stacked up for the guests.
Alas, they don't make these any more, but i'll bet your readers from California will remember them too.

paulette said...

It's guaranteed to be cute......can't wait!
Paulette

Diva Kreszl said...

what beautiful colors...thay look precious just as they are, can't wait to see the finished product!

Auntie Pami said...

yeah--glad to see you using wool!

Jennifer said...

Mmmm...looks like sherbet!

Thimbleanna said...

Ooooh, yummmmmm. I love those pretty pastels!

Lori Holt said...

What an adorable cliff hanger...I'll stay tuned for the dramatic conclusion!
x Lori

suz said...

That photo of the pennies and thread - oh my - deep sigh.... can't wait to see what happens next! Don't you love stitching on wool!

Michell said...

I love your colors. I think those little pennies are wonderful......


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Michell
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