Thursday, April 16, 2009

My Creative Space

I am making Poppy a red flannel jacket using the Spotlight Get Creative pattern. I love the ribbon detailing under the yoke. Mum is visiting for the next few weeks so I am hoping to be able to get lots done. Poppy hasn't left Nana's side since she arrived. "Nana, nana, nana" is all she has said for the last 2 days - it is funny as long as she is saying someone else's name 500 times a day.
In the back ground you may be able to see Pocoyo (the fluffy puss cat) making herself at home on Polly. We all share our creativity here.
More creative goodies with Kirsty.

10 comments:

littlelovelies said...

looks like a sweet pattern! good luck, it looks good so far!

x nadine
little lovelies

p.s. I am hosting a giveaway - you can enter here.

Alison said...

I am so lucky to live just a few minutes from my grandchildren. The youngest has just learnt to say Nana and I love it, perhaps it would wear a little thin after 500 times a day! I like the sound of the jacket.

Megan: The Byron Life said...

Great that Nana is around... hope you get some time to yourself too Cindy :)

c.raf.t said...

Ah ah! Having a 19 month daughter who adored Pocoyo...I was looking for him...until I understood it was the cat!

Kat said...

I have that same pattern. Now I am just waiting to have someone to make it for.

Lisa said...

THATS the trick, I need to get someone else to come over so they repeat their name all day not mine.

Love the jacket pattern, maybe I'll have to return to Spotlight and do some searching.

Kirsty said...

I think you'll be super creative with super Nana managing the smalls.

Little Munchkins said...

LOL at the Nana thing going on. I love it when my parents visit, I get peace and quiet too.

sophie said...

Hooray for grandparents for sure! My MIL is awesome, she loves taking my kids for however long I need.

That jacket is going to look gorgeous.

Tania said...

OOOH! I imagine that feels positively footloose and fancy free! Funny how footloose/fancy free standards slip upon arrival of kidlets. (Enjoy!)