Lunchtime Art

I can’t remember if I’ve already shared with you the great fabric I bought from Aunty Cookie (via Etsy). I love it, I think mostly because the knitting is punctuated by “cup of tea”. I’m a bit like that…hang out laundry…cup of tea…clean bathroom…cup of tea…go to shop…cup of tea…cup of tea…cup of tea… Anyway, I couldn’t really decide what to make with it, so I decided to go grab a blank canvas from the Reject Shop ($6) and staple the fabric to it…Voila! It’s now hanging in my office to remind me (or taunt me?) of what I’d much rather be doing.



After all that effort, I need a cup of tea…


2 Responses to “Lunchtime Art”

  1. 1 leah Sunday, November 4, 2007 at 12:00 pm

    love the subtitle of this blog of yours.

    and what a great use of the fabric!

  2. 2 nellbe Tuesday, November 6, 2007 at 8:29 am

    I love this fabric ! Great way to use it too.

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