Wool, hand-dyed (by someone else) cotton batting, glass beads, pigma pens, pencil, on cotton osnaburg, wool yarn edging.
I'm baaack. This week's word (this month's, perhaps? ha) gave me the usual challenges; not only the I-can't-figure-out-what-to-do-with-this-word challenge, but also the issue that I took my sewing machine to a machine dealer/repair shop/quilt shop yesterday for a tune-up and won't have it back for a week. (At the shop, I proceeded to buy a bunch of fabric for a quilt--now I can't sew it together!) So I had to make this piece without a sewing machine. A friend wants to borrow my felting machine so I decided to use it quick before I pass it on.
Hey--remember me? Yeah, I'm still out here. This project is delayed for the same old reasons; I'm okay with it so you should be, too.
For this week (okay, it's not really for THIS week, but you know what I mean), I serve up the word 'sharp'. I had a very hard time figuring out what to do with it, but once it came to mind (yesterday), it was easy. This art/craft is full of sharp implements; laid out just right they look vaguely like a table setting.
Seam ripper, rotary blade, needle, pin, scissors, all held down with Fireline thread; machine-stitching over cotton.