Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Is it WOYWW already!!!

 Well here I am, late again!
I seem to have been busy cooking, baking, cleaning, helping crafty folk and having fun playing with Ben.
I must apoplogise to all the kind folk who visited my desk last week and left lovely comments about Ben's advent tree - I only managed to revisit a few of you. I promise I will try harder this week!!

Above is the little knittie and dress I made for a little 15" doll - I haven't made dolls clothes for ages and it was fun to work on a tiny scale - I even tried to smock the frock!

Below are the little Christmas collages I added to some Christmas napkins for my friend's family Christmas table. I think the little ones will love the festive fun!

So now I need to get my a... into gear and finish off my Christmas cards - I have been making them in the spare moments I have had and they seem to be taking forever.

Thanks for dropping by - if you want to see what Maxine has been making while I have had playtime with Ben, then pop over to Tilly Tea Dance - she is much cleverer than me!!
Well if I don't link this with Mr Linky on Julia's blog it will be WOYWW next week before I know it!

See you soon
x Jo

15 comments:

Robyn said...

those doll clothes and napkins have sweetened my day! My cards are being made in stolen moments too. If it's not fun, I'm just not going to do it this year!
thats for visiting and the snoop around!
robyn 2

Julia Dunnit said...

Gawd, when you discover the secret of getting the a into g and keeping it there, will you share?! The 15" dolly clothes are just lovely. I once made a few outfits and ended up making a doll outfit and then a niece size outfit to match. Glad those days are over; hideous pressure!

Annie said...

It's all looking a lot like..... Looking good Jo.
Hugs,
Annie x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Dolly clothes!! Guess what I've been asked to do by a friend in band?? For two baby dolls, a boy and girl...I have no idea where to start! Thus is one of those times when I wish that I lived round the corner from you so I could pick your brains!! That little dress is gorgeous :-)
Hugs, LLJ 16 xxx

Anne said...

Hi Jo I nearly didn't make it. As you say so much going on! Love the knitted clothes and napkins. Need to go and see the Advent calendar you made. Anne x #49

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Twiglet, love those napkins- both the colour and your collages. And dolls clothes- blimey, it's many a long year since I did any of them! I chuckled at Max too! Have a great week, hugs, Shaz #10 xxx

Lisca Meijer said...

Doll's clothes! How sweet! We have all boys in our family and I don't even know if girls still play with dolls. Obviously they do....
The napkins are great. Yes, they will love those.
Thank you for visiting earlier,
Have a good week,
Lisca

Elizabeth said...

I've been out and about visiting my grandson in his new house, and cuddling my little great-grandson today, so couldn't really join in but still had to take a peek at you and Annie's desk. The little dolly outfit is beautiful and the napkins are wonderful fun. Have a great week. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You are lucky. I haven't even started my Christmas cards yet. Finally got ink today, so now I can start them.

Your napkins look wonderful. I especially like the little bird. Thanks for the earlier visit, too.

Helen said...

our Mum used to make us lovely dolls clothes, how lovely to see these - you're a star! thanks for visiting already, sorry it took me a while to get back - the new computer won't work and I had to plug the old one back in and then the internet was playing up..... blah blah, lol! Have a good day. Helen 3

sandra de said...

Love everything you make and if there is a craft who get get her a into gear it would have to be one of the sewing sisters. You are so prolific and always so creative.
sandra de @27

JoZart Quilts said...

Gorgeous makes .. love the napkins but the dollies clothes are simply adorable!
Jo x

JoZart Quilts said...

Thanks for your lovely comment but I just had to tell you that those "little tins" you admired are actually 7.5 x 9.5 inch fabric covered sewing cases which sell in Ikea (complete with shears, pins, tape, snips etc.,) for £10
Hee hee! Had to laugh!
Jo x

Lynn Holland said...

I love that you are so focused and actually achieve things. I need to take a leaf out of your book
Lynn #15

Neet said...

What cute teeny clothes, full of admiration that you made these miniatures. Also the napkins, gosh you are talented.
Hugs, Neet xx