Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Making bobbin shuttles

 Here I am working on some copper bobbin shuttles.  The last time I worked with copper I almost burned my face off.  But this copper has a safer firing process so I don't have to worry about that again.
I found Piccadilly in the laundry basket reading a manual of all things.  What a funny gal!

10 comments:

Ladytats said...

Miss P is so cute in the basket. They have so much fun with life, it is amazing.

Ladytats said...

oh, and better luck this time with firing the copper.

** jess! ** said...

AWW! What a cutie! :o)

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Miss P always brightens my day! What an adorable child!
So glad to hear the copper firing issue has been resolved, but I have to admit that the whole process is a mystery to me! I admire all of your amazing artistic skills and knowledge.

Margarets designer cards said...

Good luck with the cooper this time, And miss p looks so happy and peaceful in the basket. Amazing how little things keep them amused.
Margaret

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I'm amazed at all the wonderful shuttle ideas you come up with! I'm happy to know that there's no chance of you burning your face off this time. It must be that Miss P. is reading the manual to you so that you know exactly what to do! ; )

Fox said...

Miss P reminds me of what her mama might actually be like in real life!
Fox ; )

Stephanie Grace said...

Stay safe! Perhaps the manual being read is 'Copper-Firing Safety'? She's trying to protect you, how sweet is that? ;-)

♥,
Stephanie Grace

Val said...

Oh dear, pls be careful even with the safer clay option. I'd love to see more of you. :)

Miss P sure looks like she's savouring the manual! Wow, you are having a brilliant baby.

Bonnie said...

The picture of Miss P gave me a smile. Thank you for sharing it.