Tuesday, September 4, 2012

of course you all have one of these on your window, right?

Well if you haven't then you should! LOL All good stitchers have one.
I don't have a light box, can you tell?
It will end up having a very close relationship with this lovely vintage fabric :)
Are you all busy stitching?

Carole x

9 comments:

Janelle said...

I have been busy getting ready for the start of the school year here and taking my oldest daughter to college for the first time. I have been doing a bit of painting and sketching in my free time. Now that fall is almost here I plan to spend a lot more time in my sewing room creating lots of goodies.

Linda said...

Yes.... I often have that on my window. I do have a light box...but it's not big enough. ha! I started stitching a Christmas stocking for the grandbaby to have at my house..... started yesterday!Maybe I'll get it done. hee hee!

Margaret said...

Well I don't but I'm going to, lovely inspired (useful) decoration! Mx who also doesn't have a light box

Magpie's Mumblings said...

My window often looks similar to that! My old studio had room for a lightbox (actually an old xray film light) but alas, no room here. Never mind, the window works!

Anneliese said...

This picture is a lovely one, I don't have a light box and I use my windows and lately I saw that I can also copy with transferpaper from the computer directly - being of course very careful :).

~*~Patty S said...

So lovely
and
useful!!!

I do have a lightbox (somewhere)... but a window is so much easier to find ;)
oxo

A Magical Whimsy said...

In the U.S. a while back, it was the 'thing' to put a vintage doily inside a wire hoop and put it in a window. I have a few around my house.
So, you will have to explain what the procedure is about the light box, it sounds and looks pretty, and also interesting.
Cheers!
Teresa in California
http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/

maggiegracecreates said...

LOVE IT -- I HAVE SEVERAL AT MY HOUSE.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Carole. What a beautiful piece of crochet. Putting it up to the light gives it new life. Gorgeous!
best, nadia