Sunday, October 24, 2010

Silent Sunday: Cowtown Museum's main street, the church, and parsonage

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8 thoughtful remarks:

Rita A. said...

I sure wish I could visit. I can smell the old mustiness and hear the floorboards creak.

Sew Loquacious Angela said...

Looks fantastic...I love the picture of the organ and sewing machine!
Have a super Sunday.
Angela

Susan Allan said...

Thank you for the tour. I really enjoyed looking at your photos.

You asked how I do so much in a day. I have a few secrets:
Not everything gets finished right away and I do little and often with several little projects on the go all the time.
I seldom plan what I am going to make and just make stuff with what is lying around.

I have thousands of bits and pieces lying around, so there is always inspiration available to set me off.

No constraints and trying new techniques is another reason why I do so much..., If I want to try something, I just have to do it there and then.
I do not go out to work everyday.. .and I have no commitments or resposibilities except to feed David and the cat.

Hope that helps to answer your question..

Have a great week.
Sue xx

Susan Allan said...

Hi
I forgot to say....the melty stuff is household packaging. I used yoghurt pots, paper flowers and embossing powders and melted them down on a baking sheet on my electric cooker.

It gets very smelly and I fear the fumes coming off may be toxic, so I don't recommend it as a technique that anyone should follow. But when I see this stuff going out to recycling I feel the need to make things with it. The next plan is jewellery from the waste bin.

Sue xx

Julia Dunnit said...

How fascinating. I was goign tobe cheeky and ask if the guy in the first pic had worn his dungarees 'specailly, but I totally take that back! That wood burning stoce is something isn't it, how amazing.

Incipient Wings said...

this was great Elizabeth...We have a small woodburning stove outside...belonged to my mother..she loved them so much.
thank you for taking us on this tour...
have a great day.

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

What a beautiful area you live in- I love the great big trees and that farmhouse is wonderful! Thanks for the tour :)

~*~Patty S said...

nice Sunday tour ... there are so many interesting spots where you live!
oxo