Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Black and white with a touch of red and colour.

 Still more of my circle sketches. I am having far too much fun with these, some are better than others but I really like the black and white one with a touch of red.
Not quite so keen on the other.
They are fun to see what I can come up with.
I have a couple more rough sketches that I did while we were away, probably not much time now I am home.
I have to catch up on some stitching but first I need to clear the decks a bit so I can find things, pay a few bills and generally not feel pressured to organise other things.
The deep freeze died this morning, with a terrible grumbling noise when John turned it on again. Heaven knows when we will be able to afford another, the other poor old chest freezer is going well but I cant find things in it and everything sinks to the bottom.
I hope not too many other electrical things die, I find if one goes inevitably something else goes as well.
Off to feed the chooks, hope I can get them in, I let them out and the rooster and hen hadnt been out before, I could be in for a merry chase.
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Julie said...

I agree with you on the black and white! It is very pretty...and eye catching, and a little sexy too!

Suztats said...

Love the black and white piece. That little touch of red makes it!

Wanda..... said...

Lovely creations, Penny. To keep from losing things in the chest freezer, I use several stackable square wire baskets to keep 'like items' in...helps a little.

The Itsy Bitsy Spill said...

Wow love your blog beautiful!!!

Thank you for your message.

About class, I take it that it is a yes? Should I sign you for this class? Let me know!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Very pretty drawings Penny. I know what you mean about chest freezers - I used to have one but now have two upright ones and they are much easier to keep organised. I used to find things lurking in the chest freezer that had been there for years.

Jo Murray said...

I'm rather fond of black/white/red and that's a beauty, Penny.