Market dress and art works

We've had fun this weekend. I got out in the garden and planted up some seeds. I made a start on my Tasart piece and made a cute little skirt for the "not so baby G" (damn shes growing up quick).
While making a start on my Tasart entry my studio was invaded very quickly by little hands. She was pretty good in there except i ended up with pink from her swinging brush on my clothes (soaking now). I seriously could not get her out of there....i had to use bribes. I have been sewing more than painting latly so she has never really had the opportunity to go in there. She was so wrapped in her work, i was amazed how dedicated she was, not even asking for much. So i got my work done with minimal interruption, except for the constant chatter. She never stops talking.

On Saturday i whipped up a skirt from an online tutorial from Made. It's the market skirt and was fairly simple. I got the main fabric from spotty on Friday on sale (Note to self - you do not need any more fabric) and the rest was a vintage sheet.

Another look at the artist in residence beside my started work..sorry had to throw it in.

Ps Dont for get to join the tea cosy swap and let me know if your intereseted in the up coming Stitch n Bitch Fest...i'm that excited for it

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.