Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Ann!

I'm posting Raggedy Ann today, (Tuesday instead of Wednesday) because tomorrow is Fairy day!
What does Raggedy Ann have to do with a 2 inch, covered, little jar? I CAN envision something.......hummmm,
might be getting a little complicated now.

Stripes, glass and felt,


a little lace and those things could take shape.

a clever way to stick glue while giving it time to dry.



Aw, she is a pincushion with heart straight pins. My very first pincushion!


The container can hold the pins while the stitcher is not working. Lid off while working-pins in use, meanwhile the container can be used as a thread catcher. Notice I made Ann's ribbon long enough to tie a set of small snippet scissors?
I need to study her to figure out Andy, I'm stumped as to what to do about a sailor cap. Too bad I couldn't be creative with a thimble!

That might not be as funny as it sounds. C&G Design

7 comments:

lola said...

What an ingenious idea. Where in the world do you come up with such clever ideas?
Ann is quite the lovely & useful lady.

tina said...

Cute! Love the pins!

Jean said...

AWWWWWWWWW, very cute.

Are you guys coming down for the 4th? Sarah, Josh and I went to NH Sunday. Got a good haul.

Jillian said...

CUUUUUUUUUUUUUTE! You are inspiring!

Kathleen said...

Fabulous idea. I am so not creative right now, I am jealous. Rain, rain...hugs, Kathleen

Debbie said...

Hi Dawn! I've been busy once again and am catching up. I love, love, love that pincushion!! How freakin creative you are! You should have your own shop somewhere selling your wears! And, of COURSE an Ann pincushion makes so much sense for YOU! I smiled widely when I saw it! You know I like making pincushions...you've see some of them on my blog. I have been thinking a lot about making some more lately. I just might try the jar type...it's a great idea. How's your garden doing with all this rain? Are ya sick of it yet? We all are....maybe sun tomorrow...thank God! Talk to you soon my friend.

Cinj said...

That's a great idea! Always in need of practical solutions to use up "junk", right?