Friday, 25 February 2011

Pagoda Pots

Yesterday I went to a workshop to make these Pagoda Pots.
They were reasonably easy to make, at least once I'd worked out which metallic thread my machine was prepared to work with and look very elegant.

I may well make some more of these.

Well, this is post number 399, so keep an eye open for 400, as I'll be having a give away of some sort to celebrate.



10 comments:

Angelcat said...

These are lovely, what a great workshop. I haven't been to a workshop for ages, I really must have a look to see whats out there and go do something new :)

Amelia said...

So elegant and fancy looking...you amaze me with all your talents you continue to post about.

Lynn said...

Sorry I can't believe these were easy, they look so intricate. Really beautiful, was the metallic thread hard to work with?

Celia said...

They are really nice.

Julie said...

What a unique little item! I enjoy seeing all your projects.
Julie
www.mysewingobsession.blogspot.com
(formerly Julie's Blog)

Kay said...

These are beautiful and interesting. They sure are different from anything else you've created. You are a wonder!

scraphappy said...

How fun to be able to go to a class and learn something new. Such fancy little pots.

Anita said...

Candace those are very nice. Do they just stack or do you have to do something to them so they stay that way. My quilt guild is having a workshop and I am really looking forward to it. I haven't been to one in years.

Anita said...

Amanda,

That just goes to show that you should never post until you are fully awake. Sorry for calling you Candace.

Candace said...

They are cute and elegant and fancy all at the same time.