October 14, 2010

Megan's Creative Space.

This week it's Megan's turn to share something she was working on.
Megan has a few pet chickens, sometimes she sneaks them inside even though she's been told not too. She talks to them every day, sometimes they even jump on the trampoline with her.........yeah scrambled eggs!
Last weekend Megan wanted to do some hand stitching.......what do you think she wanted to make?
You guessed it......a chicken!
I'm so proud of her she did really well, the stitching was super neat and she even got the buttons on by herself without any problems!
Now she can leave the real chickens outside and play with this one in her room!
For more creative spaces give kootoyoo a visit and say hello to Kirsty.

9 comments:

Chantal said...

That's a super cute chicken Megan! Love your work : )

Little Ted Canvas said...

That's fantastic! She's quite clever, wonder where she get that from?!!

Jackie / Kate said...

Like Mother like daughter... gee you must get up early, you have nearly always posted whenever I log on in the morning.. I'm running late this morning - maybe I should go get dressed instead of blogging !!?

gemmipop said...

That's super cute! I love chickens too, I have two called Beryl and Mabel, and I have to admit that I talk to them too! Well done Megan!

Rosalind said...

She has mama to thank for that I am sure! The neat stitching that is.

The Clip Cafe said...

Oh well done! That is brilliant :-)

Mira Narnie said...

That is just so awesome that Megan wanted to make a chicken!! I love her stitching and she looks so proud of herself! Yay!

miss~nance said...

That's a very cute chciken.

Fellow blogtoberfest participant here and a first timer to your blog. Hoping to get around to all blogs. Would love you to visit mine - I have just put up a giveaway post http://missnance.blogspot.com/

Gail

Pip Prosser said...

Megan's chicken is just gorgeous Brenda ... her stitching is super neat, she must take after her Mum ... enjoy seeing all your crafty goodness, good luck with all your Christmas creating ... cheers, Pip