18 January 2012

WOYWW

Phew! I managed to post my pictures before arriving at school.  :)  So what's on my desk this week? 

I'm just about ready to do the next page in my art journal.  It will depict this part of Genesis 1:

24 And God said, “Let the land produce living creatures according to their kinds: the livestock, the creatures that move along the ground, and the wild animals, each according to its kind.” And it was so. 25 God made the wild animals according to their kinds, the livestock according to their kinds, and all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good.


I just haven't decided what animals! I'm thinking all fluffy white sheep...maybe with colorful scarves or hats! 

And for those of you who visited by last week...I made it quite a bit further on my scarf....but look what my BAD DOG did to my yarn!  I'm not sure how she can mistake a skein of yarn for a colorful squirrel, but she's convinced my yarn must die.  She got the innards out of this one...so now I'll have to roll it up into a ball before continuing. 
 


Peace and Love, y'all!!!


Days until Graduation: 114
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34 comments:

May said...

Your pages and scraf are great, naughty dog (lol) when I do some knitting I have to lock the cat out as I am under constant attack, Hugs May x x x x

Karen said...

Loving the look of your art journal although I did have to smile about your story re your dog and your wool!! I hope you can manage to get it all untangled :)

Have a fab WOYWW and have a great week, Luv Karen #86

505whimsygirl said...

Oh love the fluffy sheep idea. Yikes, I haven't thought of a yarn attack dog. I have two little ones at home and had never thought they'd go after my yarn..... maybe it's the type of yarn it is? Like sheep or alpaca?

Happy WOYWW
Kay
#117

Jingle said...

Sounds like you are having fun with your journal! That's great!

Jackie said...

I do battle with my cats when I'm knitting but they don't chase my wool, they go after my needles! lol
Jackie #119

Jumbleberries said...

You look like you have a really colourful, productive desk going on there, fab.

And love the colour of your scarf - even if your dog has 'helped' you with the project, tee hee.

Wishing you a productive week.

Jumbleberries xx

Susan Flynn said...

A very busy colourful desk, your dog looks like he enjoys crafting too!

MaggieC said...

I never had problems knitting when we had the cats, but two dogs make it almost impossible. They always think they are so clever too. Thank you for your visit earlier, and your kind comments. have a good week. Maggie #70

Anesha said...

Stunning paintings on your desk. Great space. :)

Clare with paint in her hair said...

cool desk, bad puppy!

Kim Dellow said...

Yikes naughty dog! Hope it is fixable! Love all your colour! Thanks for the peek. Kim #81

TangolikeRaindrop said...

Maybe your dog was trying to wear the scarf? Haha, that made me chuckle. Congratulations on your impending graduation! It must feel so great. :)

Lou said...

Awww how can that dog be naughty he looks like and angel, (i went to find piccys on your blog) I seriously know exactaly how that is tho my dog is part terrier and shakes the innards out of every toy she has, and things she must not also. Fluffy white sheep with scarves and hats sound fun. Have a crafty week xx Thanks for visiting my blog Lou xx

Lisa-Jane said...

Lovely funky coloured wool you have there!

Peggy said...

thanks for stopping by my desk today! looks like to like to work with mixed media ever heard of Tracie Bastik ( I think that's how you spell her name) she's doing a free on line class at strathmore papers website. might want to jump over and check it out. have a great week.

Mrs A. said...

Love the colour of the wool. Hope you manage to salvage most of it to see another day. I have visions of lots of woolly sheep bounding about now. Hugs Mrs A.

karen said...

Your journal pages look incredible so far! I look forward to the sheep!
The story of your dog and the yarn gave me a giggle. Funny she didn't take all your knitting off the needles as well? Maybe she knew that was just going too far :)
xoxo Karen

sandee said...

The yarn had to die, lol

Beckyt said...

love your journal pages :) scarf looks like its coming on great too :)
Becky #45

DW Peot said...

Umm woman! I can't beleive I hadn't signed up to follow you oh crafty artistic talented you!
Your art journal is snazzy. For some reason, I can't make myself create one! I'm scared to death to draw and color outside of the lines! Tee Hee

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I'm still laughing after imagining your dog savaging your wool, lol! At least you can still wind it up and use it, hope there's not too much mutt slobber left behind though :D
Hugs, LLJ #43 xx

Erika said...

Hi Katie good luck sorting out your wool. I love the idea of your journalling and can't wait to see what you come up with.
Hugs Erika.

April said...

Wow the scarf is looking great! shame about your wool.... bet you didn't stay mad for long though :o) the journal pages are looking really good too! x

Victoria said...

love the knitting thank you for visiting my blog

Ann B said...

Love the pages and sheep would look good. Not tried knitting with our dog around but I'm sure she would think it was a new toy just for her entertainment.
Thanks for visiting my blog and for the advice about a netti pot - not heard of those before so will do some research.
Ann B
#41

Angie said...

I think fluffy sheep with colourful scarves are brilliant.
Had to laugh at your wool ...I am a fellow sufferer but with felines dangling from the ball or even the knitting.

Sherry Edwards said...

Fluffy white sheep sound good to me! Good luck with unravelling that yarn - oh dear!

Thanks for visiting my desk earlier.

Sherry (37)

Twiglet said...

Naughty dog! Yarn colours are lovely. I am having a rest from making little frocks - I have been making children's dressing up outfits for a friend instead!! Have a good week. x Jo

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Hi Katie, congratulations on passing! Isn't that a relief! I'm also taking the Strathmore course and it's been really freeing for me! I'd like to see your journal page so will come by again for a visit! Patsy from
HeARTworks

My name is Cindy said...

LOL had to laugh about the yarn! Thanks for showing us your desk and for popping by to see me, Cindy #36

lisa said...

Your journal is looking great and what a naughty dog, lol. You'll always think of him/her when you wear it in future won't you. Love the colours.
Hugs Lisax #101

buggalcrafts said...

sheep sound nice - make one knitting using wool from another!!! ha! joking!

Bridget Larsen said...

LOL animals can be so much fun and trouble
Bridget #26

Katie said...

Your page is great! And so is the scarf - I'm sorry your dog took all the yarn apart!

Happy WOYWW (on Monday!)
Katie #16