Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Postcards from the sewing room




On the very off-chance that I venture further than the sewing room for the next five weeks, Mr Gocco and I have have got the postcards totally sorted. I'll be sure to send you one!

54 comments:

  1. Those are infinite levels of awesomeness. Love it! Thanks for giving me a smile today.

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  2. "Having a great time, wish you were here"?

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  3. Ooooh, definitely "post office prefered". They're ace!

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  4. they look great- what a brillinat idea! Again!!!
    but do tell what is that little blue machine and did it help you make them???? Hmmmm?

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  5. Beautiful! Would love to know how to do something like this! Keep us updated!

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  6. Cool postcards! Just wanted to let you know that my neice was the lucky recipient of Pepper the Elephant - she absolutely loved it - thanks for being such a sewing genius! Nic xx

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  7. As posted by everyone else, these postcards are really cool. I'd love to see a tutorial on how to make them!
    Happy New Year!
    Donna

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  8. They look great Jodie. Love the red post mark. And I'm not even going to try and imagine what they are for. I will wait and watch... Just don't forget to keep me posted!

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  9. OH MY GOSH! I totally want this! I LOVE postcards and mail! :D

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  10. They look awesome! It gets my stamp of approval!

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  11. Oooh! I HAVE to know -- what is this little printing machine that you're using? What a cool project! :)

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  12. Oh, well at least that's sorted out!

    Have fun getting lost on Sewing Room Island!

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  13. If I was sending a postcard I would want one like this! For sure.. really nice X

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  14. Oooh very cool ! :) Where did you buy your Gocco from - I've seen something similar in a WA art store but it wass very $$$$$- about $1000 to set up. Does it use film sheets that you expose or do you need to apply something to the screen and then expose it?
    I have an old-fashioned silk screen I plan to use (one day) but this looks much more user friendly!

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  15. Oh these are too cool Jodie... I have to do bloomin' siggy squares for our retreat, and had been thinking along these lines (but too lazy to do!)

    take care and I might have to send out a search party for my Mr Gocco :O) aren't you glad I told you about Mr Gocco????

    Lissapoo

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  16. They look terrific. The girls arrived safely and we're all heading out to tea shortly. Great to have company from my "other" life.

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  17. Love 'em! Have fun on your sewing holiday.

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  18. So what are you up too now Miss Jodie? You have me intrigued with the postcards.
    Happy New Year,
    Kerryanne

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  19. That is the best use of a Gocco I have seen in a long time! Haha!

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  20. Gocco? I am intrigued and the postcards look amazing
    Chris x

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  21. Brilliant! Dot and I have been trying out Lino cutting and printing - harder than it looks!

    Locket xxx

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  22. My first blog read of the morning and I'm in postcard love! It's the little things that make me happy!

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  23. LOVE LOVE...
    So gorgeous!!!
    I wanted to ask...
    Are you stocking any of your robots etc in your etsy shop?
    I do think they are gorgeous!!!
    And I love the Thaw magazine...
    Great read...And loved the swimwear...
    great pics and articles...

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  24. Seriously, is there no end to your creative genius? They're wonderful! Are you planning to sell them?

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  25. Just when we think you've done it all, you astound with yet another brilliant idea! Very cool.

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  26. Dying to know what you'll do with them. And in the meantime, I'm enjoying what my imagination is coming up with..........
    WendyBee

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  27. so cool!!! i want a gocco now too...although i have a bunch of toys that need playing with. i love printing of all kinds.

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  28. those are soo cool! love the little blue machine! what is that?

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  29. 5 Weeks?! How fabulous and wonderful is that?
    Have you put in a small fridge yet? Coffee pot?!
    Stay warm and sew on!

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  30. This is so cool!!! Which "machine" did you use? Thanks for sharing with us.

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  31. oh you clever thing! I'm so embarrassed to say I've used my gocco once! oh dear and I insisted on bringing it home from japan much to my husband's annoyance that it was carry on luggage!

    must get it out one of these days

    corrie:)

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  32. I have dreamt of my very own Mr Gocco for quite a while now, but if I had one, when am i going to find time to play with it?

    Nice postcards...perhaps they could be sent from the sewing room?

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  33. Jodie, happy early new year, first of all (before I forget). You make such beautiful and ingenious things. I wish I commented more but am always reading your blog when the kids are all over me. It is 2 am now and finally some peace and quiet! Thank you for what you make and for sharing it with us so we can all be inspired/lose hope of ever making anything decent forever. No, I jest. I am so glad I found your blog when I did months ago. Those robots! The story! The elephants! But my favorite has to be those craft clocks. Brilliant, funny and slightly twisted - love it all. Thank you!

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  34. oooh, have to love the gocco machine. They are super. Happy holidays

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  35. Very cool Jodie! So much for having a rest over the holidays! Though I guess this is the perfect time to do lots of creative things... lucky you!

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  36. Wow -- that looks like a super fun project! I hope you've had a grand New Year's Eve -- Happy New Year!!!

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  37. That is definitely very neat! Happy New Year!
    Micki

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  38. I love Mr Gocco, a friend has one that I routinely borrow and keep
    "serviced"

    The postcards look fabulous!

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  39. They look great Jod. Nice to see that being locked away in your jammies has a good end result .. We have a camcorder here if you ever need a lend. No trouble!

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  40. Trying very hard not to be all pouty and jealous. I TOTALLY covet your Gocco!!

    Those postcards are utterly fab and I really am not jealous.

    not.one.bit.

    ok - maybe a little bit!

    xxx

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  41. My gosh are these awesome!!!I don;t know mr gocco but will start googling for sure now!awesome work!xoxo

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  42. love them!!

    greetings from holland

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Hellloooooo !!!!