Sunday, January 21, 2007

A small world indeed

Ahh it is a small world indeed. Today I took myself for a walk to a crazy antiques place I keep passing in my car and have wanted to check out for ages (Wally Johnson's on Dudley street) and on my way back I turn the corner and bump into Shannon from Auntie Cookie! We'd never met in person before but I recognised her from her blog. Aint that great. Okay that story probably sounds a bit farfetched but we were previously aware that we lived in the same area, so it's not all that weird.

Anyway, the antiques place didn't have anything I could afford, but I took a pic of these cute little bowl/ramikin things. Some Melbournian should go get them! (if you're willing to pay $7 apiece).


('scuse the crappy nokia picture quality)

More patterns! Still going through a seaweed phase it seems :)


10 comments:

hmc said...

Wow, you have been very busy! Love the ramekin / bowls, very colourful and cute... and your seaweed pattern is awesome - so is your commissioned one. You're very talented!

shannon said...

'Tis a small world indeed!! It was good to finally meet you after commenting and email banter, although I should remember to make a better first impression and not invite people in to see my latest library books!!

Tali said...

love these patterns! specially the one on white.
You're such a prolific pattern-lady!
how do you do it? how DOOO you do it? ;)

Amy said...

Oh, those seaweed prints just make me swoon! But then again, I'm biased because that's my favourite color combo at the moment;)

cruststation said...

I love the cute bowls, the clever use of colour makes them wonderful pieces. How nice of you to bump into another blogger, it's such a coincidence and wonderful for you to recognise each other (like being famous)? :)

innernana said...

Oh, I have been meaning to stop and check out Wally Johnson's for ages! Thank god I didn't - I may have saved myself a lot of money if those delectable bowls are any indication of the stock...

sue said...

jez $7 a pop i have a stack at home i picked up years ago in adelaide for 50 cent a pop either im getting old or things are just expensive

shula said...

Wally Johnson's! I love that place.

I blew a small fortune on a typeface cabinet there a few months ago.

But every time I open it I smile.

Showpony said...

your patterns are great, the colour combinations in the first one are especially lovely. great work

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