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Various projects underway....and a guest doodle!

Good morning!
Doodling while talking to my sister on the phone last night....

My friend Terri is also doing a doodle a day. She has posted her first doodle...below... on her blog last  Friday. Isn't it stunning?
Hopefully she'll post some more soon... (hint, hint Terri :))
And another person has joined the 100 day challenge. My Dad! He has decided to practice the piano every day for 100 days! Brilliant!

Last week I bought metres and metres of unbleached calico and on Sunday I began to print. Here are some of the prints hanging on my drying rack.
I am rather excited about this because it is the first printing that I have done, which will be made into products to sell on my as yet unopened...very much only in my mind at this store.

Off to work now...
Hope you all have a lovely day!
Jill xx


  1. Awesome doodling :) and looking forward to seeing the calico made up! xo T


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100 days of doodling....

A couple of days ago, a friend of mine told me about a website where people commit to doing ...something....

...each day for 100 days.

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here goes...

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My friend Terri is joining me in this challenge!

How about you? interested??

Jill xx

P.S. Take a look the page I have created called 100 days of doodling to see all the doodles I have done so far.

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So, now that I've figured out the designs it won't be long till I have some in my online shop.
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Have a wonderful week! Jill xx