Getting back to making.....
Its been a rollercoaster of a few months, actually like half a year really. Did you notice the lack of content from me?...... I have been keeping a low profile, and had lost a bit of my creative bug for a while. This felt very strange for me, but other stuff in life just took over. I guess this happens to us all, so I didn't fight it and just went with it. So what have I been up too.....? Well, from having our home on the market for over 6 months (anyone who has done this knows the rituals of cleaning required...) but also I have been enjoying having weekends off again which means lots of catching up on surfing....
Me & my amazing single fin
Some of you might not know but last year I opened the shop Store 16 with another local maker. That was an amazing experience, and one I don't regret, but it was a challenge managing my time. I was constantly making products to fill the shop, working in the shop whilst working full time as a Town Planner. That venture has now ended, the store that we created still lives on but has been relocated over east. In a way, I think it was a blessing in disguise. I don't think at the time I realised how crazy busy I was, till it was over.
Times spent in the shop, with my helper Molly Dog
So, back to getting things happening. So enough about me, whats been going on with Made by Lucy... Well, did you see my post about House of Home Pop up? I was lucky to have my white and copper hangers featured in their incredible pop up shop. I just love the styling with the grey concrete pots and ferns on the blue wall.
After the hangers were featured in House of Home, I also completed a new style macrame wall hanger. This was a commissioned piece that I was asked to make for a leaving present. I used a different cotton rope to what I usually use, its a 3 strand rope, which means that you can free the ends to make the beautiful tassels. What do you think?
Here it is hanging in my hallway, I think I need to make another one to keep
The next project is to organise some more workshops, so stay tuned for dates and workshops coming up in the next few months.
Happy crafting everyone, Lucy xx