Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Jasper, The Threader

My Friend Debra of fabulous Monnie Bean Folk Art http://monniebeanfolkart.blogspot.com/ suggested that I make a few more Threaders. For those of you who do not know what a Threader is....he or she has the job of threading the needle on the Thread pusher as nothing is sewn with a threadless needle. Threaders usually have uncommonly large eyes for seeing into tiny places. jasper has ONE large eyeball that he uses to magnify the tiny spot where the thread goes.
A word about fellow bloggers: I appreciate you all, your links and comments are the lifeblood of this blog. I thank you for reading these stories and, as does Grace Tenderstitch and the other creatures in the Land of Baggaraggs. Have a lovely DAY. Robin


Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

I enjoy your stories but don't comment on them since I'm easily confused. But a Threader I can definitely follow and comment on!!! He's so serious-looking, because threading is a serious and important job!!!

I love Debra/Monniebean's folkart, too!

tiptoethruphylsgarden.blogspot.com said...

I love the Threader!I don`t recall seeing them,phylliso

RosesRadishesandRubbish said...

Hey there Girlie!! LOVE the threader....your work stands out as being so unique and totally YOU!!!!:) I am waiting patiently for you next installment in the saga...love to you, Amyxo

Snugglebug Blessings said...

Well I sure could use a threader. My eyes aint what they used to be. He is quite unique and darling. God bless. Cathy

blueberries in the fields said...

your threader is really cool robin. i am sorry if i don't come visit very often, i feel like i am out of breath from running all the time. your comments mean a lot to me and the last one was very touching. i am truly touched. next week i wish to take a little moment and present my Johnny Appleseed in my my blog.
sending you hugs, and love,