Thursday, October 25, 2007

Something hot - an iron


I love doing the ironing particularly tea towels and hankies and pillow cases. I love washing as well. I am single so don't have loads to do.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

11 comments:

Teri C said...

Susan, that is a great iron!! Seems the only I iron these days are the quilt blocks I am sewing, but I relate to what you are saying about washing and ironing.

pedalpower said...

Very nice drawing...love the clean lines.

Lynn said...

Excellent drawing, Susan. I really like the clean simple look of it.

BMoon said...

lovely
clean
fun drawing.....

Kay Cox said...

Susan, this is a lovely drawing. I love the smell of ironing but do very little of it these days. Your tea towels probably look much neater than mine.

Knitting Painter Woman said...

What amazes me about this is how you got the sense of curves and volumes WITHOUT doing any shading. Or maybe it's just that I had an iron that looked very much like this! Anybody else feel the heft of it just by looking? PS: If you get to Texas you may do my ironing.

Margie said...

I like the treatment you used on the cord and the tip of the iron.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

visiting from nablopomo...
Please feel free to stop on by and do some of my ironing. Plugging in the iron for you as we speak!
(thanks for your very kind greeting.)

Dee said...

I really like the simplicity of this sketch. I hate getting to the ironing, but once I'm doing it, I really enjoy it. It's one of the simple things we do in a complicated world. It's nice, like the simple sketches. And, thanks for stopping by....

Shaina said...

Good words.

phthaloblu said...

I hate ironing, but there is something calming about doing the laundry and hanging it up on the line outside to dry. This is very nice. I really like how you did the cord. Nicely done.