#100 Day Result. Time lapse photo, As in a month has passed since its completion. Flouting the rules of marketing, always the rebel. But honest. It was coincidence that the warm and cool colours balanced 50/50. A happy accident I’d say. Towards the end of the project, around day 75, the compositions became more abstract,Continue reading “#100 Day Result – Time Lapse photo”
I’m stitching a world on the reverse of the dress now. New story threads and new words will be added. At the present I am in an ocean of stitches, laying down texture for my next beautiful word.
Today I tested nylon thread to sew my recycled plastic bag oyster card wallets. Once over the technical problems, needle breakage, uneven and wobbly stitches I managed to finish the 24 colourful oyster wallets you see above. Also I’d like to thank all the visitors and art enthusiasts who came to see the Open StudioContinue reading “24 Oyster Card Wallets and Thank You”
Affirmative Applique™ was started as part of my personal development work with Affirmations. I create positive statements and words made from letters cut from cloth,which are applied to a ground fabric. The words and letters are stitched into place using a selection of coloured threads. I use different fonts for the letters and enjoy theContinue reading “Affirmative Applique™ at the Southbank Centre”
We made crow themed bunting at the Southbank Village Fair on August 24th. These lovely people joined in as well as two girls stitching away at the beginning of the day. I would like to have included them in the gallery, but I hadn’t asked their parents’ permission directly. I always enjoy drop-in stitch sessions andContinue reading “Crows at the Southbank Centre-Village Fair 24th August 2013”
A fantastic benefit of handwork, it’s portable! As this beautiful summer continues, al fresco stitching in the park adds to the enjoyment. Settled under the shade of the trees , hearing the sound of children playing, I stitch my ‘thank you’s’. Selecting colour to define each letter. Enjoying how the colour of the thread influences theContinue reading “Al fresco stitching”