A selection of embroidery experiments for a little project called Made on Monday. A good way to start the week…
Ideas that grew from the Made on Monday project – to make a piece of textile art every Monday. 5 inch square format every time
Festive pillows, made combining hand and machine stitch.
Playing with my much favoured water soluble fabric I created this necklace design for the Sewmance Festival workshops
After drawing some details from leaves with an array of holes I experimented with those shapes to create this embroidery on water soluble fabric
BTNETSY TALKS. Etsy Shop Success with Zoe Bateman from Ladybird Likes
Last night I attended this inspirational talk, which was put on free by the fabulous Brighton Etsy Team. It was held at The Old Market in Hove. The venue was cosy and comfortable, and it was good to put faces to the names I know from twitter and Etsy.
I am a member of the Brighton Etsy Team, and I have been nominated to take past in the Blog Hop by Jackie from Forever Foxed. foreverfoxed.blogspot.co.uk/ Everyone doing the Blog Hop is answering the same 4 questions. Its a fantastic team to be part of. Everyone is friendly and willing to share their knowledge, and there is always lots going on, parties, pop up shops, inspirational talks…
‘The act of sewing is a process of emotional repair’
Before I get started, quick grab a cuppa, preferably a slice of cake and get cosy. I’m new to blogging, so be patient with me please.
The quote above really rings true for me. The embroidery I began with this quote at it’s heart was a new begining for me as an artist, and it has been a very interesting journey.