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U

I couldn’t think of anything. So U is for unknown

It was going to be “Um, I can’t think of anything for U” but then Gareth insisted on unknown with a Luttrell weirdo, so here he is. 24 more words

Medieval

T

is for tremulous.

I actaully started planning this project shortly after the initial workshop (by planning I mean that I scrawled a few notes on a bit of manky cardboard – but for me that’s an impressive amount of prep) but I was really struggling with T. 64 more words

Embroidery

FAMILY: Jane Austen - a fuller story

This year, it’s 200 years since the death of Jane Austen, one of the country’s most enduringly popular authors,  and there’s a new exhibition in Oxford’s Bodleian Library which takes a fresh look at the life and how the world around her influenced her novels, eye-openingly placing her famous works in the global context in which they were written. 773 more words

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Just got an Email, the Abc scroll has made the shortlist in the Bodleian competition

S

is for sheep. Especially since my scroll is meant to be for the education of young sheeps.

I used fluffy silk couched down on top of gilded leather. 129 more words

Medieval

R

is for repairs.

You may or may not know my long running fascination with the value of textiles in the middle ages- it’s a big part of why I get so interested in applique. 106 more words

Embroidery

Q

is for Quill,

Although that’s not actually a quill, because it’s an appropriately sized pigeon feather I found in the garden – still, that’s a “found object” so it makes me dead trendy in modern art terms, innit? 35 more words

Embroidery