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Experimental Hand Stitching

Class Gallery

Class Gallery, continued

First efforts

My Finished Challenge

Reverse of Challenge

This weekend I attended the Virginia Consortium of Quilters quarterly meeting in Annandale, Virginia and took a class from… 160 more words

A Celtic Mystery

A Slow Stitch Story…

It’s not every time I make a piece of stitched textile art that I could¬†tell you for certain where the inspiration came from, often they seem to evolve from a process of stitching meditation, but that’s not the case with my latest work, this one definitely has a story… 594 more words

Slow Stitching

The Bee's Knees in Constant Flux

Right before the mad-dash to get packed for our trek to QuiltCon, I finished a mini quilt and excitedly mailed it to a hotel in Savannah, where it patiently waited for… 656 more words


Weekend sewing

Before the weekend actually gets here, I’d better update you on last weekend!¬† (yep, falling behind in my blogging duties again!)


On Friday we ventured out to Miss Helen’s for the afternoon; a casual, help yourself lunch… 218 more words

Watercolour Pocket Page Inserts

I was browsing around Michael’s the other day and came across this adorable stamp, I knew I had to buy it!

I stamped it on some 3×4″ watercolour cardstock to create pocket page inserts. 144 more words


An Indulgent Weekend

I spent the weekend in Saltaire at textile artist Hannah Lamb’s studio. The workshop title intrigued me, “Patchwork and Place” seemed to fit so well with my own current work in progress, which aims to record places and events through stitch and textiles. 478 more words


Proof of a Finished Project

It’s a fact that a creative mind can’t stop creating even if it wanted to. I know this because I’ve done extensive research. Okay, there was only one subject and it was me… but still, I think I’m right. 226 more words