This guy was a best seller at the St Abbs Woolfest In November, he’ll be on a card in the new year, and he’s available now as a mounted print from the Etsy Shop.
I think I’ve caught up with all the latest artwork!
In the next post I’ll tell you all about my other adventures into the C17th.
This little guy – well I’m not sure I can bear to part with him. I think he might be living here permanently!
It’s a logwood base again – cottons and silks, and the hare drawn with free motion embroidery, then appliqué and hand stitching too.
Again he’ll be a card next year, meanwhile he’s available as a print in the Etsy Shop.
Logwood is a natural dye that gives the most amazing purple colour. This guy is now ready for framing (I’ve got lots of framing to organise!)
He’s drawn with free motion embroidery on a base of cottons and silks. There will be cards next year, meanwhile he’s available as a mounted print from the Etsy Shop.
Finished and ready to frame!
I loved making this picture – the felt was lovely and thick and there is something really special about indigo dye. The colours just bounce off each other.
She’ll be available as a card next year and is available now as a mounted print from the Etsy Shop.
New piece of work.
In the colours of Autumn – Cherry Blossom Tree leaves on the lawn.
And moss on the river stones.
Planning new blog posts and winter artwork today.
Acrylic painting drop cloths. Knew they’d be perfect one day! New hare picture just beginning. @bordertart indigo felt base.
I submitted in 2015 and am proud to say I am on the “page” for 11th December 2017. Last year I didn’t submit any images, but I was determined to beat the deadline this year.
I won’t hear until January+ – Its a long time to wait!!!
Mounted prints will be available very soon at
Watch this space.
Nothing like a walk to clear the head. Unexpectedly warm and a very different feel to my usual morning walks.
Watching the tractors ploughing and sowing in adjacent fields.
Munching berries on the way and walking past timeless buildings.