Africa in Stitch



Friday 22nd July

Pretty Flamingos

Stitch technique

Create a layered panel using machine and hand embroidery depicting flamingos at a water hole

Textile technique

Plastics and painted Tyvek

Friday 19th August

African ladies

Stitch technique

Create an African figure carrying a hand coiled pot

Textile Technique

Paper beads

Friday 23rd September

African sunset

Stitch technique

Cut back applique with a painted background

Textile Technique

Batik

Friday 21st October

African Vessel

Stitch technique

Create a striking vessel using found objects such a cowrie shells

Textile technique

Distressing with lutrador

Friday 18th November

African indigo fabric

Stitch Technique

Tie Dyeing

Textile technique

Indigo

Saturday, 30 April 2011

Thank You

Wild Garlic
You can't get rid of me that easily ....  I have now got round to setting up my own personal blog, not that I have done much stitching recently.  Thank you to everyone not only for the card and leaving gift, but also for making my time with the Pannal Textile Group such an enjoyable experience.  I shall miss you all very much.  I am going to use the money to buy some plants for our new garden.  The picture above is the wild bit with the stream.  It is currently full of wild garlic, but the nettles, brambles and Jack in the Hedge are sprouting at a rate of knots.  I am back up in Yorkshire for a few days soon and then I will have the Malvern Spring Quilt Show to look forward to when I come back.

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Work in progress


I decided to downsize the pages I was working on as they seemed to take a lot of work to fill them up.  Wrong decision!  I now have to do lots of pages to fit all the work on.  Should I go for minature next time or maybe A2?