Friday, 1 August 2014

busy fingers...










I've been busy stitching work for my stall at the Cotswold Vintage Fair in Toddington, Glos on Saturday 16th August (for more information, click on the link in my sidebar). Thought I'd show you what I've been up to.....

12 comments:

bayou said...

So beautiful as always, Christine. Looking very much forward to the workshop, the very highlight of September for me :-).

Cheryl said...

I love your work. I live in the U.S. Any chance I could purchase a piece of your work?

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Such pretties! Your booth should be very popular.

Муся said...

Здравствуйте, Christine! Я недавно нашла Ваш блог и просто влюбилась с первого взгляда в Ваши работы! Вы необыкновенно талантливая художница и Мастерица! Даже через монитор от Ваших работ исходит тепло и уют. Они невероятно нежные и трогательные. Удачи Вам, хорошего настроения и вдохновения! У Вас золотые руки и душа. Ещё раз, большое Вам спасибо за хорошее настроение. Марина.

gentlework said...

Thanks for your lovely comments. Cheryl - you asked about purchasing my work - I don't have an online shop but if you follow me on facebook I sometimes offer work for sale there - I have a few people who have bought my work in the US and Australia. Christine x

Cheryl said...

Thank you, gentlework. I will follow you.

A Mermaid's Tale said...

So looking forward to seeing your lovely things at Toddington again Christine!

Belladonna said...

Your art left me breatless, so magical...

Jayne said...

Oh I wish I lived closer, I would love to see your beautiful work in the flesh! One of these days our paths will cross I'm sure. Only one word for all of those treasures you have created - exquisite x

PeregrineBlue said...

you and i have so so soooooo much in common. I see you and i see me younger version: feminine, gentle, romantic, in love with the simple things in life

Hélène GArt Media Mixtes said...

Bonjour,

i love your work. You are an accomplished artist indeed and your skill with a needle and your creativity are amazing.
I just wanted to know - as I have in mind to create one for myself - if you put something in your needle book between two layers of fabric to straighten them (card or other stuff such as wadding)?
I hope my question is enough clear. Thank you for your reply.
Hélène

gentlework said...



Hello Helene thanks for your kind comments about my work - In answer to your question I don't use wadding or card in my needlebooks I just use fabric which is not too thin like stiffer linens. Best wishes Christine