Wednesday, 16 September 2015

a glimpse





Hello there, sorry I've been a bit quiet here of late.  I've been busy preparing a couple of pieces of work which be shown alongside the 'Daphne's Glove' pieces at the exhibition at the end of this month. Here a few glimpses of one of the pieces in progress. If you would like to come along the exhibition, you can find all of the details here. There will be a 'celebration afternoon' on the 3rd October, at which some of the participating artists will be there. I'll be there, it would be lovely to meet you if you can make it...

Also just to let you know there are a few places left for my 'keep safe' workshop this Saturday at Indigo Moon Creative Workshops. in the lovely village of Montgomery, in North Wales (only about 20 miles from Shrewsbury) you also get to look around Tina's wonderful shop, Indigo Moon.  Here is an idea of what you could make if you come along...


7 comments:

Lady Locust said...

Simply beautiful~ worth the wait:)

Lovejoy Bears said...

Your work is always so beautiful, special and healing!! I wish I could make it to your workshop, it would be a dream come true to learn from you!! Hugs Vicky xx

Alex said...

These soft tones and beautiful stitching are delightful.

Maricaillou Deschamps said...

So beautiful.....i like your work, the colors !!!

Sampler Pam said...

Your work is so wonderful. Such an inspiration to us all. I hope that one day you will come to the US and teach some classes. That would be awesome. I hope that we will be able to see all of the Dalphine's Glove works on line for those that can not cross the ocean.

Conniecrafter said...

Love the glimpse and the pretty touches of color in there too :) I did a post awhile back that was inspired by your beautiful creations, you can find it here if you would like to take a look.
http://www.conniescraftycreations.blogspot.com/2015/08/vintage-heart.html

Say It In Color said...

Your work is devine! because of hoping to try my hand at it someday, I saved an old pair of men's off white natural 1920-30's trousers that I had forgotten in a bag of antique doileys.....the linen is wonderful, thinking of cutting them up eventually....bad or good idea?