This is a tale I found in a very old book dated around 1364. I discovered the volume holding up a back leg of an old sideboard in a deceased relatives house, in the old fishing port of Whitby. It was very tatty and…
I’ve been sent a wonderful collection of fabrics from Makower called Sail Away. Consisting of 9 different designs in different colour ways. There is also a double edged scenic border and a panel 24×44 containing 6…
2 weeks before Christmas I decided to write a Christmas story for my grandsons, who were staying from the 21st. Aged 6 and 4 I couldn’t find a story I thought they would like, a story that had a few more words a…
Not one to shirk at a challenge I thought a song title quilt would be an interesting one. Esp in the lead up to one of my fav times of year. So I accepted Sylvias call out to the bloggeratti. Excitement mounted as I…
Loving your freemotion work . So detailed! I so want to do more of that!
It’s practice, practice, practice. And you will be able to before you know it.
As always incredibly inventive and well executed. I live in a town which had the last battle of the civil war. We no longer have a spire on our church as that got destroyed in the battle, but still have a canon ball embedded in the wall!
Wow that’s amazing Teresa. Bet that church could tell some stories. Thanks
Wow! your FMQ drawing is amazing – love the interpretation. The Seagulls part was very clever.
Gulliver says thank you
I love the thought process going from one to the other. Brilliant interpretation
Great write up. Love both of these and great seeing the processes you use.
Thank you Ruth
Recently I helped Whitby Art Society deliver a day of activities as part of The Big Draw, an annual drawing event to encourage everyone to get creative. I did decorated pumpkins.
One of the other ladies…
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