.The Nestlings of Blue Wrens was embroidered by Shirley who supplied this photo of her completed work. Shirley had some questions on the nest and contacted me.We talked about the construction and the elements involved.
A very nice interpretation of my design.Well Done.
Contact me if you need some help with your embroidery
The design of the blanket was inspired by Shaun the Sheep. It was made for friends who live in the rolling plains of New Zealand. In the background we designed simple hills and a few trees, then snow capped mountains.
A fortnight sea voyage, what a dream! A cruise leaving Sydney Australia, meandering along the beautiful Eastern Coast of Australia and then heading on to Singapore. Six of those fourteen days are dedicated to stitching and embroidery.
On the 9th April 2016, it’s the Western Port Craft Fest and I have been invited to be one of the speakers. My appearance will be at 1.00 pm at Hastings Uniting Church Hall. Their very attractive website details all the events, attractions and exhibitors.
The Fest is a celebration and exhibition of the best craft work in the Western Port Area and on the Mornington, Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. I am delighted to have been invited to present a talk on my passion for embroidery and share my experiences of teaching here, there and far-flung places.
For those of you who can make it, let’s meet up on the day.