Catching up – closing out 2021.

I am very aware that since I started the ‘even more busy’ stage – otherwise known as the Third and final year – of the RSN Future Tutors Course, I have not managed to keep this blog up to date. The workload has been intense and sometimes overwhelming, and I have really appreciated the Christmas… Continue reading Catching up – closing out 2021.

Jenny Wren is finished!

What a wonderful project this has been. Jenny Adin-Christie prepares the most beautiful kits for her pieces, and they are an absolute pleasure to stitch. Finishing the Mossy Hillock. The stitching on the mossy hillock uses a wide variety of interesting threads in variegated cottons, silks, and pearl cottons. It is also liberally sprinkled with… Continue reading Jenny Wren is finished!

Jenny Wren has a body

Work has continued on my Jenny Wren by Jenny Adin-Christie. After stitching two wings, that I hope are reasonably matched, I moved into working the needle lace that covers Jenny Wrens back. I have also stitched and applied her Tail Feather. I have decided that I really like working the piece of Needlelace, and trying… Continue reading Jenny Wren has a body

Jenny Wren is underway

My next stitching adventure is now underway as I have started stitching Jenny Adin-Christies gorgeous stumpwork Wren. This cute little bird is actually a very practical needlework  Etui, with its beak cleverly hiding a thread cutter, the wings covering needle pages, storage space for a thimble on its back, and in the Mossy Hillock that… Continue reading Jenny Wren is underway

Byopia Press

ARTIST'S BOOKS/ALTERED BOOKS

Backstrap Weaving

My weaving , my inspiration, tutorials and more........

Tudor Embroidery

An investigation of the art of the anonymous 16th century embroiderer

Work of the Hand

by Henry Hebert

Peachey Conservation

Book Conservation Services

Ann's Orchard

Ideas & Inspiration for Needlework, Knitting & Crochet

opus mariss

Embroidering through Time and Space

Tortoise Loft - the blog

Sue Jones, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

DAS Bookbinding

The traditional craft of bookbinding

summerholiday111

stitching, creative textiles, inspiration

opusanglicanum

one Englishwoman's work

textile dreams - fibery wake up

all about fun and frustrations with everything fibery

from Hell to Breakfast

bustin' a 5-year-old crafts hoard, one bloody button at a time

What's New on Mabel's Fancies

Slowly threading things together through stitch