|May is a busy month - I shall also have a stall at the Vintage in the Town Fair in Blandford Forum on May 5th.|
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Thursday, 2 March 2017
I have created a small collection of Spring Flower Fairies, which are available to buy from my on-line shop.
There is Crocus in a classic seasonal yellow...
Lots of pretty vintage millinery flowers adorn her gown.
Muscari welcomes the blue skies of Spring
with her blue bird friend always close-by.
Forget-me-Not is pretty in pink...
Violet in her dreamy colour palette of purple and mint green
brings the collection complete.
I hope that you will enjoy taking a look when you have a moment.
Finally, a date for the diary - I shall have my usual pitch at the upcoming South Molton Flea Market on Sunday March 12th.
Thursday, 23 February 2017
One of my latest projects was to create a slip cover for an old Lloyd Loom style basket chair.
I used a selection of cheerful and hard-wearing vintage floral linen and barkcloth fabrics.
Made to measure it simply slips over the chair for an instant update.
It will be coming with me to one of my upcoming fairs...
along with my ever increasing cushion collection...
A pretty colour palette of pink, turquoise and purple is the theme for this cushion. Made from vintage florals and a piece of hand embroidery.
The reverse - Sanderson
The centre panel for this cushion is a wonderful vintage needlepoint featuring a floral rose garland. Combined with a selection of floral textiles including Sanderson, Liberty and Scheurer.
A cushion for spring, with hand embroidered circlet as it's centrepiece.
A warm wool of lemon yellow for the reverse.
The final cushion for today, is a pale blue and purple patchwork, featuring a lovely hand embroidered piece with heavily stitched blooms.
Country girl Maisie is a rag doll I completed last week.
She is sold.
Thursday, 2 February 2017
I'm still creating cushions ready for the fairs this summer...
A pretty rose inspired one with hand embroidered panels...
A sweet repurposed vintage hand embroidered bird panel is the main feature to this blue patchwork one.
And a fabulous hand embroidered piece makes up almost the entire front to this beautiful floral cushion.
Vintage barkcloth for the reverse
A smaller scale cushion created from a vintage antimacassar.
Another antimacassar cushion with woolwork embroidery
Sanderson for the reverse
And finally a large 24" cushion with repurposed vintage tapestry of a cottage and garden
More vintage Sanderson for the reverse.