I am finishing up some previous work in progress. I added seam binding instead of a chain to the little pocket necklaces I worked on few weeks ago. Then I’ve been playing with paint, paper, stamps and my sewing machine. These came out of that labor.
Exciting news! The summer issue of Sew Somerset is going to have some of my work in. In particular the fabric rings I’ve been making for the last year or so. Sew Somerset is one of my favorite magazines and to be part of it is really an honor. Like many publications by Stampington, Sew… Read More Fabric Rings
I grew up in Skopje, Macedonia on the fourth floor of an apartment tower. From the balcony you could see a big field where wheat was planted. In May/June the field will be covered in poppies. Beautiful red poppies, a million of them. When it was windy the poppies will dance in waves, back and… Read More Poppies
Several Christmases ago I received a teabox from my mom. It wasn’t fancy, it was a plain wooden box, and once it was empty it looked useful for storing small stuff. So I kept it. I used to store beads, trinkets, rocks and whatever odd was laying around and had no home of its own.… Read More Empty teabox gets a new life
Some work in progress, my work table has about 10 of these with different images and in different stages of completion. If you are wondering what they are, they will eventually be necklaces. They are about 2″x2″. What are they made off? Here is a list of materials: shrinky dink paper, stamps, ink, coloring pencils,… Read More Work in progress…
It helps to have an artist spouse. My husband is a photographer and I sometime borrow photos he took and stitch on them. This time I added wings to the model. “If you were born without wings, do nothing to prevent them from growing’ Coco Chanel Photography: David Miller Model: Glass Olive Stitching/emboridery: me
I inherited several yards of interesting fabric and decided to play with it. I cut out small flower shapes and stitched them on paper. ‘Just living is not enough…one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.’ Hans Christian Anderson (fabric and yarn stitched on blank cards)