Something to celebrate? Something to make you smile? https://www.parisessex.com/ July 30 – World Embroidery Day by Elisabet Today, July 30, is World Embroidery Day. The initiative to dedicate a special day of the year to embroidery was taken in 2011
Sashiko Embroidery Zoom Session The Edinburgh Sewcial Club Deadline: 04 August 2020 at 18:00 An online sewing session to learn about the history and techniques of Sashiko Embroidery. Tuesday 4th August – 7pm – 8.30pm, £7.50 Learn about the Japanese
Here is some news from the Dovecot – another tapestry related post – is there a theme going on here??? Only three days left! We have just three days left to raise funds to help us stage the first
Hello – glad the sun is shining again, here on the East Coast….. beautiful day for sitting outside, but too windy to work – you might be interested in having a look at these small tapestries……. Renditions 2020: Unjuried
A few more things that you might find of interest – the tree images are stunning, and Stuart Cairns makes the most interesting items. Prism Textiles is a virtual exhibition. Not unlike one we might be resorting to at Peebles.
I hope everyone is keeping well and safe – not too bored and frustrated. If you have any images of things you have been working on, do send them and I will put them on the blog. Moa Israelsson.
Director’s Introduction Untitled [Spring], 1998, Acrylic on paper, 27.6 x 37.7 cm, BGT3321 © Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust Welcome to the 10th edition of Abstract, the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust’s quarterly newsletter. I am very happy that we have still been able to put together this
Announcing Artists for Hospitalfield Free Drawing School Online – Mondays at 10am HOSPITALFIELD Free Drawing School Online continues in June Join the Free Drawing School live online every Monday from 10am-12pm. A different drawing challenge is announced each
Here are some images from Molly Bullick which she did with the TextileArtists.org free weekly challenges. They did seven weeks with various Textile artists setting projects for the week and a Q&A. Each Friday. I think quite a few of
Time seems to be rushing away – it is now Monday, again. I hope you are all surviving, enjoying the sunshine and the rain which was much needed. I know, if you have a garden, that it is probably taking