First colour sequence finished

I’ve decided to count these rows slightly differently. I have no idea if this will work – it will be too late to change by the time it is finished. Here’s the first colour repeat.   I think the colours will become more apparent in the next post. I’m also wondering if I dare take…

Blogging from A-Z April Challenge – G is for

Grids I find grids very useful. Squared paper is easy to obtain, but better still – the grid you draw. Measuring isn’t obligatory – and I often start by drawing a rough grid by ‘eye’ in my journal. Are you a quilter? Quite an interesting way of developing your own personal quilting pattern is to…

Blogging from A-Z April Challenge – D is for..

Dyeing! I love colour. It’s been my pleasure to work with it for over 30 years. I’ve been producing a range of hand threads, fibres and fabrics since I was first introduced to the process in the late 1980s. Over the years I have developed a number of techinques to produce many mixed colours. The…

Blogging from A-Z April Challenge – C is for..

Collage I enjoy working with paper. It began as a design tool for textiles – but after discovering that it was also a useful base for stitch it has more and more become an integrated part of my work. Paper is so readily available! It doesn’t need to be expensive. The cover of this book…

Interlude 

No scheduled letters for today. Sunday is a rest day. Here’s a quick glimpse of one of my journals. I’ll be sharing more later this month.    

Jumping in with two feet!

It’s easy to jump in! Especially on the internet! I enjoy blogging – generally – and have a presence in several places on the Web. Over the years I’ve blogged daily- monthly – weekly – and just when the fancy ‘took’ me.  I’ve followed themes, used the WordPress photo prompts, and sometimes just gone with…