Check out the stunning work produced by students attending the “Making Fabrics for Patchwork and Embroidery” course. Mandy’s cushion is exquisite.
It was a real treat to see my students work set out for viewing by the customers of the shop. Here are some of the fine work produced from the “Printing fabrics for patchwork and embroidery monthly course. The course covered mono printing, stenciling, stamping, dying using Procion MX dyes, marbling, transfer printing and many other techniques. I was so proud of all of their hard work and everyone who came had only the best words to say about the work.
Day Three at the Fashion and Embroidery Show Birmingham and I’m getting ready for the show to open when guess who stopped by for a quick demo.
I looked up and Stuart from the first series of The Great British Sewing Bee was in front of me.
We had a quick chat and he came on to my stand for a quick photo before he was off back to his stand.
Thanks Stuart for stopping by, it was good to meet.
PFirst and second day over and very successful. Carolyn and I have this whole setting up the stand down to a fine art. She gives me a time allowance to get it done and we go for it before she’s bored and looking at me in only that way a best friend can tell you your flaffing around.