Yes, believe it or not I’ve finally capitulated and am ‘doing’ Facebook having resisted for years ! My Facebook account is called Raggedy Annie (funnily enough !) and I will get a link sorted from my website when I can. I have also restocked and updated my Folksy shop, there is a link on this website.
As I am still ‘laid up’ following my knee replacement I have had to cancel all the courses I had booked at the studio. Thankfully a few of my very talented friends kindly agreed to run the sessions I had arranged to run at the shop. Maxine ran the first one, teaching a group
That’s me ! And that’s why I haven’t posted for a couple of weeks – I have been in hospital having a total knee replacement. I wasn’t expecting it to be a walk in the park (if only I could !), but boy, has it been painful ! Anyway, I am now walking with two sticks
…… since I last posted my blog, but I have been away on holiday for the first time in many years – not counting the course I went on earlier this year. I have just had a wonderful time in St Ives, Cornwall, visiting galleries, spending time sketching, going to the Lost Gardens of Heligan
….. not the members of the Halifax Embroiderer’s Guild obviously ! This was the workshop I ran for them this weekend ! We had great fun creating some quite whacky and some fairly scary Crazy Creatures. We started by layering fabrics in a ‘free’ foundation piecing style, then added facial features and lots of
I ran a new course day at the shop last month, ‘Space Dyed Threads’. We hand-dyed a wide assortment of threads and fabrics using Procion dyes and got some fabulous results. However, amongst all the jars of dye, cat litter trays of shaded fabric, and plastic bags of wet threads I forgot to take