Gill's "Stitch Jam" as it was when it left home on a long journey to London, then to Western Australia and Norfolk before hopefully. coming home to Gloucestershire again
Spiral rope lariat made for Gill's Mum, Edna during 2003
My first pair of socks, knitted using a ball of Opal yarn
A small quilt, "Celebrate" started at a workshop with David Walker, at Rolduc, Belgium and exhibited at the NFWI Millennium Exhibition, Tatton Park, 2000
Close up of "Celebrate"
Fuzzy picture of beads made for a City and guilds internet list swap
Envelope book made to contain C&G samples
Envelope book open, showing C&G samples inside
A "box book" containing C&G stitch samples
Flip book made to contain C&G notes
Open flip book showing C&G notes about three artists
Piano hinge book for C&G samples
Inside the Piano hinge book
The beginnings of a piece of work done using fabric painted at Rolduc, Belgium, in a workshop with Elizabeth Busch
The beginnings of work done using fabric painted at Rolduc, Belgium, in a workshop with Elizabeth Busch
Piles of fabric painted at Rolduc, Belgium, in a workshop with Elizabeth Busch
Dyepots for a City and Guilds internet list swap
ThreadEnds Internet postcard swap 2003
American Marketing Director Mary modelling the joint international co-operative project!
Detail of the excellent beadwork
closeup displaying the detail and fine handcrafting which incorporates both native American and rustic Cotswold influences
Knitted, dual purpose Bognor Bag, fully lined with hand dyed cotton, suitable for carrying light items, or nothing at all. As an alternative, spare toilet rolls could be stored within.