Hayley, West Sussex, England with characters we all know so well!
The first Sewing Circle takes place on the 13th January 2010. Its members are united by the act of sewing where ever in the world they may be.
If we are successful there will be more sewing themes and dates.
If it goes very well there will be an exhibition. And perhaps a book.
Saturday, 23 January 2010
Monday, 18 January 2010
Sunday, 17 January 2010
Paul from Bournemouth has been very busy.
You can see him at work
Here's some late post I recieved before the 13th but didn't have a chance to post it up here.
And Christmas greetings from Anita, Berlin, Germany.
The artist is Bernard Ambielle and it's called Celebratory Colours.
With some Random Words from her Idea Box.
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Wednesday, 6 January 2010
Here is the last pack which should be arriving on
your doorsteps very soon. It includes: a letter and
some ideas to get started if you haven't already!
There is also a list of details I need from you when
you submit (by the 30th Jan). You can use the form
or make your own - be as creative as you like.
This will be my final letter. So a big thank you to
everyone who wrote back.
I can't wait to see what will be created!
Friday, 1 January 2010
I've Been Thinking Of You
Here should be everything that you need to know about
participating and submitting for the Sewing Circle.
You can send me artists you like, images that inspire
you, sketch book pages etc... i'll put it up on the blog as it
might help inspire someone else.
To become a confirmed member of the Sewing Circle
send me a quick email with your name and
town and country.
And you may use machine or hand embroidery.