For centuries women have used cloth as a tool of comfort and as an expression of beauty within their homes. Creating cloth for warmth, cloth for shelter, our female predecessors embellished these linens with hand stitch using laborious and time consuming techniques thereby enhancing the functional beauty of objects which enveloped and protected their families. Inspired by these women I hope my creations pay tribute to and recognise the devotion expressed in cloth by our female ancestors .

''the use of traditional often time consuming process alludes to the devotion of a mother''. c K. A. Ruane 2007

Sunday, April 8, 2012

titivations 3

Yes, there will be a number 4....tomorrow.....don't say you weren't warned. There was great excitement last night. Did you miss it? Well don't worry because I will share now. I created my first EVER newsletter! If I have you in my address book it will have popped into your inbox already. If I don't then you can read it here.. I am hoping it will become a monthly thing but don't hold your breath...nothing much exciting ever happens here, there may not be any news next month but I will do my best.
Now, it's Easter Sunday.....chocolate to eat and white silk to stitch (yes, i'll be careful).....have a great Easter!


Miss 376 said...

I am so glad I clicked on the link to the copy with pictures. What two adorable babies!

barbara l. hale said...

Beautiful work as always! Congratulations on the newsletter and enjoy your chocolate and stitching!

Coach Tina said...

So beauttiful! I was excited to read the newsletter-what a great day indeed!

Anonymous said...

Carefully avoiding the chocolate/fabric combination myself - happy Easter!

sharon young said...

Love this series of posts, great ideas for edges, they're so delicate.
Great job on the newsletter too :-)

Magpie's Mumblings said...

(happy sigh) - I do so love the edgings. So much more interesting than the abrupt end of normal edging.