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Field Oak.

 Machine embroidery.

in A4 mount, ready to frame.


 Autumn Tree Study..

 Machine embroidery over applique on a painted background. 

£20 inc pp.

Image size - 5" x 6".  Fabric size is larger but is on a fusible  stabiliser  so can be cut down to what ever you need without fear of fraying  Perfect to pop into a card or to mount and frame.

Autumn,  Poppleton.

Freehand machine embroidery on rust dyed  cotton.       This was part way down the cycle path from Poppleton to Rufforth  just outside York.

Image size - 50cm x 30cm.

This placed in a mount to photograph, but could be removed for posting.



Wharfedale Storm

Machine and hand stitch on pulled and painted muslin. This a pure experiment so is quite raw in nature. Is mounted on a larger piece of cotton  to stabilise it.  Would recommend framing behind glass.

in A4 mount, ready to frame

Moor Path

Machine embroidery.

in A4 mount, ready to frame.

Small Places

Machine embroidery over fabric collage.

in A4 mount, ready to frame.




Autumn Tree   
    image 33x33cm 

A  stitched and collaged tree with layers of stitched 'lace'.
These are  made by machining   onto water soluble fabric  which is  washed away to leave a web of stitches. These webs were worked into the surface of the tree to create raised textures. 

   on natural linen


         blog  4 Oct 2015

Above Fewston         

 Applique, machine stitching, dye.  Fewston is a village west of Harrogate, N Yorks , as the ground rises to the Yorkshire Dales.
    This piece focuses on the contrasts in that landscape, the heavy density of the conifer plantation and the bleak openness of the rough grazing. 


 blog   28Jun 2015
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