Good Morning Folks Donna-Marie here to share a new technique with you that combines both paper and fiber art. ...Toilet Paper Art . I know I promised a video but here in the northeast we are in our 6th day of a heat wave...ugh!!! I live in New England for a reason...I would rather be cold than hot. Anyway my craft room is our sunroom with all windows...a beautiful place to create indeed until the heat and humidity rear their ugly heads. I could only last a short time in my room so pictures…
Slow Stitching is a new term for an age-old practice of quiet gentle making, mending, repair and stitching. Here’s what slow stitching is and how to do it, as well as what you can make from all your beautiful stitched pieces.
Have you ever felt like your embroidery needed a little something extra? There are SO many fun ways that you can pair hand embroidery with other media. One very simple way to begin is by using regular Crayola crayons to add a pop of color to your design. Read on to get tips for coloring your embroid
In your journey to becoming a textile artist, the most important thing you can learn is to trust your artistic instinct. Have belief in the inherent quality of your work, and celebrate where you are now. Recognising where you fit in the Four Stages of Textile Art Mastery can help you on your way. When