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Friday, 19 March 2010

Spring Trees




Hello,
I have a few more tree fabric brooches to share with you.
The yellow tree I made for my Mum for Mothers day and the pink blossom one to add to etsy.
I found a lovely vintage fabric for the blossom.


Last week I was contacted by the organizer of a Mediaeval fair, which will celebrate the 800th birthday of Holy Trinity Church ( Shakespeare's church) in Stratford Upon Avon, details you will find here http://www.stratford-upon-avon.org/2010.html .
I have been asked to demonstrate felting and to sell my embroidery brooches, smaller pictures and cards.

It's not until June 12th, so I will let you know more about it nearer the time.
The event is free and should be a wonderful day out.
Hope you enjoy the weekend.x









18 comments:

Kaye Turner said...

Those are so pretty - lucky mum! Congratulations on the medieval fair invitation. I'm sure that will be a very pleasant event.

Angela Recada said...

They are lovely!

Tammie Lee said...

each piece you make is charming and a delight. Congrats on the festival~

Mermaid's Purse said...

Lovely colour combinations in the brooches and congratulations on the fair invitation!

konnykards .. Musings of a Senior Citizen said...

My first browse of the day - a delight! The brooches are beautiful.
I've had a lovely time 'catching up' on your recent work. I love it all and wish I could come to the fair! Connie.

Heloise said...

Congratulations on the fair invitation. Love these brooches with fabric.
Happy weekend. Seems as it will be rather grey compared to recent days.

La Dolce Vita said...

hi there! thanks for tuning in to my blog! sorry it took me while to visit, very busy at the moment! love your place and will return once I get a minute!

JP said...

well done on being invited - now you woill be busy busy busy!

karen said...

good luck with the fair. i am loving the addition of fabric to your brooches, they really are gorgeous.

The WestCountryBuddha said...

I love the fabric additions to your brooches. These two are especially beautiful!

sewcraftyfox said...

The pink tree on the teal background is divine - you're so clever!!! Have fun at the fair, Jen x

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Lovely work again, especially love the top one

Marie Claude said...

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Dee / Cloth Company said...

another two beautiful brooches!! enjoy prepping for the fair.

cardinal arts said...

that pink thread is such a lovely, soft colour! congrats on the festival invite

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Good Day, All your floral trees are sooooo very pretty and creative. Your stitching is awesome. I truly love your Cornish Landscape. Magical. hugs Judy

Amelia said...

your work is stunning! It makes me want to do lots of teeny stitches :)

Amelia.x

Fioleta said...

I love the inclusion of fabric into your work.

And glad to have an excuse to go to Stratford Upon Avon