This is the final day of the Art Challenge. Today I am featuring three images sent to me by my customers – people who have bought my kits, stitched them up, and then displayed them beautifully in their own doll’s houses. I have a Customers’ Gallery section on my website, which features dozes and dozens of these images – it is one of the most popular sections of my website. I love looking at the images myself – I find it very inspirational, and I hope you will, too.
The final person that I am nominating to do the Five Day Art Challenge is Bea of Petite Properties, who makes the most amazing tiny scale houses and furniture (1/24th scale and smaller).
Today’s selection of three images for the Five Day Art Challenge features a selection of my miniature needlepoint kits in what I like to call their ‘family groups’. Over the years, I have become known for bringing out kits in co-ordinating groups, for people who like to create a matching look in their dollshouse.
There is a special page in my online shop, featuring these family group photos, with links to all the individual kits, so that if you like a particular range, you can easily find them all, throughout the shop. These are the most popular ones, although there are several dozen on the website:
Today, I am nominating Ann Bernard to showcase her flowers in surface embroidery as part of the Five Day Art Challenge.
Today’s selection of three images for the Art Challenge features the smallest scale that I work on…40 count silk gauze. These items are actually easier to stitch than they look. Working in a good light is the key!
Here are my favourite tiny scale kits from my range – all are available from my website.
Today, I nominate Salley Mavor, of Wee Folk Studio, to do the Five Day Art Challenge – her little felted scenes and figures are so sweet!
As part of the Five Day Art Challenge, here are three photos of my work as today’s contribution.
Over the years I have been running my business, I have ended up specialising, to some extent. I love creating doll’s house scale versions of William Morris designs, in particular – carpets, wallhangings, and so on, for people to stitch in needlepoint from kits, as I think that the designs of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement are just wonderful. Here are three examples of my stitching, which are all available as kits from my website:
Today, I nominate Paulette of Beedeebabee to do the Five Day Art Challenge, and showcase her wonderful felted items.