I completed the Snowdrop piece for the Shaftesbury Snowdrop Festival next week.
It looks ok framed up in a deep box.
You can't see the 3Dishness of it on a photo though.
I also decided to put in the first one I made and wasn't too sure about.
There will lots and lots of other ways of interpreting a snowdrop so my funny little pieces will be in good company!
I made a mixed media panel up with the latest kit from Workshop on the Web and it's been on display at Westpoint, Exeter at the Craft4Crafters show on Maggie Grey's stand.
I was there on Thursday with Maggie and Fiona and it was lovely to meet quite a few of the WoWies in person.
I actually didn't have time to buy much and there didn't seem to be much new which is probably a good thing!
This week I have been trying to make a few notebook covers and do some experiments with tyvek. Not sure that's going the way I want it to at the moment but I will keep trying. I did layer up the two UFO's I found ready for stitching.
I put these together not long after I finished the Stay at Home Robin in 2011. My tutor at the time, Laura Kemshall, brought out some of her printed fabrics not long after and so I added a couple of bits of those too. I liked the mishmash of the SAHR but didn't manage to go much further. Now could be their chance!
Another cardie for Olivia has been finished.
It's quite a joy having such small things to knit in the evenings! I really should revert to stitch at the moment though at the Art Weeks is not far off and I need more work to show!
Monday I will be off on a jolly with my friend artist Karren Burkett to drop off the snowdrops and then down to Swanage to enter the three Erosion pieces into an exhibition down there.
Off to watch the rugby now, have a great weekend!