- I'm slowly withdrawing my art from Etsy (if you want something, buy now!)
- I will keep Etsy open only for crafty things and custom orders
- Now the places where you can buy some of my works are HERE and (bigger and more expensive) HERE
- Of course you're always welcome to contact me directly if you want something special or can't find what you're looking for 🙂
Wake up, Spring is coming! Are you ready?
I hope so, but when in need for additional impulse to feel the change of seasons here I bring you some inspiration 🙂
How about botanical textile art? At least "botanical" in feel. Here is my "Botanical blues in the kitchen garden".Bursting with floral energy this piece evolved from the same little teapot you know from my previous post (HERE). I described the making process in my newsletter (join us if you fancy HERE) so now I will show you what came next. One of my early viewers jokingly asked if she could get coffee with cherry tart instead of morning tea. Well, the seed was planted and "Botanical coffee in the garden" was born. Hope you like it, Jackie 🙂 But after coffee mug I wanted a tea cup. With herbal tea 🙂 So here it is - "Herbal tea in the garden", the last one (as for now) in this botanical series: And I'm pretty sure you now believe me that Spring is just around the corner 🙂 All three pieces are in similar sizes (approx. 17 x 20 in), mostly appliqued and embroidered (with no batting). And here they are together relaxing after photo session 🙂 They are for sale but only the blue one is available in my SHOP now, the rest will follow during the weekend. Of course there is also their printed version:
Now it's time for Spring cleaning and... fresh new projects!
I don't know about your kitchens but mine has its secret life. Especially late in the night. And here is a live proof:Who would guess that such a lovely teapot gift from dear friends will inspire me to make another kitchen's portrait - "Late night show in the kitchen"? With the teapot as a star accompanied by other kitchen utensils 🙂 With some necessary drama involved: The whole piece is 16 x 12 inches and it is mounted on foam board - easy to frame or hang or just to stand on the shelf. It is all about applique on wool - more details and the process of making will be shared with my newsletter subscribers (become one if you are not yet - HERE). While working on this piece I thought that it feels a bit weird to stitch an imagined interior with a teapot hanging in the air but then, on my Instagram walk I spotted this: This is Muzeum Kinematografii in Lodz beautifully photographed by Marzena Bomanowska. So I'm fine and all is well with the world, just look around to find a little teapot next to you 🙂