Monday, 23 May 2016

+ DREAMING OF JAPAN +






Returned home from Japan last month (images to follow soon-ish) Had the most fantastic time there, and have been busy in the wee sewing factory ever since. Here's a selection of blues I've been working on.

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

+ giant flowers in progress +





New giant flowers in progress; these ones are made from a recycled kimono, old second hand nightgowns and dish washing cloths.

Thursday, 3 March 2016

+ new giant flower in progress +





























New giant flower in progress; this one (so far) is made from a recycled kimono and dish washing cloths.
 

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Monday, 29 February 2016

+ RED URN featured in POLITIKEN +


























My hand sewn patchwork urn is mentioned in today's Politiken in the Spis & Bo section, selected by my friend Charlotte Jul from items.nu

+ thank you +

Thursday, 25 February 2016

+ POP UP SHOP THIS WEEKEND +


























As mentioned earlier, the lovely ladies from (G)uld has invited me to sell a selection of my brooches at their pop up shop Friday 26. (12 - 20) + Saturday 27. (10 - 15) at Teglgårdsstræde 7a + 7b. 


The brooches shown here are made from silk dyed with plants by (G)uld.
Do drop by : )
+THANK YOU +

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

+ POP UP SHOP THIS WEEKEND +


























The lovely ladies from (G)uld has invited me to sell a selection of my brooches at their pop up shop Friday 26. (12 - 20) + Saturday 27. (10 - 15) at Teglgårdsstræde 7a + 7b. 

Image by (G)uld.

Do drop by : )

+THANK YOU +

+ KLITGÅRDEN REFUGIUM +




































Earlier this month I spent a fantastic week as artist in residency at Klitgården Refugium in Skagen in the North of Denmark right by the sea. I brought with me a small stack of new materials, cheap dishwashing clothes, sticky-back plastic etc and made a giant fuschia and a coat.

The first image is the main building, the second image is the view from my bathroom an early Saturday morning- 

+ THANK YOU +