Tuesday, 8 July 2014

+ C R A F T S F A I R +

My holiday is a matter of hours away;
I'll be back in August just in time for the Crafts Fair

  + have a nice summer +

+ even more critter factory sneak preview +

these little guys are getting ready to go to marked

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

+ red patchwork pot +

Untitled (red)
June 2014

Height 37.5cm, diameter 26cm

Hand sewn patchwork pot made from 2nd hand cycling top, cardboard + sewing thread.

+ pink and red patchwork pot +

Untitled (pink and red)
June 2014

Height 34cm, diameter 36cm

Hand sewn patchwork pot made from 2nd hand embroidered table cloth,
cardboard + sewing thread.

Friday, 20 June 2014

+ sneak preview of the critter factory re-opening +

It's been a while sine I made the last critter, but here's a bunch of new flat rabbits ready for stuffing. These are for the Craftsfair in August; more info to follow soon.

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

+ faded blue patchwork pot +

Untitled (faded blue)
June 2014

Height 51cm, diameter 33cm

Hand-sewn patchwork pot made from discarded cotton fabric,
cardboard + sewing thread.

The pot was made using remnants from  oh so many rainy days. Instead of embroidering year and initials on the bottom, the pots will now have my new label sewn to the side. As there was not quite enough suitable fabric left, I had to sacrifice the bottom part of the second version of oh so many rainy days; what's left of it can be seen in the second last photo (90cm x 120cm)

Friday, 6 June 2014

+ A B A S K E T A N D A H A L F +

Skitse (sketch) 
June 2014

57cm x 46cm x 4 cm

photocopy, paper + tape

Kurv (basket) 
June 2104

Height 8cm, diameter 27cm

paper + sewing thread

I've been invited by Butik for Borddækning to make a bread basket for their upcoming show  Brødkurve (Bread baskets) opening Friday 13th of June. The brief said 'function related',  which I took the liberty to interpret quite loosely. The two objects are based on photographs from a 1950's DIY wicker book found in a charity shop (two last images are from the book) I really enjoy the instructional drawings + the lovely shadow cast by the baskets. The hands in Skitse are printed so they are life size. Both objects are hand cut.