I'm interested in everything relating to textile art, but I particularly like embroidery and design.
Where did you learn your textile skills?
From books, take a classrooms, magazines, kits, with investigations on antique library, etc.. I love to discover and test new techniques and styles, also trying to create them.
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It is very difficult for me to separate the textile art of the painting and I try to link them, and I'm always trying to reach a goal. Sometimes I have to succeed and sometimes not. However, keep carefully each of my tests, which I served from experience and learning.
I also think that all life is learned.
have spent a good few minutes on your blog and now returned to look at your photos on SF.Love the faces of your dolls they are very pretty and the fox wow,some beautiful work. I noticed you are a menber of hand embroidery, I applied to join a week ago but have heard nothing, fingers crossed they accept me but there does not seem to be a way to chase up my membership
Thank you for the comment on my drawnwork sampler. It was much appreciated. You are a very talented embroiderer yourself. I have been watching your blackwork angel for a while, it is exquisite. Your other work is equally lovely.