These little fish were first drawn on to paper, then coloured with transfer paint, before being ironed on to the Zeelon Heavy and cut out. (The fins and water were made from scraps of Zeelon Light)
This work was inspired by a trip abroad. The buildings are made of Lutradur 70gms Black and have been hand stitched.
Based on the Chapel of St Albert the Great in Edinburgh, this contemporary work has been made from Lutradur, which has been cut back and embellished with tiny beads and silver paint.
This little posy is made from Evolon which has been coloured using red transfer paint. The petals were individually cut, then pinched and stitched together at the base to form each flower.
This photograph shows the intensity and iridescent quality of colour that can be achieved by using transfer paints on Zeelon.
These flowers were made from transfer painted Evolon, using two sizes of fluted pastry cutters as templates. They were easy to make and create a very colourful display.