A Walk in the Forest by Karen Lane

We are delighted to showcase this beautiful piece designed and made by Karen Lane, Feltmaker and Textile Artist. The close-up photograph helps to show the exquisite attention to detail Karen has achieved on the ferns and tree trunks. In her own words, Karen describes...

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Forest Trees & Two Other Pieces by Sian Kibblewhite

We are delighted to share some more examples of work by Textile Artist, Sian Kibblewhite. Sian has been involved in textiles for over 30 years, both as a Middle School Teacher and also a Textile Artist in her own right. She specialises in mixed media landscapes...

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Tall Lutradur Vessel by Karen Lane

Karen Lane - Feltmaker and Textile Artist Karen was introduced to feltmaking and art quilts four years ago and both have become a real passion. Taking her inspiration from nature, she says her work is quite experimental and involves a lot of "what if . . . " Although...

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Gift Idea for Fathers’ Day – a Lutradur Kite!

Let's Go Fly a Kite! As Fathers' Day is just around the corner, this is one project for all the family, no matter what their age or ability. With elements of measuring, design and painting, everyone can contribute to the construction, not to mention mastering the best...

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Lutradur Landscapes by Sian Kibblewhite

We have previously showcased textile art by Sian Kibblewhite and are now delighted to bring you two more examples of her work. Sian has created these images with layers of Lutradur and machine embroidery to create beautiful atmospheric scenes. In her own words Sian...

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Cow Parsley by Sian Kibblewhite (using Lutradur)

Sian is an accomplished textile artist, who specialises in fabric landscapes and takes her inspiration from natural colours and textures. Last summer we featured two pieces of her work on our website, namely 'Misty Morning' and 'Hedgerow'. Here we showcase examples of...

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Mothers’ Day Cards using Lutradur

There's still time to make a lovely personalised card for your Mum . . . Lutradur is ideal for card making as it can be painted, stitched, dyed and also printed. Our cards have been decorated with heart shapes cut out of Lutradur 70 and Lutradur 100. Pink acrylic...

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Beach Bag stiffened with Lutradur XL

This gorgeous bag holds its shape beautifully because a layer of Lutradur XL has been sandwiched between the lining and outer fabric. Lutradur XL is the thickest and heaviest weight of Lutradur and is ideal for projects that require some extra support, such as curtain...

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‘Chapel’ by Shelia Dalgleish using Lutradur

  Several months ago (January 2016) we featured three landscape pictures by Sheila, which she had created using Lutradur. Sheila has a passion for all forms of textile work and is currently busy planning another exhibition for February next year. However, we are...

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A bit of fun for Halloween . . .

Myrtle is a friendly witch Who lives amongst the trees She likes to ride her broomstick But it plays havoc with her knees Sometimes she likes to stay at home (When her knees are very sore) By making, not spells and potions, But things from Lutradur! Lutradur is a...

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