Winter Hedge by Sian Kibblewhite

Sian has recently sent us these images of some of her most recent work, where she has used Lutradur for the uppermost layer. The close up picture above shows just how beautifully Sian has managed to capture frost glistening in the moonlight. In her own words, Sian...

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Book Covers by Vivienne Challans

Here's an idea to personalise your 2019 diary or protect a favourite book . . . They say you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, but these covers are so delightful, they can turn even an ordinary notebook into something rather special. Bright, cheerful, fun to make...

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Illuminated Christmas Trees

These lovely little Christmas trees  are easy, fun and inexpensive to make. They can be decorated with stick on gems, threaded beads, coloured wire, glitter glue, tinsel, etc. Materials required - Lutradur 70 Acrylic paints Battery operated tea lights (available from...

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Remembrance . . . Lest we forget

Our poppy has been made from transfer painted Zeelon Light which, despite its delicate appearance, is a very strong fabric. The background is a piece of Lutradur 70gsm which has also been coloured and then over printed several times with the phrase 'Lest we forget'. A...

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‘Abstraction’ by Karen Lane

                                  We are delighted to feature another piece of artwork by Karen Lane, a Feltmaker and Textile Artist based in the market town of Horncastle. This is...

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Lutradur Landscapes by Sian Kibblewhite

We are delighted to publish two more images of work by Sian Kibblewhite, who is a regular contributor to our website. Sian has been involved with textiles for many years and specialises in creating landscape pictures using various techniques and materials. These...

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Leaves by Karen Lane – Feltmaker & Textile Artist

Now that the trees are starting to display their lovely autumn colours, we are delighted to showcase these leaves, created by Karen Lane using Lutradur 100gsm. They are so exquisitely made, it is hard to believe they are not real! Karen says "I've become addicted to...

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‘Terra Incognita’ by Penny Burnfield

This very large and rather magnificent piece has been created by Penny Burnfield and is currently on display at the Midlands Art Centre (MAC) until 9th September 2018, as part of the 62 Group Exhibition 'Ctrl/Shift'. The title 'Terra Incognita' refers to unknown...

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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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