Posts by Ruth Morgan

Winter Hedge by Sian Kibblewhite

by Ruth Morgan | January 31, 2019 | Posted in Lutradur

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 describes how she has achieved these impressive results – “The base fabric has been space dyed, then further embellished with a Lutradur moon and further layered with silk screened cow parsley images using xpandaprint 3D medium on medium weight Lutradur.  The Lutradur whilst heated has created a lacey effect and the xpandaprint a […]

‘Chapel’ by Shelia Dalgleish using Lutradur

by Ruth Morgan | November 10, 2017 | Posted in 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 pleased she has found time to send us a few images of some recent work. The first of which is featured above. Sheila was inspired to create this piece of work after attending a wedding in Edinburgh, where she discovered the Chapel of St Albert the Great, a beautiful new building with a striking structure.  After taking several photographs, Sheila decided to base her design on […]

Artwork using Black Lutradur by Heather Tilley

by Ruth Morgan | March 27, 2017 | Posted in Lutradur

We are delighted to feature three new pieces of work by textile artist, Heather Tilley. Heather has contributed images to our blog before, but this time she has used black Lutradur as her main fabric. The image above is entitled ‘Memories of Moscow’ and is of an Orthodox Church with reflections of the sunset on some of the windows and cupolas. The black Lutradur provides the perfect silhouette to give both contrast and a sense of atmosphere against the colourful sky, The picture below is one of Heather’s earlier attempts, featuring simple hand stitching on the buildings and based on one of her trips abroad. […]