I made this black, neon and sparkly tapestry as a little surprise for a friend of mine – you can see her beautiful illustration work here . I spent quite some time choosing the palette and deciding on the final colours/yarns I’d use. I really enjoy thinking of people as a colour combination and creating a unique piece which I (hope) they’ll love!
I want to share photos of the two custom tapestries I made for Katrina in their new home. It fills me with happiness to see something I’ve made become part of someone’s home. I will be making more one of a kind tapestries for the shop and welcome more requests for custom tapestries.
I’ve just completed a new custom tapestry using only cream and teak – colours which are quite unusual for me to work with. I’m pleased with the way it turned out and will be sending it off to it’s new home soon.
I would love to hear from you if you are interested in having a custom piece woven to your colour choices, drop me an email.
I’ve just completed two small tapestry wall hangings and added them to the Shop.
I have so many new ideas for tapestry designs and will be sharing them as I go – I hope you like them!
The weather has been wonderful in Glasgow recently – very sunny and warm. It’s not exactly scarf weather but this won’t last forever! I just finished a collection of scarves I’ve been working on for a pop up gallery coming to Edinburgh this August organised by Saltmarket Design. This will be my first time showing at such an event, I’m looking forward to it and hope you like my new work!
I have been busy behind the scenes recently and not had time to update the blog. I’m weaving a collection of scarves which will be for sale in Edinburgh through the festival in August at a pop up shop and gallery organised by Saltmarket.
If you’re in Edinburgh during the festival I highly recommend popping along to the centrally located gallery at St Andrews Square – it’s sure to be a good show!