On Thursday Neil and I went to the Mall Galleries London to see the Prism exhibition. As usual there was some stunning work. I did take some photos, but no paper and pen to make notes and record who had done which piece of work. Very remiss of me. I did try to buy a pen but they didn't sell them and didn't offer to lend me one. Anyway I will share a few of the pictures with you.
One day I'm going to have a go at making felted pebbles. These ones are very textural which doesn't come across in the picture but I thought they would act as my inspiration for when I have the time. The pebbles are the work of Davida Macdonald and the picture in the programme is far better than mine.
The next two pictures really don't do this piece of work justice. The colours were much brighter and the work is very detailed. The other thing you don't get is an idea of the size of this piece. It's by Heather Hunter
and my guess is that she had a sore neck and shoulders whilst working on it.
This work is by Julieanne Long and I really liked the way she has used the cable clips.
Of course I'm sure you all know whos work this is..... Gina Ferrari. A lovely piece of work made using lace and snippets of printed text.
This is my 150th post, so carrying on with blogger tradition it's time for a giveaway. So I made a small bag/large pencil case, we call them a carry-it-all. When we go some where and can take hand sewing with us it usually all fits in one of these.
Of course no giveaway would be complete without chocolate. To enter the giveaway all you have to do is leave me a message by Tuesday morning and your name will go into a draw. Good luck.
Remember my red square from Gina's challenge? Next week we've got our monthly meeting of Spectrum and this square is supposed to be mounted but it's not. To make things worse I should also have an orange square to take to next weeks meeting mmm.........
I'm now going to start mounting the square and hopefully this will be finished today.