I’m really sorry to have missed so many weeks posting, but life has been so busy there’s been no time to do ANYTHING except work on the pieces for the upcoming show. This exhibition, which will consist all of pieces inspired by embryology and genetics, is going to take place at an embryological conference in Edinburgh at the end of the month, and as it’s a “one-woman show”, I have to produce enough things to make up a reasonably large exhibition. And believe me, it hasn’t been easy! My saintly husband has been looking after all the household matters while I work all day and nearly all night tearing my hair out at the computer and the machine. So far I’ve got 19 pieces digitised, and am in the middle of stitching them out
But I’m well overdue for August’s freebie, so I’d better do something about that. This is a decorative piece I did a long time ago for no particular reason, and I’d be pleased to see it used. The original version was for the 6 x 10 inch hoop, but I know that not everyone has one of those, so I’ve shrunk and simplified this for the 5x7 inch hoop. However I think the quality is better in the larger size, so If you’d prefer the large version let me know, although I might not get round to answering you until after the end of the month!
A small bird on a small branch