Day 89 of #the100dayproject sees the appearance of my whale design again, this time it emerges on childrens’ clothes, and my son makes a good little model
Day 84 of #the100dayproject finally sees the screenprint of the first layer for my ‘whale of a time’ tote bags and I’m pleasantly surprised with the result
Day 82 of #the100dayproject definitely sums up my creative week, with lots of thoughts in progress as well as some prints in progress.
Day 12 of #the100dayproject allowed me to finish some overdue projects today, and included two of my favourite things – sewing and printing!
Ok, so I know it’s Monday but it’s been a busy weekend and with the continual battle with my diabetes I needed a day off yesterday so here’s a delayed Sunday Showcase. It’s a busy time for me at the moment getting stock ready for a new shop opening in Harrogate in June so I’ve… Read more »
With my operation and lack of time with the big move back to Yorkshire I haven’t done a Sunday showcase in a while, so there is plenty to choose from. However, as it’s a month today until Christmas I thought I’d choose a few of my Christmas inspired prints as I prepare for 4 more… Read more »
After a creative day with a friend last week and having made some new gocco screens I’ve had a good week and seem to have found my creative mojo again so there will be lots of new clothes and design listed in my etsy and luulla shops over the next few weeks (if they don’t… Read more »
When I did my gocco workshop a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to meet Charlotte Vallance, an illustrator I have been chatting with on twitter following the Sketchbook Project. This week, I have chosen to showcase Charlotte’s work for many reasons but here are my top 3: The detail in her Gocco printing… Read more »
I’m always up for trying new creative things, but over the last year or so that’s not been so easy with moving flat, my operation and recovery and lack of money… However, I was very excited when my friend Jess sent me a link for a Gocco workshop by Printed Wonders on Etsy which wasn’t too… Read more »