Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Textile Translations - Maggie Grey

Have any of you bought this book and tried the free online classes? Its definitely a must if you love to experiment with something new. I bought the book at the Knit & Stitch a week or so ago and have been busting to get all I needed together to have a play and join in the classes. This is my work which is as yet unfinished. I absolutely loved trying these techniques out. I was even more delighted to find what was left behind on my blotting paper which I used to dry out my vilene, the image is so colourful I will use this in another piece of work. TFL....








This for me was the bonus of the experiment.

8 comments:

joanne wardle said...

fantastic, really unique and beautiful in an unusual way. I love it

Mary said...

Wonderful stuff, Carrie. I have another of her books, its time to play and stop reading!! Thanks for showing!

Karva said...

fab Carrie your so talented. well done
karen
xx

alcoholinky said...

this looks fab Carrie. I've seen similar and thought it looked very effective

Audrey said...

it looks amazing Carrie

Hazel said...

Oooh, that's gorgeous- very textural. I have just read 'Paper, Metal Stitch' and 'From Image to Stitch', both by Maggie Grey and I am finding them really inspiring. I must go and look at the online classes, they sound brilliant!

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