Gallery « back to albumA feast for the eyes - City and Guilds (12-2018) Lynne has completed this fab little picture depicting the colour wheel on an umbrella, simple but so very effective!!Kay has been experimenting with metallic foils and stitching into leaves, this piece has a japanese feel to it which she has been researching for one of her hand embroidery textile artists.Kay has really blown us away with this piece, again worked from inspiration found in her research towards hand embroidery textile artists. Very poignant and contemporary!Mel has created this piece using the Gelli Plate. Strong and bold, a piece that makes you think!Sonia has made this amazing evening bag from a workshop we did creating shapes and then contouring the shape with kantha stitch. Beautifully worked and a real statement on a special evening.Celia has made a beautiful book cover/folder from the same workshop, glorious colours and a fantastic shape that she has created from our exercise on shape creation. It is so satisfying to bring design into a completed piece.Another folder made by celia from our Gelli Plate workshop. The one square looks like the sun dancing on sea in the Caribbean and the other looks like frozen water in the Antarctic. Creates a wonderful sense of movement and stillness at the same time.This picture doesn't really give justice to Kays evening bag, but again produced from the shape creation workshop and kantha stitch. Beautifully stitched and executed it would definitely grace any evening occasion!!Ann's piece below is a culmination of the Gelli plate workshop and the shape workshop, she has used skeleton leaves on a painted background with silk rods trapped under fine organza. Ann has machine stitched this piece and it looks sensational.