Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Showcase

This week I have mostly been showing my work off in Clerkenwell.

So far so good, not only have I been exhibiting and selling but also sewing so whenever I get the "so do you draw these and sew over?" rather than "no" I just go the machine and show them what I do.

The space will have my work till Sunday, although Saturday morning Frozen singalong might have to come first with Toby so Mr Tina will be there instead.






For the first time I'm selling the original embroideries, or shown them and unique dolls some of which already have new homes so if you are keen don't hang around.

Tobyboo at the Showcase Gallery
Craft Central
33 St Johns Square
London EC1
till Sunday 22nd March
11am - closing hours vary

Monday, 9 March 2015

De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill

So this is the second week of visiting a new place I seem to be making a habit of it. This week we went to the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea for the Ladybird by Design exhibition; showing the original artwork from some of the Ladybird books it's just beautiful! Fantastic - I won't say more just go! I will say if you don't want to spend money avoid the shop and cafe - the food was lovely and I managed to spend heaps in the shop (it's a really good shop).





Saturday, 7 March 2015

Back on Track

I was commissioned a while a go by a lovely lady called Kerry who was opening her own holistic remedy business. It was yet another job I really enjoyed and here be the results.



well done and good luck Kerry - to get in touch for details see here Back on Track health

Sunday, 1 March 2015

The Fan Museum, Greenwich

It was our 15th wedding anniversary this week and our incredibly and lovely kind friends took Toby for the night and we went - not exactly far - but to Greenwich! There's something about spending the night somewhere your used to and I thought I knew the place.

On an afternoon tea hunt we found The Fan Museum, never been but knew of it. Not only was afternoon tea fantastic (no pun) and such a good deal but the museum itself was a stunning hidden gem.