For the past 3 years, I've been immersed in doing my Bachelor of Applied Media Arts (Visual Media) degree, which seriously impacted on my creative time - especially as most of it was not related to fibre arts. However, this is all over now, and I hope to graduate in a month's time.
Fortunately, I have reconnected with my fibre art roots over the past few months and I'm longing to get back into creating mode. Here's a taste of what you can expect to see in the coming months:
Inktense Watercolour pencils - suitable for fabric. Just add water, and these pencils turn into paints. The colours are permanent, and I'm jst itching to find ways to use these.
Dijanne Cevaal's Mirrabelle dolls that I am embroidering and playing with adding beads to. For anyone proficient in beading, don't look too closely - I've never beaded before and have only a random selection, so this is very experimental. I'll post some more photos of Mirrabelle as I progress.
Of course, I'm always knitting in the background, so you may see some of that too.