A ragtag mix of mostly arts and crafts, sewing, yoga, travels, food and figuring out how to live life to its fullest as a retired teacher!
I'm a dabbler too! Admittedly, I spend a long time with the medium I'm interested in BUT when I look around my minute work space, I realise that I could have gone much further with, for example, felting. And that I've spent a lot on materials which look at me reproachfully from the corner.So - not just felting but patchwork, papier mâché, journalling with Mary Ann, knitting, sewing, drawing and painting. I did metalwork (silver) in my father's class at a London art school, as well as life drawing. Now I look back on a life where my fingers were never still, always needing to MAKE. In fact, I am convinced that taking up my knitting needles marked the end of severe post-natal depression for me.You have inspired me with your beautiful thoughtful pages to get out my journalling stuff and start Mary Ann's latest class.
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