You can now buy gifts by Little Hungarian Hearts at Gem of England in Burley, Hampshire. Indigo napkins, table runners and hearts are available to buy for Christmas and Birthday gifts, or just something for you. Gem of England is a beautiful shop set in the middle of...read more
“We left in pretty good time, and came after nightfall to Klausenburgh. Here I stopped for the night at the Hotel Royale. I had for dinner, or rather supper, a chicken done up some way with red pepper, which was very good but thirsty. (Mem. get recipe for Mina.) I...read more
What an exhilarating weekend at Hampton Court! My first major exhibition is now over and after months of preparation, advertising and social media, it has turned out to be a great success. I teamed up with my friend, Fee from FeeLanzinoDesign who, among other...read more
The rich tapestry of life isn’t just in the arts and crafts of the English or Scottish countryside, but across Europe and in the stunning collections of skilled and accomplished artisans of Hungry and Transylvania. We import the beautiful cushions, napkins, table...read more
Join us at The Handmade Fair - 15th - 16th September 2017 From 15th-17th September the UK's best loved creative day out, The Handmade Fair, will be returning to The Green at Hampton Court Palace! Get ready for a wonderful weekend of inspiration, hands-on workshops and...read more
Dyed fabrics have been part of civilization for thousands of years. Indigo or blue print arrived in Europe from India and the Far East and became very fashionable in the French courts in the 17th century in the form of textiles and clothes. Initially, a number of...read more
If you are celebrating Valentine's Day or Galentine's Day, check out some of my current favourite images of embroidered hearts. If you are exchanging gifts, embroidered hearts have so much more meaning that chocolates or flowers - and they have a lot less calories! I...read more
I'm very proud to be part of this wonderful article in Sew Magazine on the correlation between Mindfulness and Sewing. The mental health charity, Mind, also recognises the link between crafting and good mental health. Mind has created Crafternoon Sessions as a way of...read more
The next stop along my travels through Hungarian embroidery is Matyó (ma-tjo). Matyó or Matyóság is the collective term for the area that supports the arts dedicated to Matyó culture. Located in northeastern Hungary, Matyó compromises the three main villages of...read more
Kalocsa As with most Hungarian embroidery, the Kalocsa patterns became very popular in the mid-19th century with the rise of nationalism in Hungary. Originally, Kalacsa used white embroidery on white cotton as coloured thread was expensive and only became mainstream...read more
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Selvedge Magazine, 30th August 2017
Cross Stitch Magazine Issue 271
S Magazine, Sunday Express
4 December 2016
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