Its been a hectic few weeks but now things have calmed down and the Haberdashery has closed it’s now time to focus on my work.
I’m about to sit down and plan workshops in the Sewing Studio for next year. I’m also heading out around the country and dates will be announced very soon. I’m really excited and honoured to be attending big events …….watch this space
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Now talking about the Sewing Studio. Since the haberdashery closed its doors the Sewing Studio to me moved around and revamped to fit in everything needed for the workshops.
Luckily I’ve had the A Team to help me. Friends and family have helped me paint, move furniture, hang quilts and organising stock and spaces. Now the Sewing Studio is ready for its new chapter…..
In the middle of all the upheaval I took part in an interview/podcast with Stitchery Stories.
Stitchery Stories is owned by a lady called Susan who is passionate about textile arts. Each week she invites a textile artist to join her in an interview to share their experiences.
You can find my interview here http://www.stitcherystories.com/amijames/
It’s not long now to my last art exhibition of the year.
This time I’m not far away from where I live. It’s the Winter Open Studios at Bank Mills Studio in Derby https://www.banksmill.co.uk/
So I’ve been busy making things small items to go alongside my art quilts……brooch’s, notebooks and Christmas decorations….
So that’s it for now. Lots more planning and exciting news to come.
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