For those of you who have a stash of scraps and would like to put them to use in a collage, Susan Carlson has some great ideas for you. She calls it a “no rules” approach to collage.
When I picked up this book, I felt I had found a kindred spirit in Shirley. I too, spent time in Japan looking down. The manhole covers in different countries provide a wealth of design potential.
I first discovered Laurel Burch in the 1970’s. At the time she was a local (San Francisco) jewellery designer with lovely images of birds and chubby cats. I still have several pieces of her work which I treasure. Many years after her jewellery became famous, she moved into
The Library Catalogue on the website has now been updated. A number of new book have gone into the library and are now available to borrow. The Library Co-ordinator and some willing volunteers have reorganised the library at Ivalda over Dec/Jan.
This book is about transforming traditional patterns and processes through improvisation with a flexible approach
Divine Wonkiness… Perhaps Perfection is Overrated. Sujata Shah is an inspired and inspiring designer. Born in Mumbai,
22 Fresh Patchwork Projects by Natalia Bonner and Kathleen Whiting..
This is a “how to” book about reducing your stash of fabrics – mainly black and white – and using the panels, borders