Month: April 2009
Pretty cool stuff! Kinda William Morris-ish. This is a commission we got for Carolyn from a door manufacturer.
Angela Liguori writes:
Save the date for the Paper and Fabric Studio Sale!
Please join Angela Liguori and Jill Bent for a studio sale to celebrate the spring season.
We’re offering a new spring selection of beautiful paper goods, stationery, handbound notebooks, cotton ribbons from Italy, and lovely bags and pillows made from vintage fabrics.
Come and do some mother’s day shopping or just browse through some beautiful things with spring in mind. Bring a friend, too!
When: Sunday, May 3rd 1 to 6 pm
Where: At the home of Jill Bent
36 Shea Road, Cambridge MA 02140
Parking is free on Sundays
Accessible by the T on the Red Line, Davis Square Stop
Tomorrow: What happens when you ask Carolyn Gavin to do designs for glass doors?
Sarajo writes, “This piece will be auctioned off to benefit stoked LA, a group that works with at risk youth through action sports. I attached the invite info too in case you are interested.
Tomorrow: A wonderful event May 3rd in Cambridge, MA
Helen says, “It’s a book for those who haven’t embroidered before or crafty moms with young daughters. There are 12 fun projects, all the basic info and a bunch of cute patterns! The projects are easy and fun and I know that ’cause I made up and executed all of them for this book :)”
Tomorrow: Sarajo art auctioned off in LA May 2nd – 3rd
Jon just sent me these pieces that he completed for commissions for jobs. Great stuff.
On Monday: Helen’s New book: Embroidery for Little Miss Crafty: Projects and patterns to create and embellish
Hsinping sent us these new pieces she did for jobs. I just love her colors.
Tomorrow: New work from Jon Cannell.
“In celebration of EARTHDAY… TODAY, i have done this new design giving thanks to our beautiful earth. Let’s enjoy it + appreciate it!
Happy earth day everyone!
For more of Helen’s work, click here.
Tomorrow: Super-charming new work by Hsinping.
See more of Bonnie’s work here.
Tomorrow: How cool is this? Helen’s art for a Blue Q bottle.