My story explores how the designers incorporated religious iconography into their gorgeous collection, partly via the gold mosaic cathedral ceiling at Monreale, partly via colour and silhouette.
|Wearing Vatican red|
|A sneak peak; the story includes much more prose . . . and photos!|
If enjoying the entirety of the magazine wasn't enough, I received a generous package today from the Selvedge team, wrapped up in brown paper and tied with tri-colour string. Here's what was inside:
Each piece was wrapped individually:
There was some Liberty of London fabric, which I plan to use as the binding of a new quilt:
A selection of ribbon, for making more ornaments (see previous post):
A beautiful hand-embroidered summer throw from Stitch by Stitch in redwork:
And two perfect bags. The large Margo Selby is for cosmetics; the small wool Melin Tregwynt for change, or buttons, or charms, or simply for gazing upon.
Time for sleep, and gentle textile dreams.