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Travelling Sketchbook goes on my Favourite Walk

I’ve been concentrating this week on my entry for the Travelling Sketchbook, I stitched Catbells first, this is my embroidery of Catbells with the reflection on Derwentwater; For the facing page I wanted some kind of map showing my favourite … Continue reading

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Travelling Sketchbook visits Catbells

Over a year ago I happened to read about an international travelling sketchbook that was being organised by Anne Lawson in Australia, I love the idea of a sketchbook travelling around the world with people from lots of different countries … Continue reading

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Catbells

Catbells is featuring quite a lot here at the moment, it is my favourite fell, but it is also on my mind because when the Sisterhood of The Travelling Sketchbook arrives I want to do something about the wonderful countryside … Continue reading

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Travelling Sketchbook

  This month at my Embroiderers Guild meeting Travelling Sketchbooks were launched. I only became aware of the concept of a Travelling Sketchbook a few months ago when I (rather rashly!!) volunteered to take part in ¬†one organised by artist¬†Anne … Continue reading

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Catbells

I’ve just been down to the picture framers to collect a cross-stitch picture, I stitched it years ago but it resurfaced during my sort out. It’s only small and may seem a little unremarkable, but I am particularly proud of … Continue reading

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Leisure by W H Davies

I often think of this poem when walking with my friend, we have started doing a long distance walk each year, this year we walked half of the Bay2Bay walk, 100 miles from Grassington to Barrow in Furness. We take … Continue reading

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