This is a silk scarf showing the liner, QE2, with Tower Bridge in the background and lifebelts and boaters around the outside. It has a cream reverse and red buttons and measures 28″.
This is a Donna Karan designed silk scarf with the Statue of Liberty in the centre and New York Plates all around. Big at 30″ with a cream reverse and green buttons. Great for a boy’s room, den or study.
The most amazing silk scarf featuring Buckingham Palace in the centre surrounded by Piccadilly Circus, Eros, Hyde Park, The Stock Exchange, Monument, The Ceremony of the Queen’s Keys, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St Paul’s, Admiralty Arch, The Whitehall Sentry, The Guildhall, Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column, Big Ben, St James’ Palace, Wellington Arch and Regent Street. Big at 30″ but gorgeous and dating to the 1950s.
Here is an Hermes scarf that is so special that I’ve had it framed for my daughter’s birthday which is today so Happy Birthday Kirsty!
Woodland Path is a lovely Liberty of London silk scarf measuring 20″ with a pale blue reverse and dark blue buttons and dates from the 1980s.
I’m delighted to be able to support this local charity by taking a stand at their evening fair which includes a variety of stalls, mini-pampering sessions and speed networking. Thursday 18th April (7-10.30pm) at St George’s School, Weybridge. Tickets are £5 in advance or £8 on the door – includes a welcome drink – so hope to see you there.
To cheer us up on a cold day this is Italian Flower Shop. it’s 29″, in velvety-satin silk with a khaki reverse and black buttons.
This is “Reindeer” which I made for my sister-in-law and she kindly photographed it in situ.
“Monkey – A Tale of Two Continents” is another linen cushion made for PG tips. It resembles a movie poster with scenes of London in the background on one side and India on the other with critics’ comments below.
As it’s half-term I’m displaying a Disney cushion of Minnie, Donald and Goofy in the Ice Cream Parlour. It’s 100% cotton made by Cole & Mason in the UK with a white cotton reverse and dates to the 1970s. One of a pair, the other featuring Mickey, Pluto and Goofy doing the washing-up – having no money to pay for the sodas? – which you can see on my website where there is a third of Minnie and Mickey in the diner.