Here is one of my first cushions. I made it for my daughter but have only just managed to take a photo.
Here is one of my favourite vintage scarves illustrating airline companies no longer in existence such as BOAC and dogs in the four corners on trunks and luggage, probably dating to the 1950s. It is another commission for a customer so going to a good home!
I’ve just made up this scarf on commission for a friend – hope she likes it!
Just delivered another batch of cushions for this new Gallery in Norfolk and heard that they’ve sold one of my cushions on their opening weekend. Also more on their way to Raindrops and Roses in St Albans. Now I just need to find a local outlet closer to home!
I’ve just had some new sales (including London Bus pictured above) so these cushions can now be viewed in my Archive Gallery which shows all stock that has been purchased so if you can’t find any you like in my other Galleries take a look there to see if there are any you prefer and I will try and source something similar. I have many scarves waiting to be made up so may already have one you might like.
Had a lovely morning at the Barnes Fair and picked up lots more stock including a fab ’50s BOAC silk scarf which I’ll add to my Galleries once I’ve made it up. Please keep checking my website as I’m constantly updating it.
The King William Gallery is launching tomorrow Friday 12th and Saturday 13th July from 11am to 5pm and from then on will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 5pm. It carries an eclectic range of art, ceramics, textiles and hand-chosen vintage pieces and is an exciting addition to the area.
Proprietor: Karen Thomas Phone: 07798 627308 Address: Brinton Road, Stody, Norfolk NR24 2ED
If anyone is going to Norfolk on holiday this exciting new gallery is set to open on 11th July and should be well worth a visit. It will carry an eclectic selection of handmade and vintage items and art – including my cushions, one of which is pictured above. it is in Stody, postcode NR24 2ED and is owned by Karen Thomas.
Very excited that my Helicopter cushion is being featured in the BHA magazine next month. As well as fantastic publicity I’m hoping members may be able to help me name all the nine models featured on this silk scarf which are all made or designed by the Italian Agusta company.
I’m delighted to be supplying cushions for a new Gallery opening later this month (July) in Norfolk. I’ll post contact details in due course. In the meantime I’ve got a new gallery on this website entitled “Nautical” as that is what is popular in Norfolk apparently so please take a look. Other new cushions in the “Paisley” and “Places” galleries too.