Amanda Hislop – Into the woods

Textile art by Amanda Hislop

Friday 19th, August 2022 / 11:22

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One comment on “Amanda Hislop – Into the woods”

  1. Vicki Palfrey says:

    I recently visited the spring quilting festival at westpoint in Exeter.
    I am very inspired with Amanda Hislop’s and other people’s work and would like to know where can I see more of her work?

    I’m quite a novice and I’ve not done anything like this before. In fact my knowledge of hand stitches is limited.
    Last time I used a sewing machine was to make a garment probably 35 years ago!
    I’ve been interested in exploring textile art for a while and I’m hoping to do something small for my friends 60th who is a seascape artist.
    I purchased a new sewing machine 2 years ago
    Singer Confidence
    Unfortunately I’ve not had chance to use it.

    I look forward to your reply
    Kind regards
    Vicki palfrey

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