“My Mother was right; when you have nothing left, all you can do is get into silk underwear and start reading Proust” Jane Birkin
Who doesn’t love silk? I certainly do and I think I have loved it all of my life. My late Mum was in the WRNS (Womens Royal Naval Service) and in WW2 she was in charge of parachute packing in various locations in the UK
I remember that, when we were children she made us underwear using parachute silk. Hence my love of beautiful fabrics. My Mum went to run her own soft furnishing business and made lots of our clothes including my wedding dress.
I digress and now on to crafts – I have been teaching crafts for many years and am mostly self taught. I am always trying new things, but love crafts that have limitless options.
Silk ribbon embroidery is a very enjoyable craft. My first introduction to it was when a friend bought me the book called Roses written by Di Van Niekerk. The projects in this book are exquisite and the instructions well written. I never copy projects as I prefer to do my own thing but it is good to have a well written book to guide you into doing things right.
I just can’t believe how long it is since I wrote a blog post.
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