Hand embroidery and machine embroidery landscape stitching in a hoop





I love to visit the local parks and I am very lucky to live so close to Bushy Park, Whilst there recently I took lots of photos and made a few sketches. These transformed into a painting onto fabric using mainly fabric paints. 

I wanted to create a very peaceful scene and really show the simple beauty and movement of the grasses.

In the foreground I have used free machine embroidery for the texture of the grasses as well as some hand stitching at the very front.

Artwork is size 29x29cm and comes with a white mount and white wooden frame, frame size is 50x50cm.




I love sunsets and felt this would make a lovely scene, inspired by the moments when the snow melts and the sun still shines.

Painting on fabric, lace, heat manipulated fabrics, netting, machine embroidery and hand embroidery.

Artwork comes with a white mount and white frame, frame dimensions are 40x40cm.



I have used lots of layers to help create a wintery feel to this artwork, this is a scene inspired by my walks in the countryside. I have painted the background and added texture to the mid ground, bringing in sections of graphic elements such as magazine cuttings to help give it a contemporary feel.

I have added the words 'slow down and hold those we love close'. For me, winter feels like a time to stay in with family and keep warm.

In the foreground I have added wool, lace, beads and hand embroidery to give the impression of lots of powdery snow drifts sparkling in the sunlight.

Artwork comes with a white mount, artwork is 20x30cm (mount exterior dimensions are 30 x 40cm).


Machine embroidered artwork in rust colours with texture


This piece is inspired by rusting metal and the wonderful texture from the peeling layers. 

I love the rust colours and have used metal washers to add interest - wrapping some with threads and leaving others bare. 

I have used lots of different textures from paper to ribbon, cord, netting, bubble wrap and satin fabric - all stitched with free machine embroidery.

Artwork comes with a white mount (mount exterior dimensions are 30 x 40cm).


Embroidered Hoop with beading


I was inspired by the peeling paint on an old building and the layers and textures it produced. I hand painted the background using a mixture of silk paints, and acrylics. Using free machine embroidery techniques to follow the contours of each colour, I also hand embroidered sections. I am passionate about recycling and I re-use old packaging, scraps of fabric etc in my work. The silver ‘sequins’ are actually made from old crisp packets!

7’’ Hoop

Not for sale

Embroidered notebook cover


This is a re-useable cover for an A5 notebook – it comes with the lined notebook inside, but once this notebook has been used up you can remove the cover and pop it on your next notebook. I have hand painted the fabric and printed smaller details on the front and back of the notebook. Taking my inspiration from natural surroundings, the colours and beauty, the shapes and textures. I have used free machine embroidery to highlight areas and hand embroidery in the front section.

A5 Notebook Cover


Machine embroidered hoop


This was inspired by the wonderful Surrey countryside. I used silk paints to paint a wash background and printed textures and images over the top with a few sections of applique. I used a lot of free machine embroidery techniques and different stitches to create the various hills and countryside. The flowers in the front are both machine and hand stitched, using knots and loops to add interest.

10’’ Hoop


Landscape embroidered hoop


I love the hazy colours in this piece, again inspired by the beauty in nature, particularly the hills on a warm sunny day. I hand painted the background and embellished it with some recycled elements – different papers, lace and fabrics that I had painted. I hand stitched each piece on and used more hand stitching in the foreground. If you would like to make a piece like this please see my Workshops page.

10’’ Hoop


Mindful stitching leaf hoop


Mindful Stitching is a very meditative process where the actual act of making it is as important as the end result. I selected the fabric colours which represented a very calming, grounded feeling to me. My stitching brings all of the colours and sections together and highlights one single leaf shape. The result is simple but very effective. For more information on Mindful Stitching have a look at my Workshops page.

7’’ Hoop

£25 for Leaf Hoop

Hand embroidered landscape hoop


I am passionate about using recycled elements for my work as I do believe we must all get better at using what we have rather than creating a throw-away society. The background fabric in this piece was an old bed sheet, any rips or imperfections in the sheet just add to the history of the piece and the unique design. I have coloured the background and used fabric scraps to add texture along with hand embroidery. If you would like to create this yourself, have a look at my workshop page for details.

8’’ Hoop


Embroidered christmas hoops x 3


Inspired by delicate snowflakes, I have made a set of 3 small hoops. Each one has an embroidered snowflake design embellished with beads on the front with a smaller motif and beading on the back. I hand dyed the fabrics using a resist dye technique so each one is unique. 

3 x 3’’ hoops

£25 for a set of 3

Printed fabric artwork with stitching


This piece was inspired by contours of scaffolding on a building. I have abstracted it using paint, printing and mark making. I have recycled some silver foil and stitched my hand made metal sequins, added free machine embroidery to follow the lines and stitch blocks of colour to create a more balanced feel.

I believe art takes on a new, interesting quality when recycled elements are added - these can then be seen in a completely new way when taken out of their usual context. It helps us to look at the quality and properties of the materials being used.

30 x 30cm framed piece.

£70 Includes black frame.



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