Saturday, 5 September 2009

End of summer giveaway~!



Well here in Edinburgh it's certainly feeling like summer might be over and autumn is waiting in the wings raring to go - the sun has lost the height of her warmth, the leaves are looking tired and beginning to turn, and the light has that distant, hazy feel... .

Now, autumn is my favourite season, so I'm more than ready for it - but seeing as we did actually have a bit of summer this year, and that it inspired me to experiment with more summery colours in my work, I thought I would celebrate with my first ever blog giveaway!

Awaiting her new home is 'Mitheithel':

Mitheithel is a brooch, made from hand-dyed threads, silk filament, merino roving and cotton nepps, in shades of lilac, buddleia, clematis and forget-me-not, with summer-sea aquamarine a touch of gold. I felted these, with my embellisher, onto wisteria-coloured hand-dyed cotton fabric, set on black felt baize and edged with turquoise whip-stitch.
She measures almost 4.5cm not-quite-square, and has a gold metal brooch finding with safety catch.


If you would like to enter the giveaway, just leave me a comment on this post, and I will choose the winner at random in a week's time (so remember to log in first before commenting so I can see who you are!).

Good luck~!

7 comments:

Karin said...

Oh, what a lovely brooch. Would love to wear it! Please enter me in the drawing.
Thanks
Karin

Chris Gray said...

I'd love to own this beautiful brooch....please enter my name!

...and pop along to my blog where I'm giving away a sketchbook in celebration of my 1st Blogaversary!

Eva said...

Thank you for the comment. I'd like to enter the draw please. Love the summery colours of the brooch and the names you give your pieces :)

Joby said...

I would happily give Mitheithel a new home, please add me

Clasheen said...

Gorgeous ocean colours and great work as usual! Please consider my name when you are doing your draw!!

Myfanwy said...

Do I recognise those threads? LOL, I owe you a convo - Promise I'll reply later.

The crafty Kaeru said...

Well spotted, M :D