Free-Machine Embroidery

Free-machine embroidery is a technique using an ordinary domestic sewing machine as a drawing tool

 

Scarborough Rock IV


 

 

Free-machine embroidery of part of the sea wall in Scarborough.

Slice of the Past I (detail).


 

Free-machine embroidery

 

Private collection.

Museum Gardens I


 

Free-machine embroidery of part of the ruins in Museum Gardens, York, UK.

Framed and glazed with Clarity glass and available to buy.

Eden


 

 

Free-machine embroidery framed without glass and available to buy.

Spirit of York I


 

 

Free-machine embroidery of York Minster.

Private collection.

 

Giclee prints available.

Under the Canopy (detail)


 

 

Free-machine embroidery of a beautiful tree I discovered in a park in Bath, Somerset UK.

 

Framed without glass, available to buy.

Scarborough Rock I


 

Free-machine embroidery of part of the sea wall at Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

 

Private Collection.

 

Giclee prints available.

House of Treasures

A design inspired by part of Beverley Art Gallery (Treasure House).

 

Free-machine embroidery, framed without glass and available to buy.

Geode


 

 

Free-machine embroidery of a small geode.

 

Framed not glazed.

Contact me:

carol@fibredance.co.uk

 

The following Links may be of interest to you, but I make no guarrantee of their content or services.

 

www.blossomstreetgalleryandframing.co.uk

www.embroiderersguild.com

www.selvedge.org

www.yorkartworkers.org.uk

www.yorkopenstudios.co.uk

yorkembroidery.blogspot.co.uk

www.yorktextileartists.com

 

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