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Industrial, portable sewing machine or fancy, domestic sewing machine?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kris Edison Aug 3, 2012. 4 Replies

I am a professional fibre artist and am now considering buying a portable, industrial or commercial machine. I won a big, fancy Bernina in a sewing competition about 8 years ago. It is the love of my…Continue

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Kathryn Harmer Fox - Shattered Face Quilt

"wow. The amount of details and little patches of colour and pattern, to create eyes and lips and all the other features - all so full of life. Love it."
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Kathryn Harmer Fox - The Three Watchers

"wow. In that size they are pretty much life size - so I bet it's even more impressive."
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Kathryn Harmer Fox - Tiptoeing into the Future

"Love the colours and wrinkle texture. Love the light head and horn coming out of the darker rest of the piece."
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Kathryn Harmer Fox - This is Me

"My favourite kind of 'dirt' too: paint and ink on my hands!... :-) Another briliant piece of art."
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Kathryn Harmer Fox - Your Beautiful Heart

"What a lovely idea! And what a FANTASTIC wedding gift! (The sentiment of the groom, the bride's mum's idea of using that segment of the speech - but mostrly - your execution of it)!"
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Kathryn Harmer Fox - A bowlful of Birds

"you are killing me here!... :-) Such amount of talent in one person shouldn't be allowed, surely?... :-) (this goes for all the images you uploaded just now: the FAB rhino, the amazing eyes, this one, and all the others...)"
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Kathryn Harmer Fox Yellow Finch Cair with Pot-bellied Footstool

"It's just one of the prettiest pieces of furniture I've seen in many many years, and I admire your vision and talent. :-)"
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"Hey, Kathryn, :-) Thanks for your full description of how the birds were done. It still is tonns of work.... But I feel better now, knowing that after all that hard work they are safe from getting ruined by being used....:-)"
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Yellow Finch Armchair with matching Footstool

"B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L and clearly countless hours of slave work.... :-) By the way, (couldn't quite tell from the photo): Are the birds embroidered on the collaged fabrics or apliqued? It just seems too beautiful and sensitive to wear and tear to…"
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From a Vegatarians Point of View (2) 25cm X 25cm (fringe not incl.)

"I have just read that you are in Australia. What a pity I am too far away to see you in Victoria - have a wonderful stay - it is my home town state but now I am resident in Canberra. Your fibre work is amazing and beautiful."
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Feeding Birds Pillow

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Cealocanthe and Driftwood 81cm X 62cm

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Where I live
East London, South Africa.
About me and my connection to fiber art & mixed media
I am a multi-medium artist working with paper and paint; fibre and fabric; clay and pulp. My work is both representational and symbolic of that which it depicts. I believe implicitly that the process of creativity is healing and joyful because it transcends the ego and sometimes even the self.
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http://www.fibreworksart.com
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At 5:57am on August 31, 2014, Dalia Bar-Dror said…

Hey, Kathryn, :-)

Thanks for your full description of how the birds were done. It still is tonns of work....

But I feel better now, knowing that after all that hard work they are safe from getting ruined by being used....:-)

At 11:28pm on June 12, 2012, Gladys Love said…

Well, you've dashed my hopes of taking one of your classes!  I'm on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada!  But I'll be following your stunning work.  Looking forward to more pictures.  Thanks for describing the technique so freely.  I teach too, and have one book out through C&T Publishing.  I was about to start the second when my elderly parents needed more care, and have moved in with us.  So for now the second book is on the shelf!

At 3:10pm on June 12, 2012, Gladys Love said…

Absolutely astounding work.  Where do you teach?

 
 
 

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