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Sassy embroidered clothing and accessories

☀️ Everything will be ok ☀️

Monday, 09 March 2020
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With all the bad things going on in the world I wanted to create a collection with positive affirmations , little details of uplifting motifs and quotes. I also wanted to play more with embroidery placement being inspired by tattoos on the body I created this collection! I hope you all like and that it brings a smile to your day.

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Sticker book - Inspiration/ideas behind the latest collection

Wednesday, 02 May 2018
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I thought I would share the inspiration and design process behind my latest collection. I have always been a bit of a collector, of anything really! I recently moved house and came across my old sticker book and teenage diaries this sparked the inspiration for my spring/summer collection and I set about creating mood boards and sketching ideas.

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Christmas shipping!

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Hi Guys I thought I would put together a post on christmas shipping –

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Have a nice day - A look at the new collection

Tuesday, 18 July 2017
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The new collection is here! So I thought I would share my inspiration and thoughts behind the designs as well as these super pretty images that you will see on site.

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Inspiration behind the new collection

Saturday, 22 October 2016

I decided to create a project around Tattoos and in particular how I could experiment with placement of embroidery on garments – just how we experiment by tattooing the human body- our ankles, wrists and backs. I have always been fascinated with delicate floral tattoos and have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to them, the whole stigma around tattoos has pretty much disappeared and has become a way to display pretty artwork and hold memories on our bodies. So to start I researched into wild flowers, visited pretty gardens and sketched what I saw – from those line drawings translating them into stitch in the form of embroidered designs.

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