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Nalbinding is a method of knitting or stitching that uses simple tools of a large wooden, horn or bone needle and some wool. The yarn is wrapped around the thumb to create loops. The threaded needle passes through the loops to create the cloth. The naalbinding technique can be used to make mittens, socks, hats and other clothing.
Derek the Peacock Hand Embroidered and Beaded Artwork
One off hand embroidered and beaded Peacock artwork, all my embroideries are created using a hoop, needle, threads and beads.
Glass framed and ready to hang this wall art must be treated delicately.
Framed Artwork 37cm x 37cm x 3.5cm (approx. 14.56 x 14.56 x 1.38”)
Handmade belts made from British or Italian top grain leather and British made buckles. Hand-stitched in the traditional way to create a durable belt that will last for years!
10 Sheet Pack “Girtin” Antique Cream Laid 140lb / 300 gsm Not Quarter Imperial
“Girtin” Antique Cream Laid 140lb / 300 gsm (Not)
Quarter Imperial (11”x 15”)
One short side retains the deckle edge.
Handmade rag watercolour paper ~ Tub-sized with Gelatine.
This paper is made from cotton and linen rag, with other fibre inclusions, to recreate the warm tones and surfaces familiar to artists in the late 18th Century. These papers are flecked with fragments of unbleached hemp fibre.
The laid watermark is more prominent on one side and both sides of the sheet can be painted on with equal effect.
Hand made Satchel
Small satchel in burgundy English Bridle Leather from Sedgwicks, hand stitched in green waxed linen thread, lined with bottle green sheepskin nappa, and using solid brass buckles from Abbey England.
Satchels are made to order and can be made to any size required.