1. Embroidery of a Front Book Cover - THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT,
Inspired by the art in an abstract way from the Hardcover. New York: Frederick Warne and Co.
The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Hard Cover. New York: Frederick Warne and Co.
The Cushion Throw is made from Vintage Linen with quality vivid embroidery in Blues and Creams and Deep Browns. The embroidered Boarder all the way around gives it a luxury finish. Over 46,700 stitches and signed LMD in the design.
2.Embroidery of a Front Book Cover - THE TAILOR OF GLOUCESTER,
Inspired by the art in an abstract way from the Hardcover. London: Frederick Warne and Co. 1903. First trade edition, early printing.
The Tailor of Gloucester
The Cushion Throw is made from Vintage Linen with quality vivid embroidery in Greens and Creams and Deep Pinks. The embroidered Boarder all the way around gives it a luxury finish. Over 40,700 stitches and signed LMD in the design.
Inner: :Luxury new duck feather cushion (Down & Feather), non allergenic
Note: Colours & material may vary slightly due to photograph quality.
Note: Vintage material may vary slightly, Bobbles and markings may vary due to age.
"The abstract embroidery has a life of its own. There are many layers involved, and I never know exactly what the end result will be. A truly unique creation through from the beginning of the design process, through to adding colour and removing colour, letting it merge into the material/fabric and even adding selected thread neon creates glazes with light and shade. Strokes and texture build up in and on the piece over the few hours it takes to complete each piece. This artistic process can be done exactly the same on two different cushion throws, and both will come out differently. They do have a life of their own. I work with artistic styles and the medium of machine embroidery. This process is definitely the most sensuous for me. The inspiration can come from many different places, photographs, paintings, objects and for instance, going to see a film. Part of the design packages I use have their own say in when a piece is finished. The stitching seems to be maxed out when the last thread layer is added! The piece darkens or lightens with the view point you have on it, as to what time of day and with varying light. It appears to move with the light and Shade. The stitches change from being sewn one way to another giving a unique contrasting life to the piece."
Lisa Marie Davies