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My Wildflower textile art purse was nominated for the National Needlecraft Award 2019 for 'best use of embroidery in fashion and accessories'. Check out my new textile art purse collection here.
This wool felt brooch has been embroidered with a landscape scene of the English countryside during a wind storm. Long grasses on the hills are blown around while two sheep try their best to keep munching in the foreground. The wind swirls in the skyline, embroidered in purple on the dark background to denote the storm. On a large hill there are wild flowers blossoming in a peach - coral colour. This brooch would make a lovely gift for travellers or anyone who loves the English countryside and the romanticism of a good storm. Think Jane Austen or the Bronte sisters.
The felt is pure wool and has been backed onto a thick piece of wool felt to make it sturdy. A silver coloured brooch back has been attached securely to the back.
Measurements approx. 4.6cm x 4.8cm
The last photo shows the card I use to present the brooch when it is sent out to you.
This piece was inspired by a journey I took through Derbyshire in late summer. It was so windy that day and I was amazed at the fields which were full of long grass that was being blown about and looked more like a Japanese animation than real life. It was really beautiful and has made a lasting impression on me. This brooch is my way of expressing how it felt to be amongst those fields in the heart of the English countryside that day.
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