Week10 - 4.12.2013 I did beads loom as well. In American museum have some beads work that is why I tried it. I might usee this technique...
Week14 - 1.1.2014 I was thinking how do I show my works. When I visited the lab, I saw moulds and bacterias through a microscope, then I was so impressed the microscope makes an object much bigger and shows the details well. So I tried to see my work through a magnifying glass.
Week10 - 4.12.2013 From this rag rugging, I could know how I want to use rag rug into my work. My rag rug samples are much smaller than this piece, and different fablic. The samples look like unfinished, uncompleted... and I feel comfortable with these my samples. So I'll develop an idea of the samples.
Week9 - 27.11.2013 The shape is from bread mould.
Week28 - 9.4.2014 This is wire french knitting and did beading and rag rugging on the petticoat and paper. I sew piece of papers because could not do beading... but I really liked using paper.
Week8 - 20.11.2013 This is wire work. The idea is from raspberry jam mould... last year I enjoyed work with wire that is why I used it again. This technique is not from the museum but I can work with old traditional and my original techniques together hopefully.
Week32 - 7.5.2015 We had open studio in Helston where we had our working space. Which was Flora day in Helston then many people came to the studio and I was pleased some of visitors were interested in my work.
Week33 - 14.5.2014 From the tutorial with Alison, we also talked about trace and history of the petticoat. We guesseed the petticoat hasn't been washed for long time which means many people touch and wear this. And then there are trace on it or grawing bacteria maybe? But we can't see unfortunately, so I can trace them by stitching and visualised. I really like this way of thinking.