Wednesday, 14 March 2012

On the National Express, there's a jolly hostess, selling crisps and tea...

Good day to you dear readers...


 Just a teeny tiny little blog post to show you my new cross body bags...

 A confection and collaboration of antique textiles, printing, screen printing and hand embroidery.
 and somewhere in the midst of all this ...
Dreaming of 'Somewhere over the rainbow' is
 a little girl with tiny wings and her doggy.
Thanks for stopping by. x
Divine Comedy

30 comments:

marie said...

I love this bag...actually I think all your work is lovely!

Sarah B said...

They're just sooooo gorgeous!

Angela said...

Hi! Your works are very very lovely! Bye from Italia!

Nancy said...

It's a stunning specimen!

Twiglet said...

Such a brilliant combination of techniques - fab bags.

Tina Gilmore said...

Loooove those bags Viv, they are so gorgeous. xxx

found and sewn said...

love your new bags!!

MEG MITCHELL said...

I love all the beautiful detail on your bag. It's a work of love.

Jane said...

Ooh! Lust at first sight, Viv. I knew Sarah B would get in before me to comment ☺. I must see if you have any in your Etsy store. I need one now! J x

Carole said...

LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!

Liz said...

Absolutely beautiful and so unique!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

Letticeleaf said...

Chuckle muscles to the fore... just love it! LLX

Greenorchid said...

So beautiful, you are inspirational!!

Katie said...

Soooooo fabulous! Mum and I had such a wonderful day at your workshop on Saturday. Thank you for a fabulous and inspiring day. After reading the title of your blog I now have the 'National Express' song in my head...it makes me smile! Katie x

Mimi said...

Love it!! That dog is absolutely adorable - too cute!! Thanks for sharing!

Pixie said...

So so so want one of theeeeese.....just wonderful, just like everything you make...
Pixie x

Paula said...

Hello my sweet Viv! You are aMaZiNg dear friend!!! I love your sweet bunny, she puts a smile on my face, and I love your gorgeous cross body bag!!!! I love the old textiles, embroidery, and screen printing! You put everything together so perfectly! I love the little girl with wings and her doggy, such sweetness!!! Your work is always so beautiful and unique! Love it all!!!! Love you!!! xo~P

gentlework said...

the bags are really beautiful!
christine x

Tàlia said...

Hola!!! te acabo de descubrir y me encanta lo q veo!!! me quedo por aquí para no perderme detalle...OK?
Si quieres venir a verme estoy en taluqui.blogspot.com
Besuquis!!!

Tàlia said...

Hola!!! te acabo de descubrir y me encanta lo q veo!!! me quedo por aquí para no perderme detalle...OK?
Si quieres venir a verme estoy en taluqui.blogspot.com
Besuquis!!!

faith76 said...

Adorable x

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Absolutely charming, charming, charming. I adore every single stitch you make.

All joys to you,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Carrie M said...

I am new to your blog - found you through Paula's "Sweet Vintage Rose Cottage. I absolutely love your bags and am completely inspired! Such wonderful creativity.

Tracy Lorna Nors said...

OOOOH VIV! Love them! X
Good size and shape for tucking under your jacket too.
T x

JP said...

they are fabulous - so glad the workshop went well - still can't make the next one but soon!!!!!

fee @ chipper nelly said...

There's a little thank you for you over at mine (AGAIN!!!) How lucky am I?
I reckon I need a bag to hold my purse....and my notebook!
You are so clever...and SO kind. Thanks especially for the homage to Delilah
♥ you've done her proud ♥
fee x
ps glad your workshop went so well.

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Wonderful work Viv - So beautiful and detailed...
Glad to hear your courses are going so well,
Niki x

Paulina said...

VIV i enjoy very much your work, carry on to my blog, visit me http://hecho-a-manocl.blogspot.com
saludos desde Chile.
Paulina.

thea said...

Truly wholeheartedly beautiful and whimsical!

thea.
xx

(spoonfulzine)

Storybook Woods said...

Charming, truely charming. I am amazed at what you can do with a needle and thread. Clarice