A selection of one off individually hand made cushions illustrating a variety of subjects that I have been drawn to draw from private gardens to the Victoria and Albert Museum . 

Kensington Gardens , Bethnal Green Park , Brockley Window Box , Pond Iris, V and A Peacock . Illustrations using applique and hand and machine embroidery on cotton and silk .

Kensington Gardens , Bethnal Green Park , Brockley Window Box , Pond Iris, V and A Peacock . Illustrations using applique and hand and machine embroidery on cotton and silk .

This small cushion 40/40 cms was inspired by the V and A my favourite museum and a cnstant source of inspiration . A winter morning in the cafe left me wondering at the amazing light fittings and admiring the flowers on the grand piano seasonally themed with pussy willow and amarylis . The hare is a detail from a a later drawing in one of the galleries . Applique and machine embroidery on hand dyed vintage linen with printed cotton insert . 

This small cushion 40/40 cms was inspired by the V and A my favourite museum and a cnstant source of inspiration . A winter morning in the cafe left me wondering at the amazing light fittings and admiring the flowers on the grand piano seasonally themed with pussy willow and amarylis . The hare is a detail from a a later drawing in one of the galleries . Applique and machine embroidery on hand dyed vintage linen with printed cotton insert . 

Images or this cushion came from details of decorations on the pots in the ceramics gallery alongside seed heads and leaves of the agapanthus in the courtyard of the V and A. 

Images or this cushion came from details of decorations on the pots in the ceramics gallery alongside seed heads and leaves of the agapanthus in the courtyard of the V and A. 

A spring drawing in Kensington gardens led to this compilation of Magnolia and Camelia alongside the camel featured at one corner of the Albert memorial .

A spring drawing in Kensington gardens led to this compilation of Magnolia and Camelia alongside the camel featured at one corner of the Albert memorial .