Carolyn is very creative and shows us how to make these fun lights from recycling cat food pouches (but anything shiny would do!)
A fun and simple idea from Carolyn Sinclair.
Carolyn is disabled with Multiple Sclerosis and over the last 15 years has specialised into the use of computer design for embroidery, the use of embroidery machine software and embroidery machines. She lives in Southampton, regularly exhibits her work, and has undertaken commissions for Coats thread.
Carolyn teaches a series of day courses, with another tutor to assist, at the very comfortable Royal Southern Yacht Club, Hamble, Hampshire, (with beautiful views over the river Hamble to inspire creativity!) These one day courses cover topics including “getting to know your computerised sewing machines”, “using the embroidery bed”, “learning embroidery machine software” and “designing your own designs on the computer. Carolyn enjoys the challenge of teaching and is very fortunate to be strongly supported by all the major sewing machine manufactures, and can therefore teach all makes of sewing machines and sewing machine software.
For further details and a brochure please contact Carolyn via e-mail
Carolyn is an experienced tutor in computerised design and computerised sewing machines. Her interest in textile arts started with silk painting where she painted with French dyes and experimented with different silk fibres and fabrics. When Carolyn was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, she started using computerised design programmes to make her life easier. This grew into a passion for pushing the boundaries of embroidery software, using it in unusual ways and being very creative with the software and embroidery machines.
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