How do you clear a space to create? Answers on a postcard, but keep it tidy!! If I tidy up too much I loose the ability to create, I need things around me which trigger thoughts and ideas. However, a cluttered space drives me mad!!! Putting things in boxes also drives me crazy I can never find what I need, when I need it.
Just gained a Distinction in my City and Guilds in machine embroidery. I Completed the course at South Worcestershire College, or as most of us know it, Malvern College of Art. It's been an eventful year, starting in September 2015 completed the first week then went to Peru for 4 weeks. So a lot of catching up had to be done. Starting with drawing, which is not a skill I posses. I really struggled to get going and had to find a space in m
Anabel Sanabria lives in Huancayo, Peru with her parents. She attended the Instituto Continental College where she studied textiles. Anabel’s extraordinary talent in textiles gained her a third prize in the national Arte Michell competition. The bag was embroidered with traditional stitches and depicts the colourful butterflies of Peru. Embroidery is a skill passed down to Anabel through the generations from her Grandmother and Mother. Anabel is passionate about embroidery an
Exclusive to the sHEADspace site made in partnership and traded fairly with Anabel Sanabria. Hand embroidered by Anabel Sanabria. Anabel is an exceptionally talented new young designer from Huancayo in Peru. Coming 3rd in the prestigious Arte Michell national textile competition Anabel's dream is to have her own business where she can employ some of the local women. Trading fairly with Anabel is vitally important if this partnership is to succeed. Each bag is individual, wi
It's not good to have severe vertigo when visiting Peru! This is where I met Anabel Sanabria. In Peru first there are the bridges across ravines and then there are the multiple archaeological sites which drip off vertical sides of humongously high mountains. If this is your problem too then you'll definately need Anabel Sanabria, one of the wonderful tour guides on my textile tour to Peru. Anabel is an enormously generous person, she took my arm and guided me over Machu Picc