Stencil Collection – Midsummer Night

Today marks the listing of the final item in the Midsummer Night collection, appropriately enough as it has turned decidedly autumnal here in the Wolds, with chilly winds, days drawing in, watery sunlight and berries ripening on the bough.  The garden is looking wild and weedy after a week away at Herstmonceux Medieval Festival, and my fingers rapidly become nipped with cold whenever I venture outside.  It will soon be time to bring in as many of the remaining herbs for drying as I possibly can, so I anticipate the kitchen will still be packed full of fresh herbs again!  We’ll be lighting the first autumn fires soon as well as it has been getting chilly in the evenings.

Midsummer Night shawl (already sold)
Midsummer Night shawl (already sold)
Midsummer Night curtains - dark blue velvet with branches, leaves and stars.
Midsummer Night curtains – dark blue velvet with branches, leaves and stars.
Midsummer Night cloth shopping bags
Midsummer Night cloth shopping bags
Midsummer Night shroom garden
Midsummer Night shroom garden
Midsummer Night leather cuff
Midsummer Night leather cuff
Midsummer Night throw
Midsummer Night throw
Close up of the stencilling on the Midsummer Night throw.
Close up of the stencilling on the Midsummer Night throw.
Midsummer Night sleeves
Midsummer Night sleeves
Inside the Midsummer Night potionary
Inside the Midsummer Night potionar
Midsummer Night hooded scarf
Midsummer Night hooded scarf
Midsummer Night potionary
Midsummer Night potionary

Phew!  Quite a big collection this time, actually – it will be good to move onto a new one, with different stencil themes and some new techniques tried out.   I’m also back at work on the Enchanted Herbal, which is coming along really well, and have a new mailing list available for anyone wanting to keep up to date on my progress with this project!

2 thoughts on “Stencil Collection – Midsummer Night

    1. Thank you! This was my first proper collection – I’m usually a bit of a beggar for just doing random stuff that doesn’t tie together, so thought I’d do something different this time! 😀

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