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Covid 19 diary week 18

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23 July 2020

More government catch phrases – ‘eat out to help out’ and ‘work out to help out’. Care homes get blamed. BAME pregnant women have more to fear AND Wales welcomed us home!

Block hand printed on linen – Magnolia

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12 July 2020

There is a beautiful magnolia tree in my neighbourhood with the most stunning blooms and leaves – it inspired me and subsequently led to the creation of this hand printed fabric.

Covid 19 diary week 17

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5 July 2020

The beginning of Chapter 2 as we become partially un-locked (apart from Leicester) with hairdressers and pubs re-opening

Covid 19 diary week 16

Covid 19 diary week 16
28 June 2020

Boris gave us bubbles and bridges

Covid 19 diary week 15

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22 June 2020

The wierdest thing this week was having a nurse’s appointment and having to sit in the middle of a completely empty waiting room, in my mask, all on my own!

Birthday card in pastel

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22 June 2020

A quick sketch of my daughter’s garden to create a birthday card for her

Shoulder bag made from block hand-printed material

15 June 2020

I designed and made this shoulder bag from the sweet-pea material that I created recently; lovely to try out another design. Why not visit my Etsy page – sallypaintprint

Covid diary week 14

15 June 2020

Again, this week’s diary reflects the impact of Black Lives Matter and also hints at the slithering reality that may be a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

Covid 19 diary week 13

8 June 2020

This week’s diary reflects the impact of Black Lives Matter and also¬† illustrates a dance that may replace ‘the floss’ ?

Fabric cross over bag made from block hand printed material

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31 May 2020

I showed you the material that I printed last week and this is the bag and purse that I have made from it. I’m loving working with fabric