Wednesday, 27 November 2013

A succession of stools

I've been making lots footstools and dressing stools for sale in local retailers, all covered in Welsh wool and ready for Christmas. Here are a few:

I've been stocking up on small items at the auction houses recently, let me know quickly if you need any for Christmas presents.

(Some terrible photography/Photoshop work here I know but you get the general idea.)

Friday, 15 November 2013

Milking Stool in Melin Tregwynt Wool

 A milking stool in Melin Tregwynt St. David's Cross (Ember) doublecloth. I used the B side for a change, nice eh?

I never expected to make anything cute, but this certainly is that.

Might get ruined if you actually used it for milking cows, but that's your decision.

Monday, 11 November 2013

Bus Stop Chair at Cwm Twrch, Swansea Valley.

Here's a chair I saved from landfill - now available for bus travellers on the A4068 at Cwm Twrch.

I covered the chair seat and back in some damaged sections of one of my wife, Julie Ann Sheridan's acrylic paintings. She's got a new show opening at The Last Gallery in a couple of weeks, you might want to get along to that and snap up some of her work.

As ever I added a plastic toy. A slightly scared looking spaceman.

Friday, 8 November 2013

Appearance on ITV's Alan Titchmarsh Show

Ludicrously I was asked to go on the Alan Titchmarsh Show to talk about Guerilla Upholstery. I said yes. Whatever next?

I did manage to shake Alan's hand wearing hairy gorilla hands, so it was all very worthwhile.
This is a shaky film of the programme on a TV to spare you the rest of the very highbrow programme content.