Emma Congdon is a London-based multidisciplinary designer who created these contemporary cross stitch patterns shown above. Her graphic design background is evident in her unique typographic and retro style. A freelance designer she currently owns and runs a successful stitch embroidery business branded, ‘Stitchrovia’.
You can see more of her work on her website, Facebook and Instagram. Her cross stitch patterns are available in her Etsy shop, Stitchrovia.
Images: Courtesy of Emma Congdon.
Artist and craft-maker Kate Bowles created these hand bound notebooks and journals with particular attention to the intricate bindings on the spine. The UK-based maker uses fabric, paper, vintage haberdashery and assorted found materials to create these functional books. We love how she also incorporates embroidery, weaving, smocking, knitting, stitching and darning into her work. You can follow the artist on her blog and on Facebook. The books can be purchased here in her Folksy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Kate Bowles.
Typical of many Japanese sites information on Tokyo-based artist, Haruhi, is often hard to find. What we do know is that she is the creator of these unique and incredible needlepoint bags. Her original work is sold under the brand name, Cresus Artisanat. You can follow the artist on her blog and on Flickr. Her items can be purchased here in her Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Cresus Arisanat.