Pomegranate Studio – because making is good for you

 

This is my first post on my blog on my lovely new website for Pomegranate Studio.  I have started the studio as part of my post-academic teaching career.  I am now a portfolio worker, which really seems to mean that I have more than one part-time money-making (fingers crossed) activity.  The other main part of the portfolio is that I have trained to be a humanist celebrant specialising in non-religious naming ceremonies.  This is not a blog about that work, so if you are interested please look at my Humanist UK site

https://humanist.org.uk/annrippin/naming-ceremonies/

This blog and site are for Pomegranate Studio.  This is my textile work.  I am going to pursue my own work and run small workshops for people who are interested in developing their work.  So I will not be teaching basic patchwork (go to someone who does perfect points for that) or showing you how to make a particular bag or quilt, but rather, I hope, inspiring you to take an idea or a technique and run with it yourself.

The studio is lovely, the garden will be lovely in a couple of months, and there are loads of books and objects to inspire you.  My dry runs have been great days and people have had lots of fun – as you can see in the photo at the top of the website.

 

I managed to get the square original to fit the box on the website pretty much on my own.  So proud.  Anyway, a few more photos of the studio for you to inspect, and then normal service will be resumed in the next post:

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