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Discover how to combine scraps of silk with vintage fabrics, buttons and a range of inexpensive haberdashery items to create one-off jewellery pieces. Designs include simple accessories, such as a Bollywood iPod case, as well as necklaces, bracelets and corsages all in Teresa Searle's inimitable style. Includes information on creative processes, from hand and machine embroidery to using dissolvable film.
Teresa Searle studied textiles at college in Derby and now works from her studio in Bristol. Since setting up her studio in 1986, she has shown her work widely in Europe and the USA. Her work has been featured in magazines such as Country Living and Crafts. She has appeared on Woman's Hour and Channel 4 television. She teaches at several local art colleges and gives presentations and workshops to groups.