Meanwhile it’s been quite a week for my shed and I:
Here is the episode of Love Your Garden featuring my shed on ITVPlayer.
Fancy reading story of my shed over on Standard Issue magazine? Pop over here for a read.
Handwritten project participants
Ben Ranyard is on Twitter and here are his blog and little seedshop.
The stories behind Celia’s illustrations (including her thrilling new commission by the Telegraph) are here and here.
You can see Sara Tasker’s restful & beautiful photos on Instagram & in her online diary.
You probably already know Laura of Circle of pines but if not her muted and soothing images are here and here.
Have a peep at Marit’s wonderfully charismatic crochet on Instagram
I saw the TV programme and spotted you and your shed! I was thrilled to see you and would have liked it if they had given you a bit more time.
Wish I could see the programme, but unfortunately the I-player doesn't work in The Netherlands. I enjoyed reading the article though! It must have been so exciting for you!!! Your garden and shed look lovely, both inside and outside.
Wishing you a happy weekend ahead!
How exciting that must have been for you and your gorgeous shed ;0) x
Heather @ my little red suitcase says
It's a good article, what a great story! X
How lovely to see your beautiful handwriting again. And of course your fantastic shed. I dream of having such a shed of my very own one day. How wonderful it must be. In the meantime I have a timeshare in the dining table. CJ xx
Emma, I'm another one who wanted to see your shed on the tv link, but was prevented by…tv powers that be.
However, I have been looking at my collection of pens since your last post about hand written letters, notes, etc., and giving that collection a good workout. Ahh, but you've also planted the seed that a Lamy pen might want to join my pen tray. I'm going to have to do some research and find out if Lamy pens are available over here in the States…for left-handed folks like me.
Your handwriting is lovely! xo
Country Rabbit says
thanks for the link, shame they didnt give you a few more minutes! 😉 always love an artistic garden shed and your garden is always a pleasure to see. love hand writing!~ i always had several pen pals growing up, i write less now because i get emails from friends, though i still like to write letters to friends around christmas 😉 you have beautiful hand writing, ive always loved drawing in pen and ink… these old, much loved ways are making a come back! 😉 x
Rachael Ainscough says
It was really exciting watching you on the telly Emma. Your shed and garden are amazing and therapeutic creative installations. I write letters only sometimes, usually in cards to people. I like to use a fountain pen when writing poems. Also for some of my drawings. There's something very special about a proper pen with real ink. Your handwriting is very elegant.
Sounds like you've had an exciting few months Emma! I'm loving seeing your handwriting too — so pretty!!!
Oh will look forward to watching out for you, how exciting. Love your handwritten post, am thinking about how to join in, but struggling a bit with my blog at the moment. Thanks for all the lovely links.
Handmade in Israel says
Your shed looks beautiful! Sorry they got your name wrong though 🙁
Enjoy that ink pen. It looks like you are having a lot of fun with it!