Tuesday 8 November 2022


After I had sorted out my map pieces I interrupted myself by signing up for an online course with Sally Tyrie through Fibre Arts Take Two.  FATT courses are really well filmed and presented and this is the third one I've taken.

The appeal of this one, Visual Narratives - Print, Paint, Stitch with Sally Tyrie, was that it incorporated photography, collage and collograph plates.  If you are a regular reader you know that I take lots of photographs but rarely do anything with them creatively.  Sally talks about altering the photographs with a photo editor and layering the photos digitally.  She also talks about printing out the altered photos and layering them up manually.  Sounds like my sort of course.

It was my plan to leave the theme of canals alone for a while but the topic really fitted the Visual Narratives concept.

Today I'm going to show you some of the original photos and what I've done with them in the app Snapseed using my iPad.

See if you can spot which of the original photos feature in each of the following:

Snapseed is very addictive!

Thanks for joining me today


  1. Gorgeous images and yes - very addictive! I've also decided to visually work my way through the modules before attempting any of the exercises - it's definitely making more sense as I do that.


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