A mix of machine and handwork today.
The highly embellished background now has images sewn into place.
The machining was a short break from sitting here in my studio working at the frame. (104 hours to date). Note the two lamps to give enough light, it feels as if summer has well and truly gone from Northumberland – along with the best light after midday.
Tomorrow is the last push before it all gets framed ready to ship to London on Monday.
The work will be on display at the Royal Geographical Society on Wednesday night at a special Indian event hosted by Cox & Kings, a travel company who run luxury holidays and escorted tours to wonderfully exotic places.
You can still buy tickets for the evening from here.