ACKWORTH SCHOOL SAMPLERS WORKED BY HANNAH HICKS AND HER DAUGHTER RACHEL WILSON English, dated 1790 and 1818 Samplers made by young girls at the Ackworth School, a Quaker institution in Yorkshire, England, form a distinctive group of samplers worked from the late eighteenth century when the school was founded through the middle of the following century. Hannah Hicks and her daughter, Rachel Wilson, were Ackworth pupils twenty-eight years apart. In their needlework are embroidered motifs…
Rachel Wilson, one of our Squidoo lensmasters, makes wonderful found wood sculptures of horses, deers and bears. This picture displays a beautiful deer wood sculpture with a horse sculpture in the background. See more whimsical garden art sculptures at Rachel Wilson Art. Rachel is one of our lensmasters here.
You may have noticed I've admired Caitlin Wilson's designs before. I love the wallpaper samples I received from here recently, and now I'm drooling over her new rug collection. I've loved using her products in my designs, like her gray spotted pillow see below. Before all these new collections released, Caitlin had a beautiful kitchen highlighted in House Beautiful. Today, I want to share some images of this incredible space to spotlight her talent. Get ready to be inspired.
Sea Creatures Take a look at Rachel Wilson’s beautiful sea creature illustrations, some of which were created for a collaboration with Brainstorm. I’m loving all the details and patterns that make up each creature. Take a closer look here and here.