Fake News Is Killing Minds

I have finished ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’, but until today have not been able to take photographs.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 817.

Storm Doris Is Finished

I have finished ‘Storm Doris Is Coming’, which was started on February 1st, 2017. It’ll be a while before I tackle another month’s-worth of news. (Will be posting ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’, shortly, if you were wondering what happened to it).

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

It is listed in my shop, and I am now going to have a cup of tea.

 

Storm Doris Is Coming At Some Point

 

I have completed the 28 days of February (2017), I just need to add the first day of March and the last day of January.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

 

Storm Doris Is Still Coming

 

Eighteen Squares done, twelve to go.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

All of my work is individually numbered, this piece is 816.

Storm Doris Is Coming

Just started assembling ‘Storm Doris Is Coming’, my second ‘February News’ piece. So much easier this time, as I’m sewing onto fabric rather than thick card.

My friend, Cathy, gave me the fabric quite a long time ago.

Four Squares done, twenty-six to go.

All of my work is individually numbered, this piece is 816.

If you are new to this project, you can find an explanation here.

Links to the various news items can be found, here.

I am aware that I haven’t posted a picture of ‘Fake News Is Killing Minds’ in its finished state, but London has been rather dark and I have been unable to take a decent photograph.

Fake News Is Killing Minds, Almost Done

24 squares sewn. Only 4 left to do. Feels good.

If you’ve no idea what I’m talking about (and want to know) click here.

To read the news items relating to each patch, click here.

The origins of the papers I used can be seen by clicking the links below:

1-45-8,  9-12,  13-16,  17-20,  21-24, and, 25-28.