Small Titanic Belfast Cushion
Made by Deborah Toner
A bottle green coloured cushion, machine embroidered with silver grey thread featuring a snippet of the facade of the Titanic Belfast Building, which sits so prominently within the Belfast skyline. Deborah used Irish Linen woven in Northern Ireland and the cushion is finished with an invisible zip and polyester pad insert. Handmade by Deborah Toner in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Please note this listing is for the green cushion only.
Approximate size; length 30cm, width 30cm. Please note this listing is for the navy cushion only.
About the maker:
Belfast based designer Deborah Toner has a background in Architecture. She uses her architectural drawing skills to create beautiful embroidered pieces for the home. All machine stitched on locally woven Irish Linen.
Originally inspired by buildings and landmarks of Belfast, Deborah began to draw a range of images, which she then machine embroidered to form her first collection. A Belfast Skyline, the City Hall, the Albert Clock, Samson and Goliath – the iconic twin gantry cranes of the shipyards are just a few of the subjects adorning a range of gift and homeware products.
Moving a little further afield Deborah began to draw Scrabo Tower, the Giant’s Causeway and Dundrum Bay to name a few.
Deborah’s work has expanded further to now include other cities. In the midst of all the drawing and stitching she also finds the time to offer a bespoke Architectural Embroidery service. She has embroidered maps and cityscapes from all around the world as well as individual houses and streetscapes for her growing customer base.
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