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Speedily have your portrait Stitched via a live video call.

Watch as I capture your likeness with my sewing machine as I speak to you about your life. Scraps of material are appliqued onto the art work to match what you are wearing, fabric is used to capture jewellery and words are selected from your story and are hidden within the piece.

During the portrait, I use two cameras, one so you can watch the work live as it happens and the other to talk with me. You are welcome to be doing something you enjoy doing or holding a prop which represents a part of you.

Once you purchase a portrait, we can find the nearest time and date to perform the work.

I love stitching portraits and before the pandemic I always chose to work from life. As a lot of these opportunities have been taken away, I began stitching portraits via Zoom. It has been brilliant! I get to meet interesting people from around the world and they get to watch me work as I react to them and our conversation.

  • A Single Stitched Portrait- £95
  • A Double Stitched Portrait - £155
  • A Three Person Stitched portrait - £215
  • A Four Person Stitched Portrait - £275
  • A Five Person Stitched Portrait - £335

Testimonials

“Harriet, that was absolutely fabulous!! You are an amazing talent and a wonderful person the way you can interact with people that you don’t know. That was an awesome experience for Dad and the whole family and the picture is brilliant!
Thank you so much.”
-- Vivienne Sanwald

“I had a portrait of me and my husband given as a gift for our 30th Wedding anniversary. It was a great experience and a wonderful momento.”
-- Claire (from Jones and Ginger)

“Harriet, thank you so much. I’m really pleased, actually thrilled, with the portraits. You’ve certainly captured the three of them incredibly well. They are a great reminder of this really strange time in our lives!”
-- Suzanne Finighan

“I am very happy about your work and send you 1000 thanks and hope, you go on with your stitching and can come to Switzerland one day, so that we shall meet each other.”
-- Ursina Gloor