Sally Hutson has been working with textiles since an early age and loves nothing more than free motion stitching with her Bernina sewing machine and a pile of antique and vintage fabrics to create something new and original. An embroiderer at heart Sally studied City & Guilds Stitched Textiles with Jan Beany and Jean Littlejohn in the early 1990s. She then went on to become a fulltime college lecturer, teaching Art & Design, History of Textiles and Applied Textiles. During this time Sally exhibited her work internationally, sold work under the name of StitchyWooWoo and gained an MA in Textiles and Anthropology. Much of her work concentrates on the human experience with the recognition that textiles play an important part in the human condition. Pattern and decoration are important in Sallys work and this transforms into Art Quilts and Art dolls as well as textile objects and wall pieces. Sally works from her home studio in Stony Stratford and is currently interested in : everything !