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How I Got Here

In 2016 I started my Bayeux Tapestry replica project and quickly realised how much I enjoy this style of art work. Recreating an embroidered tapestry meant transferring the images and after 25 metres of drawing the designs on fabric, I branched out to draw them for other people to embroider as well.
This in turn lead to two colouring books, Mia's Bayeux Tapestry Colouring Book and Bayeux Behind the Scenes.
Another few years down the line, the illustrate tales and fairy tales published. By now, there is also a series of Mia's Bayeux Tapestry Musings, an in-depth study of my Bayeux Tapestry replica project.
Who knows what else the future brings?
I couldn't do all the literary work on my own. Luckily, I have a fabulous editor and proofreader, who also happens to be a great friend, writer and famous harpist.

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