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Just starting to use some new materials for the New Season. At the moment, not so much a garment as a ‘happening’… See ‘Events’ page for details of my next selling Exhibition on the HAOS ‘Art Trail’.

Part of my display at the ‘THREAD’ Exhibition at Roffey Park Institute in West Sussex. A real priviledge to be displaying my work alongside other textile artists and samplers by members of the Embroiderer’s Guild….

Two of my ‘Countryside Celebration’ fairisle designs – firstly knitted, then the images are printed onto canvas fabric and stretched over a wooden frame – thus creating a more practical form of wall hanging…

My latest macrame pieces in action – I have woven threads into a knitted ‘yoke’ before knotting them – so that each piece will sit nicely around the shoulders…

A commissioned version of my ‘Evolution’ jacket, featuring insets of fringed ribbon – alongside other experimental fabrics of the moment, in my studio…

Having fun with my latest collection of re-claimed ‘threads’ and materials – planning how best to use them so that they keep as much of their original ‘character’ as possible…

Originally I was a weaver, and have recently re-visited some of my ‘jacquard’ fabric designs. This one (inspired by butterfly wings) I am now using as the background for a new digital-print design, adding some of my related drawings and paintings as motifs…

Just a corner of my display at this year’s HAOS ‘Open Studios’ exhibition. An excellent opportunity to display my latest garments and share some ‘work in progress’… Next Exhibition – October 21st-22nd. See ‘Events’ page for details.

I call this my ‘sea-shawl’ – which started life as a crochet ‘doodle’… The spiral swirls (ammonites?) are areas I have embossed with strips of re-cycled, space-dyed fabric…

Just playing with ‘patches’ of off-cut silk fabric (of my ‘Twin Hydrangeas’ digital print design). The idea is to let these richly textured squares evolve into a decorative shawl or neck-piece, one square at a time…