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It’s crochet time! What started as a ‘doodle’ (trying to combine 2 separate layers of crocheted motifs) has suddenly become more serious and I can see lots of potential ahead. But perhaps I need to use a more ‘sensible’ yarn…?

This summer has been great for exhibitions both inside and outside, with mostly sunny weather, which is always a bonus! I love the challenge of making my display work around the features I find at each venue – like fabulously large tables and curved bay windows…

My first time exhibiting at this venue (Farlington School) for the HAOS Art Trail was an absolute pleasure! Not only the space, light and cream cakes, but the opportunity to exhibit alongside work by students in their excellent ‘Art’ and ‘Fashion’ departments…

I’ve just started playing with large blocks of colour in my knitted ‘Making Waves’ shawls. I like the contrast between the underlying small, repetitive knitted structure with the large, abstract colour design…

Time to start thinking about new designs to add to my range of digitally-printed silk fabrics. I just love this opportunity to work with some of my drawings, paintings etc. The central ‘meandering line’ in this repeat image, seemed to appear by accident, rather than design…

Some examples of the commissioned work ‘in progress’ in my studio at the moment – I love having more than one textile technique to work on at a time… These pieces cover macrame and knitted fabrics with ‘woven-in’ strips of re-cycled fabric.

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…