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binära optioner mäklare Inspired by a walk over the ‘Golden Gate Bridge’ on my recent trip to San Francisco, I’ve started working on new ideas for creating very lacy/ open-work fabrics that also have great ‘stability’…

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here Starting with this hand-knitted silk sweater, I developed a loose yoked collar, knitted in the same lace stitch pattern. The circular shape is created by using different thicknesses of yarn and knitting needle sizes…

alphabet dating uk A seasonal celebration of my ‘house’ models – Tina, Meena, Matilda, Yumi, Rob and Simon – thank you for making our photoshoots together such a lot of fun… Cheers!

go to link Part of my display at this year’s HAOS ‘Contemporary Art Fair‘ – at a prestigious new venue in the centre of Horsham town (West Sussex). Excellent! Next Exhibition = ‘SEASONAL CELEBRATION‘ open studio – 3rd-4th December 2016. See ‘Events’ page for details…

follow site One of my favourite photos of models Tina (left) and Yumi (right) from a recent ‘Photoshoot’ session of some of my recent work… And not forgetting my excellent photographers, Rob and Simon…

versione demo opzioni digitali So it is time to put together threads, colours and fabrics for the new Autumn/Winter season of exhibitions. This is a typical scene in my studio at the moment…

go Just a detail of a design from my first collection of digitally printed fabrics – on fabulous silk ‘crepe-de-chine’, of course! This design combines one of my photograph of leaves with an abstract geometric pattern, inspired by the pattern of the branches of the same tree…

http://tennisclubpaimpol.fr/bisese/1317 Traditional ‘fairisle’ knitting goes in and out of fashion, but I love playing with it as a border ‘feature’ – in this case, imitating a 3-D celtic cable pattern…