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This was the favourite ‘seasonal’ garment in my display at this year’s Horsham ‘Contemporary Art Fair’. For the 1st time, I’ve introduced a ‘fake fur’ thread into the fabric of my classic ‘Evolution’ coat. The drape of this garment on the body is just SO luxurious…

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…

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.

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

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.

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…

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’…

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…

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…

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…