Once upon a time a shy snail met a vibrant yellow and they fell deep into conversation. I am yellow. Gold, lemon, acid, bright, sunshine. I am the colour of fear and the colour of joy. Light floods in where
I’m from Cumbria but now I live in west Wales. For the past ten years my home has been the beautiful Isle of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland, so this is a big change for me. I think about the quiet discipline of cloth: habits and quotidian rhythms and the structure of praying the hours; how our outworn clothes embody our history and memory; about what we keep and what we waste, and about connections and inclusion and mixing things up.Read more
Tiny Little Encouragements
The Tiny Little Encouragements project began with a series of small handwoven bags, containers for sharing words of encouragement or inspiration. You're invited to participate, if you're inspired, by creating a tiny bag, pouch or box, a container or vessel of your own, and sending it to someone else with some words you'd like to share.Read more
Dysgu Cymraeg - learning Welsh
Visit me on Wakelet where I curate the sites and apps I'm finding useful as I learn Welsh, and some Welsh sites related to textiles, colours and heritage.
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Deflected double weave explorations
A series of experiments using different finishing methods to create felted lace textures using deflected double weave.