download now From the dark mines of the North I bring you this versatile rectangular shawl worked from one end to the next with buttons and buttonholes to fasten it down the front, around the back or the neck. The … Read More
This project is another one from Gilian Dye’s Beginning Bobbin Lace (page 36). This one is made in double size using purple and green merino that has been spun on the spindle and 2/3 plied. I made this one purely … Read More
In 2010 Hampshire Weavers, Spinners and Dyers Guild did a challenge where you received 3 different types of fibre (20g each). There was an animal fibre (white merino), a plant fibre (white ramie) and a mineral fibre (teal and purple … Read More
This front piece is one I made to sew on a blouse, which I unfortunately haven’t done yet. But I will soon. I know I will! The pattern is a variation of the Bookworm from Gilian Dye’s Beginning Bobbin Lace … Read More
The red lily brooch is an adaption on the sunflower brooch with less petals. It was also a chance to use this lovely red colour that I like so much.
This was a special Christmas edition of the sweet pea brooch using a merino/silk mix fibre that I spun. The button is one that I made by decoupaging a piece of sheet music onto an old button.
The daisy uses the same pattern as the red lily brooch.
The giveaway is now closed. I’ve used a random generator to pick a winner and I’m very happy to announce that Stephanie is the lucky winner. This is my first giveaway ever so please bear with me. As a New … Read More
When I was younger my absolute favourite flower was sunflowers. I always said that I would rather have a guy give me a sunflower than a rose. Sadly I was 14 so there was no chance of any guys buying … Read More
This is one of my first lace flower designs. It’s not really a sweet pea I guess but it’s inspired by sweet peas. I have a great love for sweet peas. They were the colour scheme for our wedding, which … Read More
I recently decided that my lace bobbins where not neat enough. So instead I went ahead and re-wired them with new beads. In other words – I personalized them. I am much more excited about using them now and have … Read More