Creative practices of a textile artist from Queensland, Australia. Now living in Somerset, England.
Category Archives: Crafternoons
Speeding up my crochet technique I’ve been crocheting for about 12 years now. Until recently, I had a really ham – fisted technique. I would hold the hook in my fist like a toothbrush, which led to a split second … Continue reading
Number three in the three part series on the hot pink shaggy jacket, handmade microfashion at it’s finest. I call this model the Fluffy Pink Duckling, hooray! Continue reading
Part two of a three-part series on making a hot pink shag micro jacket for a fashion-forward toddler. Includes a brief how-to video. Continue reading
At Illusive festival this weekend, scheduled a hold-over post of dancing in a half-finished shag vest I was working on earlier this year… Continue reading
Making a shaggy pastel rainbow vest, and gifs of me dancing in a shaggy pastel rainbow vest. Diagonal stripes! Continue reading
Have been busy crocheting some shoulder bags to protect electronics and electronic accoutrements. Here’s how I’ve taken amigurumi single stitch and wool scraps to create robust cases. Continue reading