Creative practices of a textile artist from Queensland, Australia. Now living in Somerset, England.
Tag Archives: alterations
Taking ordinary clothes and using crochet patches to make them extra – ordinary Continue reading
Making artworks, being creative without a studio …can be difficult. And I won’t lie, I am at complete odds with myself a lot of the time since I have started traveling. Where are my pencils, where are my bolts of cloth and … Continue reading
Making crochet earmuffs how-to, Part Two To save my sanity (pattern writing gets very tedious) I have broken up this post into three parts. Part One (making earmuffs for the winter chill) which includes the ingredients, can be found by following this … Continue reading
I needed large handmade postcards for a recent spree of letter writing. I enjoy sending snailmail to people. With the assistance of Muzy, I have put together a compilation (or series of) the cards I collaged together from reused file … Continue reading
Fur and leather. I was recently passed down some items of sentimental value. There’s some kind of strange stuff; teeth, tusks, furs, leather tooling equipment, scrimshaw equipment… shells… hammers… photos…. Already sounds like an amazing contemporary art piece, or like … Continue reading
So, another thing that I tried out in January was learning a new stitch, and using it on a boob-tube style slip that I purchased that just wouldn’t stay up (but that’s why it’s called a slip, right? Hur hur). … Continue reading