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Creative practices of a textile artist from Queensland, Australia. Now living in Somerset, England.
Tag Archives: Non Binary Fashion
Amigurumi jellyfish building. Playing with UV wool and LEDs to create phosphorescent underwater creatures for magical spaces Continue reading
Posted in Crochet & Knitting, Sewing, Textiles, Works in progress Tagged Amigurumi, Art and Design, artist project, Clothing, Clothing Alterations, Craft, crochet, DIY, handmade, Jellyfish, kawaii, Non Binary Fashion, Patches, Portable Arts, Practical Skills, Punk, sewing, Slow Fashion, soft sculpture, tentacles, textile design, travel arts, Wool, wool art 1 Comment
Crochet DIY patchwork to reinvigorate tatted clothes
Taking ordinary clothes and using crochet patches to make them extra – ordinary Continue reading
Posted in Crochet & Knitting, Re-use, Sewing, Textiles Tagged alterations, Amigurumi, Art and Design, blue wool, cheap and cheerful, Clothing Alterations, crafternoons, Crochet Pattern, crocheting, festivals, Fiber Art, Freeform Crochet, functional design, handmade, LGBTQI, Non Binary Fashion, reclaimed materials, Recycle, recycled fabric, reduce reuse recycle, repair, secondhand clothing, self sufficiency, sewing, Slow Fashion, spooky crochet, textile design, travel craft, travelling artist, van living, Wearable Art, wool crafts 4 Comments