Thursday, 30 September 2010

Hat of the week

A very pretty girl wearing one of my 1930 style hats I make for children

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

FlapJack parcels

I may be really sad admitting to this , but it came about from being a terrible cook so I'd wrap them together to make them stick together. Now I secretly love doing it and giving them to friends and family with pictures they would like . It's also an ideal way hiding bad baking!

Rosehip loveliness

Friday, 24 September 2010

More woolly things in the making

These woolly lovelies will be finished into broaches and necklaces .

My knitted Acorns

Nobody loves a knitted acorn more than me . I could never live somewhere we didn't have the seasons, have a great weekend and enjoy the autumn sunshine.

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Introducing Made to Kara and her friends.

Made is a cute co-opertive shop in Sidmouth, East Devon, tucked in Libra Court with other lovely galleries and a cafe, 200 meters from the sea front. It consists of four artists - Coco, revamping furniture, who had the shop orginally, then joined by Jane the talented dressmaker and myself doing textile treats, hats and dolls and lastly Pippa's fresh flowers. We are open 9.30-4.30 Tuesday -Saturday.

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Hat of the month

I've made this one from my own pattern using a pink mohair jumper and finished with a vintage hand painted broach.


Crab Apples

Destined to be Crab Apple jelly

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Woolly necklace number two

Autumn Woolly necklaces

My new range of woolly jewellery

More Blackberry time

This time collected in a leafy cone from Bicton Park near Budleigh Salterton

Blackberry time

Blackberries from Blackbury camp, an iron age fort near Honiton