I take much of my inspiration from architecture, mosaics and ceramics, which I use to create colourwork designs featuring geometric patterns.
My designs are published on Ravelry where they are available for purchase and download. I also design for specialist yarn producer The Border Mill who publish my patterns in print for sale along with their yarns. I have also had a pattern published in Knitty.com and been featured in Baa Ram Ewe’s Field Notes and my first pattern, Doge’s Palace Cowl, was selected by Knitmastery for their 2017 knit-along.
A reversible cowl in baa ram ewe Titus, inspired
by the colourful Venetian island of Burano.
Colourwork accessories inspired by a twelfth century mosaic from the island of Murano.
Stranded colourwork accessories inspired by Samarkand
Stranderd colourwork accessories inspired by a mosaic floor on the island of Murano.
Colourwork cowl inspired by the ceramics of William De Morgan.
A cosy bobble hat and cowl using soft alpaca yarn.
A colourwork cowl inspired by Wenlock Priory.
Striped accessories inspired by the Duomo of Orvieto
An easy to wear sleeveless top featuring mosaic colourwork inspired by romanesque architecture.
a colourwork scarf inspired by Cosmatesque architecture
Delicate fingerless mitts worked using lateral braids and short rows.
A stranded colourwork hat, with two-colour cables, inspired by the West Sussex coast.
A stranded colourwork hat and cowl inspired by Silk Road architecture.
A stranded colourwork cowl inspired by the stones of Venice.
Colourwork cowl inspired by a mosaic floor in Torcello, Venice.
Stranded colourwork mitts with a steeked thumbhole.
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