The idea of designing knitting patterns first occurred to me on a trip to Venice, where the architecture and mosaic floors filled me with inspiration. My first ever design was the Doges Palace Cowl, containing elements of lace, cables and colourwork which mimic the architectural features and brickwork of the building. The islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello also provided me with numerous ideas. This page gathers together all my designs based on the Venetian lagoon.
A stranded colourwork cowl inspired by the stones of Venice.
Stranderd colourwork accessories inspired by a mosaic floor on the island of Murano.
Colourwork cowl inspired by a mosaic floor in Torcello, Venice.
An easy to wear sleeveless top featuring mosaic colourwork inspired by romanesque architecture.
Colourwork accessories inspired by a twelfth century mosaic from the island of Murano.
A reversible cowl in baa ram ewe Titus, inspired
by the colourful Venetian island of Burano.
Stranded colourwork mitts with a steeked thumbhole.
A colourful double-knitted cowl inspired by a mosaic pavement from Murano.