Well, here it is in its finished glory - the Wheatfields Sleeveless Pullover. I am really pleased with how it turned out and I think it's a great layering piece for this time of year. I would wear this as I've photographed it over long-sleeved dresses or shirts when you don't need a full-on cardigan… Continue reading Finished object – Wheatfields Pullover
We live in a universe in which stars are being born in clouds of gas whilst others cool and diminish; entire galaxies are spinning, colliding, grouping and re-forming. So it is with our everyday lives - there are things we have just started, others that we are making some kind of progress on or completed,… Continue reading In which progress is made
Last Saturday was my second trip to the Castle Writers' group at Norwich Castle Museum and this time we covered the topic of landscape and how the setting can act like another character within your writing. This is a concept that I will have to work on because logic dictates that the landscape needs people… Continue reading Landscapes, wheatfields
I like to think I go my own way in life; stand apart; never follow the herd; make considered choices. Every so often, though, I'm right there, leaping onto the bandwagon and waving a flag with the rest of the human race. So, deep breath, I am experimenting with turning my phone screen to monochrome… Continue reading Strike up the band!
It has been a funny old week, with me veering wildly between a total lack of inspiration and an outpouring of inspiration that didn't know where to stop. Not the kind of week where I have been able to get things under control; and when I say "things" I mean my head. There is a… Continue reading Inspiration and a Sopwith Camel
Back from my "staycation" holiday and buzzing with ideas which rapidly need to be transformed into goals and achieved. I previously alluded to my desire to earn my living using more of my creativity, and one part of this is my plan to open an Etsy shop selling hand-knitted accessories and baby clothes. Over the… Continue reading Pile of plans