Time to Play
Getting excited about Edinburgh Yarn Festival
For those of you that have read my last blog post you my remember that I said that I was heading off to Scotlands Trade Fair at the end of January.
After a lot of hard work and stress I got there and it went fantastically well.
Hello again and many apologies for the long gap between blog posts.
Things have been rather busy at Weft Blown HQ with getting ready for Christmas fairs, being ill, and getting inspired by weather.
Sunsets and Showers – Scarves and Cowls
There’s been a lot of weaving going on and thankfully a lot of restful holiday fun too. The good news is that the Sunsets and Showers Collection is now ready and available to drift off to new homes. As you may remember the inspiration of the collection came from my winter walks along the beach and […]
Sunsets and Showers – Yarn
After gathering all my photographic inspiration of the wintry sunsets and showers of West Kilbride, my next task was to find yarn. This is the fun bit in weaving as it means scouring through shade cards and websites, and then squishing lots of yarns. The choice of yarns is really important to me as I […]
Sunsets and Showers – Inspiration
Even though the warmer Summer weather is trying to reach West Kilbride, my head is firmly stuck in the cold and wet wintry showers and the stunning sunsets from earlier this year as I am designing and weaving my new collection. As you might have gathered if you follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter I […]
New Year News
Happy New Year everyone and welcome to the new look website. The reason for a fresh look is that I wanted to have a clean and fresh start to the New Year, and I wanted the whole look to be more me. Hope you like how its turned out and do let me know if […]
A year ago this weekend I opened up my studio! I can’t believe how fast this year has gone and even better, how well it’s gone! The year started off with throwing everything into the studio and try and get some work made whilst trying to finish my course at Bradford College. I got there […]