Wednesday, 25 May 2011


A couple of garment halves.

12 gg dubied
The garment on the right has been created using wool and the garment on the right has been created using spun silk, which creates an amazing fabric, but requires steam pressing every time it is folded, as it creases very quickly!

I managed to get hold of two amazing models for my full garments........

For the full picture & .......

for close ups.

They were both very patient and stunning...........even without makeup!  Thanks must also go to the photographers Markus and Jo.

Sunday, 15 May 2011

More samples.

A selection of samples.

A closer look ........ the sequins are knitted into the fabric.

A plain half garment front.

Some knitted scarves.

Sample Glimpses.

A peek at my samples through a sample.

The sample I looked through.

The samples.

A closer look at the samples - mainly knitted with monofilament.  The sequins have been transfer printed and knitted into the samples.

Buttons and Ribbons.

I did some transfer printing onto material to cover some buttons and see how they looked with my knitted ones.........

I also need to decide which ribbons to use......... decisions........ decisions!

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Some different flowers.

A simple 5 petal crochet flower.

A mixture of three simple crochet flowers.

3 crochet flowers.

A nice big crochet flower in two colours.

Occassionally I do knit flowers!  Very occassionally....

Saturday, 7 May 2011

A bit of fun.

This was the first quilt I ever made 17 years ago with the guidance of my late Mum.  It was originally intended for a pregnant friend, but after a week of staying up until 1am every morning, cutting out material and stitching it all back together again, I couldn't bear to part with it, so I bought something for her baby instead and kept the quilt! :-)