Crochet and Knitted Crafts
This is my first mix knitting and perfect punch designed bag
Baby blankets, great for prams as cots
Hats, scarfs and snoods
Colourful light covers for our shoulders
Light and vibrant in colour, great for those light and breezy days
Pets in mind covers for bedding
Made with small pets in mind, inspired by my cat, Iv created a collection of pet blankets to help make the bedding soft and warm
I started with simple projects
Soft designs with vibrant colours, these are a great and inexpensive way to add decor to ones wrist.
A shoulder cover for when chilling at home, curtain ties, tube socks
Hanging decor crochet, mats, mini bags, vibrant gift bag, small flowers, hot plate holder
Glass Memory Keepsakes
Living in London is very interesting, on a day out by the river banks, I came across crockery embedded in the low tied floor, having a plastic bag handy I collected some of the broken pieces and kept them hidden for years. Finding a jar big enough was the first challenge, once I found one, I placed the crockery from history on display and this inspired the rest.
Precious stones with a shell top
Stones from the coast
Odd and old jewelry collections
Mini stone stacking
I love visiting the coats of England, and these items were inspired by those trips, mini stones in a variety of tones and even one with a shell
There was a time when these plastic colour strips were all the rage, after the fad, these colourful lines became very inexpensive and for fun I started creating key rings, in a variety of colours, design, and added mix materials, the mini stone embedded in the design is one of my favorites.
Last summer I started thinking about adding some decor to the outside, I love plants, but I always seem to have trouble keeping my outdoor plants alive throughout the season. My green thumb seems to be limited to indoor plant life.
This inspired me to start creating using recycled items that can withstand the cold of England.
Artificial plants – starting with an old wood plant support, I added some pots (top part, of a cut, drink bottle, to allow draining) and tied with garden wire for support, I added some artificial plants for testing, and it has been a great way to add some green colour to the outside
Chandelier – Starting with an old hanging plant cage, I added some decorative plastic shapes to create this enchanting piece.
I was shown how to knit by my Grandmothers
Lucia and Selma
They were great teachers and inspired me to be creative – I will always be thankful to have had them in my life to inspire me to be creative