A big congrats to 2013’s talented knitwear class

On a hot & humid night last week we had a lovely farewell meal with this years  talented knitwear students from the BA(hons) course at Winchester School of Art. I made a little congratulations card featuring their three knitting tutors, Lisa Burn-Hunter, Odina Keim, and myself which caused much hilarity amongst the students, so I thought I’d share it with you here… Enjoy! xx



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Shiny & new stockists!

I’m pleased to announce that I have two new & shiny stockists, for my geometric merino cot & pram blankets, which is very exciting!

First up is Archies Boutique, run by the very lovely Sarah Archard. I met Sarah through my weaving friend Holly Berry at MADE LONDON last year. In her own words Archies Boutique is: ‘An online baby boutique, selling a wonderful collection of design-led clothes, toys and accessories for little ones.’ I’m thrilled Sarah wants my blankets as part of her fantastic hand-selected community of designers.

Second up is the equally lovely Luna & Curious an exquisite boutique in the heart of East London, whose Rheanna Lingham I met at Pulse this year. ‘Luna & Curious is owned and run by designers Kaoru Parry, Polly George and Rheanna Lingham.  The trio are passionate about great British design and are proud to support a large number of new designers by showcasing their work at Luna & Curious.’ Again I am honored to have been selected to showcase my work in their beautiful shop, with their fantastic mix of contemporary designers.

The blankets also now have new & beautiful illustrated greetings card to go with each one, drawn by my lovely & talented friend Sarah Dyer. See below for new pictures of my blankets, and the gorgeous cards.

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I hope this will be a roaring success, for both me & the stockists! Good luck little blankets – go & make your own way in the world with lovely new owners! xx


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