My felt lamps are made using merino wool and natural fibres such as silk, cotton and linen in natural shades of white.
Lampshades can be made to be bottom mounted or top hung for a ceiling light.
Small wooden bead bases turn the lampshade into a lamp, all you see is the beads in natural wood colour. These can be made to go with any size of lampshade to make it into a complete lamp, with white flex and a switch on the cable.
Tall lamps are 50cm tall and 15cm diameter. With small wooden bead feet.
Price for the complete lamp £125
Other sizes made to order: 70cm tall, 25cm diameter, 80cm tall, 30cm diameter
Three Small Lamps
These lampshades are 10cm diameter and 29cm tall
The electric fitting for the lamp come with small wooden bead feet.
The designs are opening lily, orchid, left side calla lily.
Lamps shades are £50 each
As a complete lamp £70 each
Large Oval Hydrangea Lampshade
40cm x 30cm oval 30cm tall.
These can be made bottom mounted or top hung, as a lamp with the bead feet or lampshade on it’s own.
Tall Orchid Lamp
Felt Art work
Felt art work is inspired by flowers, water and sunsets
Stained glass lily series
This series of felts are taken from one photogragh of my favourite flower. Exploring the shapes and the sinuous, strong lines that make up this beautiful lily.
The felt is made from bergschaff wool which has a wonderful intensity to the colour. Layers of the wool are built up to produce a thick, strong felt, which I have embroidered giving a quilted texture to the pieces.
Each one can be hung on it's own, or mounted on a black canvas.
Prices Single felt £60
Single felt on canvas £70
Set of 3 unmounted £160
Set of 4 unmounted £210
Stained glass lily series 1 -3
Stained glass lily series 4 - 7
These lily felts are mounted on a black canvas. They can be also purchased unmounted.
All of the knitting patterns on here are my own designs.I love playing with texture to create different fabrics. There are easy patterns and more challenging ones.
I hand dye wool to fit some of the patterns that I have, so that you can buy a kit, complete with needles if you want them. Everything you need to make one of my designs in one cotton project bag.
This is a long rectangle shawl, with the addition of buttons turns into a wearable garment.
This uses my favourite diamond motif and has a nice combination of stocking stitch and lace knitting
Knit in Exquisite yarn from West Yorkshire Spinners, the lace yarn is 20% silk, has a lovely sheen and feels cosy with the wool content.
Helter Skelter Dress
This is a fitted dress knit in the round from the top down. It is written as a one size pattern with instructions for customizing it to fit your shape. The yarn used is Woolyknit Aran available in lots of lovely solid colours to make a statement.
Ripple Tide Shawl
The ripple tide shawl has is an interesting shape, with the edge having fan/wave shapes free on the edging .
The ripple tide scarf uses the same stitch pattern, but with the edge fan shapes attached .
These patterns are available as kits, using 100g of a natural coloured 4 ply wool, and 100g yarn bundle which comprises of 4 x 25g of hand dyed wool in gradient shades.
Silverdale Sands Shawl
This shawl is inspired by the sands of Morecambe Bay.
An assymetrical triangle, using my hand dyed yarn bundle in 4ply.
Available as a kit in any hand dyed colour with a hand printed cotton bag.
This cowl uses Yealand Manor Yarn Aran, knit on large needles, a quick taster project with lace knitting
Ripple Tide Scarf
This uses the same stitch pattern as the ripple tide shawl, but is a longer thinner scarf with the edge wavy shapes as part of the scarf, not separate as the shawl is.
The cowl uses a 100g bundel of mini skeins that I dye, 4 colours of 25g knit in stripes using knit rows and purl rows in different orders to create a variety of textures.
This cowl is knit as one long piece then stitched together at the end.
Dalgali Scarf has a lovely springy texture, and an assymetrical triangle making it a nice shape to make.
This is an easy pattern. If you can knit and purl, you can make this.
It takes 200g of chunky wool, this pictured is marble chunky. I also have a chunky wool, Yealand Manor Yarn that I hand dye to make this design.
These fingerless gloves are easier to knit than they look. Using straight needles, Stocking stitch and reverse stocking stitch, it is the stitching it together at the end that creates the magic.
The spiral hat is a great companion to the spiral gloves, nice and cosy to wear as it hugs your ears nicely
This shawl is knitted in a diamond shape, staring from one point, with the longest width at half way, then decreasing back to the other point. the pattern is written so that using any yarn, weighing it at certain stages, will ensure that you have enough for the finish.
This is a triangle shaped shawl, the sample is knit in a cotton and silk mix to give it a nice drape.
The pattern is a simple knit with a drop stitch detail
This is a diamond shaped shawl, the sample is knit in a cotton and silk mix to give it a nice drape.
It is a sample knit with a drop stitch detail
These felt leaves are full of the wonderful colours of autumn.
Made from merino wool and embroidered in colours to compliment.
Leaves can be avaliable singularly, as a brooch, as a decorative garland
Felt leaf Garland
The leaves are stitched onto a cord, made to any length as decorations, lovely at any time of year.
£50 per meter, approx 23 leaves
Most of the wool here is designed for the knitting patterns that I design.
Hand Dyed 4ply mini skeins
Set of 4 mini skeins
There are 4 x 25g skeins of the same colour, different shades. Patterns that use these mini skeins are Sliverdale Sands Shawl,
Ripple Tide Shawl, and Scarf, and the Stripey cowl
British 4 ply wool in natural colours. Available in 25g skiens and 100g skiens
light grey marl
Wooly knit Aran
This aran from wooly knit is British wool dyed to solid colours