A truely 3D tree. Attached to the background textile picture with the addition of a shelf. Becoming more sculptural with my textile work. This piece is inspired by a special tree on Dartmoor which is at my favorite picnic spot - my grandchildren and I are shaping great memories in its shadow. £80
Created with mulberry bark, beads and fleece.This is a large wallhanging on tab tops so is ideal to hang from a pole. £100
I Love You, Tree
A truely 3D tree. Attached to the background textile picture with the addition of a shelf. Becoming more sculptural with my textile work. This piece is inspired by a special tree on Dartmoor which is at my favorite picnic spot - my grandchildren are shaping great memories in its shadow.£80
Early One Morning
I pass a field each day on my way to work which makes me smile. It is such a beautiful shape and edged with glorious trees - that field sets me up for a day in the office.£55
From the top of the hill
Clumps of trees create a certain atmosphere. They are either inviting or mysterious - whichever, they beg to be explored. £100
When I was 12 I drew a rockpool using pen and ink. That picture still resides in my tatty old portfolio I used silk cocoons and unusal threads torecreate it. £55
Over and Under
This picture is dedicated to my granddaughter and was used in my book "Under the Covers With Caterpillars"
Sunset on the Moor
My work is becoming more abstract - this type of work creates a picture, a frame for a mirror, a cover for a book, or a paperweight.
Inspired by walks in the woods near Meldon when the bluebells are in full bloom
Copse on the hill
Sun Lit Woods
To the Lighthouse
Godrevey Lighthouse, Gwithian, Nr St Ives is a very special place for me - a happy place. This piece is formed with knitting, thousands of beads and the waves from a skirt donated by a friend when I told her it would make a fabulous sea.
I have created several dry stone walls with sheep - the rocks are made from alpaca wool bound with bits of old tights - the colour in the fleece creates a very rock like quality but the fine covering makes them tactile, yet resilient to touch. £50
Memories of Rajesthan
I entered a competition in 2013 and this piece won the "Visitor's Choice". Behind each door there is a photo printed on linen. There is lots of beading and the bouganvillia is made from silk I found in the souk in Marrakesh.
Spring is a time of promise and my sister-in-law, Sue and I have had many walks amongst bluebells together. I love the mistiness the purple blue haze the flowers creates in between the trees
I created this picture whilst on holiday at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. There are layers of voile which partially cover lots of beading. I think the fish is very happy in his environment.
I have started making fabricvases. This rather poor photo, I hope, gives you a feel for these fun ornaments. A glass popped inside can hold real or dried flowers. These can be made to match your upholstery or curtain fabric.