Each piece is handwoven and handfinished by me in my studio on the small island of Bressay, Shetland. My main material of choice is Shetland wool. All materials are carefully sourced with ethical and environmental consideration. Please see individual item description for more detail.
Some pieces may be marked as Made to Order, for these please allow up to 21 days.
Other examples of my work can be seen on the gallery pages Handwoven and Artwork, if you see anything here that interests you, have any special requests or for commissions please feel free to contact me.
The inspiration behind my first collection is an old crofthouse by the sea on the island of Yell, one of Shetland's north isles. The blue-black of the tar-felt roof, greens of the lichen on the walls, faded red paint on a window frame and the worn stone itself.
Low Light Collection:
Based on the smaller light house building (the Low Light) on the Isle of May, Fife, in the Firth of Forth. Sitting on the hill about the Low Light the movement of the sea seemed to blend and merge with the soft grey-brown stone of the building, and the white and yellow painted beacon. This island is now a nature reserve run by Scottish Natural Heritage but has an interesting history.