Late in 2016 Alice asked me to come up with a design for a new lampshade for our home. I know this was a tactic she uses to help me to get working on stuff for myself because when I try to do things for myself I find it extremely hard to do anything. I […]
You may remember that I recently posted about designing and printing new boundaries patterns in collaboration with Alice. Well she has taken the four fabrics and created these beautiful purses with her hand made felt and embroidery. They are now available in Alice’s Folksy shop here: folksy.com/shops/raspberry We will be working on more collaborations in the […]
So, recently I decided that I definitely do want to print again. And I need something to print. The only criteria is that it needs to be something I enjoy doing. The openness of that brief makes it very difficult to decide on what I want to print but also another very important aspect has […]
First of all, I have a little explaining to do as to why I’ve been so quiet. I’ve been out of the loop of screen printing for what seems like the past year. Anxiety struck me hard when my first two ranges started to sell and were becoming successful. The success and pressure of needing to deliver […]
I’ve always been very inspired and influenced by trees in the landscape of England, and I’m especially interested in the visual layering I see all around me in rural Hampshire. Lines of trees sit atop fields with hedgerow boundaries, walls and fences. Cover Story was the first range which I printed and was one of the […]
The Farm Yarns cushion and lampshade printing went very well indeed and I’ve now printed a run of lampshades and both cushion designs. These are all available at my Etsy and Folksy stores. Although it’s been a huge amount of work, making up screens, printing and cleaning out screens, I have found the process very […]
These are the first cushions I have printed, and are from the Cover Story range. I created one ‘focal’ cushion design and twelve more abstract cushion designs for the range, selected four of them to print first of which this is the first one – printed in two different colourways. It doesn’t even have a name yet!