The chestnuts are ripe for roasting, the chill is nipping in the air and - we don’t know about you - but we can definitely hear the distant hum of a ‘ho, ho, ho’ coming from a northward direction… It can mean only one thing: the festive season is officially here!
Personally, I’ve always been a bit obsessed with cushions. (Is anyone else the same? I’m like a moth to a flame with them in any interior shop.) They are such an easy, cheap and brilliant way to give your space a lift by injecting colour and adding some ‘cosy’. So, to coincide with the launch of my new organic cushion covers, I thought I’d write a few quick tips on how to expertly scatter these joyous bundles of squish in your home. Mix and match A range of different sizes, textures, patterns and/or colours can create interest. If you don’t...
Call me semantically inclined, but I believe the often sub-conscious impact of words to be game-changing. I’m hoping my new set of artwork will help to (in its own, very small way) nudge the current cultural attitude of ‘we must look after nature’ to the much more relevant ‘we must reinstate our symbiotic relationship with nature’.
The tea towels I make are useful, made to last, printed and sewn in the UK, and organic. All big tick boxes and keep the carbon footprint right down. However, if truth be told, the idea came to me initially because I’ve always had a big thing for tea towels. A really Big Thing.