Vogue Knitting Live, Pasadena, Los Angeles, May 2016

Images taken by photographer Preston Trauscht of my time at Vogue Knitting Live in Pasadena. I finally got to meet the beautiful Anna and Waejong from Loopy Mango, my kindred spirits in all things big and squishy. I also had fun with the very talented Siedah Garrett who co-wrote "Man in the Mirror" for Michael Jackson. 


Eco Outdoor showroom

Solace No.1: 3m x 7m Wall Hanging arm knitted using felted merino wool in a graduation of natural greys. Hand knitted pendant lights hand dyed in one piece by Shibori Textiles in a graduation of indigo hues, creating an organic, unique and natural aesthetic for each shade . Each piece contains 400 metres of cotton rope. Commercial commission for Eco Outdoor.


Perfect Imperfect Exhibition, Nishi Gallery, Hotel Hotel, Canberra May 2016

Images by Sharyn Cairns, with the exception of the hanging chair. That pic my own effort.


vogue knitting live, january 2016 new york city

Images by Brooke Tredwell for Vogue Knitting Live. Held at the Marriot Hotel, Times Square.


New York Extreme knitting workshop with the school

Images by Brooke Holm for The School. October 2015, New York City, USA.


Extreme Knitting Workshops with the School, Australia 2015

Go to The School for 2016 class dates for DIY Extreme Knitting.


collaboration with Australian fashion designer Celeste Tesoriero 

Knitwear designed by Celeste Tesoriero and made by me using K1S1 Extreme Knitting Yarn in merino white for Celeste's entry into the Australian final of the International Woolmark Prize 2015. Images by Ryan Brabazon and Cara O'Dowd.


new directions 

Throughout 2015, I created a number of new pieces  I am yet to launch on to the world. This animalistic sensory pod is one of them. Made from hundreds of  felted naturally coloured merino wool tassels applied to an up-cycled vintage hanging chair from Finds On Fitzroy in Cowra, Australia the pod is indicative of where the focus of my art practice will be in 2016.


Sea Art Exhibition

Sea Art: an aesthetic convergence was a collaboration with stylist and ceramicist Lara Hutton. Inspired by the intricate forms and soft muted tones of natural sea treasures washed ashore and housed in a series of still life interior installations, Sea Art captured the beauty created when forms, textures and materials converge.

Styling by Lara Hutton - Photography by Sharyn Cairns

Pan and the Dream

Acollaboration with Nathalie Agussol of Pan and the Dream. Photography by Paul Westlake. Make up by Peter Beard. Model - Gem Hanley. Textiles designed and made by me using Little Dandelion yarn.


Texture and I are old friends. I simply adore it.


My work is as much a physical feat of endurance as much as it is a loving creative respite.

Private Commissions

Recent works using a number of different woollen fibres and materials, knits and knots. These pieces are made up from a deceptively large amount of wool and carry a great deal of weight. They are brilliant for absorbing sound and add both texture and comfort to a space.

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