I love knitting, I always have, since I first learned when I was a small child. In my designs I try to combine form and function – after all what is the point of something that looks beautiful but doesn’t fit? I mostly design accessories, because I just can’t knit fast enough for anything bigger!
Cute fingerless mitts in traditional Fair Isle patterns.
Ribbed socks with a difference – the gusset is “hidden” in plain sight on the top of the foot.
Simple but stunning Japanese lace.
Turn your knitting world on its head!
Stripes on the toes make these super warm!
An amazing cable that (sshhh, don’t tell) isn’t as hard as it looks!
Garter, lace and short-row shaping make a beautiful crescent shawl.
My new favourite colourwork socks.
Stunning “no purl” cowl.
Christmas is coming! Knit more socks!
Knit faster to beat the yardage chicken!
Slipped stitch colourwork and cables combine with stunning effect.
Traditional Gansey styling, emulating the famous sweaters.
Vanilla pattern with short row heels. But WHY did I let myself get persuaded to call it that?!
Geometrical colourwork pattern, inspired by circuit boards!
Big cables, little cables, twisting around your leg in a spiral.
Just a little bit of lace, not too much.
Clean sharp lines….and just look at that gusset!
Funky colourwork, inspired by Turkish carpets. Options to make it your own.
Got a gradient set you don’t know what to do with? Look no further!
Soft pleats, iCords, squishy winter luxury.
Wow your friends with these socks, they’re much easier than they look.
My “go to” vanilla pattern. If you’ve struggled with fit, this is the one for you.
A simple design, but enough interest to stop you going mad with boredom.